A new mobile handset that can be operated by a dog will go on sale in the UK.

The Sling S4 is the brainchild of the UK-based Sling, the company behind the Echo, the Sling Mini and the Echo Dot.

The new Sling handset, which costs £400 (around £380 at the time of writing) is powered by a 2.5GHz quad-core processor and has two microphones.

The phone can record video, make calls and read text, and will also support other digital assistants.

“We’re offering a handset that’s more powerful and more flexible than any other smartphone currently on the market. “

“It’s also more versatile, making it easier to adapt to different needs for both dogs and people.””

The Sling device is built for the average dog and will be the first to meet the demands of many of the people who will use our new S4.” “

It’s also more versatile, making it easier to adapt to different needs for both dogs and people.”

The Sling device is built for the average dog and will be the first to meet the demands of many of the people who will use our new S4.

“There will also be two Sling apps: the Sled App and Sled Companion.

The Companion will be a virtual assistant that can offer dog-related questions, and the Sledge App will be an app that can give advice on how to get around your home.

Sled’s founder, David Rundle, said that the Slings device was “designed to be flexible and to adapt”.

He added: “We know that dogs are the most used pets in the world.”

With the ability to be remotely controlled and the ability for people to do the same, the world is changing for dogs and the world’s pets.”

It’s not just about technology, but about the way we interact with each other.

“People need to have an understanding of what they’re doing, and I think that’s why this is so exciting.”

We’ve been thinking about how we could make it easy for people who have limited physical space to make their home more livable, and we’ve taken the advice of animal welfare experts to create the Sleeve App to provide that.

“That’s why it’s a great opportunity for people of all ages to get involved in the development of our new product.”

Sling is planning to open up the Slandrier app to the public in January, and has already received some positive feedback.

One user said: The Slandriers app is an excellent way to interact with our family, and it will be great for a dog to use it for their own purposes.

“I was really pleased to see a lot of people saying that it was helpful for them, because it was just so much easier for them to find out what’s going on in the house.”

“It was a little bit difficult at first, but now it’s just a matter of having more space.”

A spokesperson for Sling added: The technology is already in place to make it easier for people with limited space to communicate with their family, or to make calls.

“Sling has been working with animal welfare organisations around the world to understand how we can use this technology to help animals and make our lives easier, and they are extremely excited by the potential of the Slander App.”

The Slander app has been downloaded more than 12 million times in the last three months, and is available to download on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.

A version for the iPad has also been developed.