The gestures may acts as a shortcut keys, you can flip the phone over to shut up an incoming call, snooze the alarm clock, or put the music on pause. You can shake it twice to launch a favorite application, and you can flick the phone right or left to browse through your media library. You can also monitor your fitness plan with its built in pedometer and trainer app for daily recordings.
If you prefer what some iPhone games alike with the use of accelerometer, W7 is loaded with some titles where you can use it to shake, jump or dance.
In addition, the phone is also well-equipped by features like MP3 player, FM radio, stereo Bluetooth, an optional 8GB of external memory, 3G speeds, a 2-megapixel camera, a second VGA camera for video calls.
There’s no word on its availability and price for U.S. consumers but its will be seen for sure in two colors (Licorice and Alpine White) for Asia and Latin America expected for second quarter release.
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