Sony Ericsson Bring Motion to Mobile Phones

Sony_Ericesson_F305_Front.jpgIf Bluetooth headsets that make it appear like you’re talking to yourself don’t garner enough odd looks from strangers, then consider the upcoming F305 handset from Sony Ericsson.

The handset maker’s first dedicated gaming phone, the F305 includes motion-detection technology that will have you swinging your phone arm in an attempt to bowl a strike or hook a bass – and earning some interesting looks if you’re in a public place.

Pocket-lint reports that the phone, due out in Q3, comes preloaded with three motion games: Bowling, Bass Fishing and Jockey. Gameloft has developed several other motion games, and PlayNow has 50 2D and 3D games available for download for the F305 as well.

In addition to the motion technology, the slider phone also boasts dedicated gaming keys, a two-inch screen, a two-megapixel camera, Bluetooth support, an FM radio, a media player and stereo speakers.