Sony Ericsson Yari, games on the move
Complementing the two launches made yesterday by Sony Ericsson, the "Aino": https: //www.xataka.com/default/sony-ericsson-aino-con-conexion-con-playstation-3 and the "Satio": https: //www.xataka.com/default/sony-ericsson-satio, comes the simplest of the three, the Sony Ericsson Yari, which maintains, despite that, good specifications.
If the previous ones stood out for the camera and for the integration with Playstation 3, respectively, this model does it for the integration of gestures to control the games, in true Wii style. Despite what the manufacturer says, it is not the first terminal to incorporate this system, since they themselves offer the "F305": https: //www.xataka.com/moviles/sony-ericsson-f305 with similar sensors.
With the accelerometers included in the Sony Ericsson Yari We can perform gestures and turns to control the various games that are included with it. It also has a couple of additional buttons to have better control over these games and, of course, SensMe technology with which to control music playback through gestures.
The photographic section has also been taken care of on this phone, with a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, face detection, smile detection and geolocation, thanks to the included GPS receiver. Music playback is also one of its interesting features, with support for Bluetooth A2DP, stereo speakers and access to PlayNow.
He Sony Ericsson Yari it's a type phone slider with a 2.4-inch screen and a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. It offers 3G connectivity compatible with HSUPA and autonomy of up to 10 hours in conversation and up to 450 hours in standby. It will go on sale later this year in black and white and will come with a 1GB memory card.
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