Then there’s Bluetooth-based instant messaging and multiplayer games. And it’s the first handset to feature a motion control sensor which is capable of measuring handset posture in all directions in 3D. And on top of that there’s a Face Recognition feature for enhanced security and privacy protection – it automatically activates when the phone is opened and can authenticates the user in under a second.
It’s only available in Japan, of course.
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