Pantech might not be too big outside its home market of South Korea, but they have moved more than 10 million handsets worldwide last year under the Sky brand, and their latest creation, the Sky Wind, boasts blow-controls. What does this mean for the end user? The handset will run on the Emotion Engine (not the PS2 version) developed by Fantalog Interactive which operates via software without the need for hardware modification as long as a microphone and camera is in place. Blow controls include the ability to switch wallpapers, adjusting the brightness and even snapping a photo. Sounds more like a novelty than anything else, as with the case of brightness controls is better performed with buttons for a more precise setting in our opinion. The Pantech Sky Wind will be out this February at a yet undisclosed price, and we don’t think the blow-controls will make it a must-have item.
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