They copied the design from the nokia prism, and the menu slyle from the lg viewty gallery! But it still attracks me for some reason, arhhh.
im not being Biast here you know i own both Nokia and SE Phones!
Try putting W960i and N95 8GB toghether
N95 8GB is twice as Thick!!
try putting W810i and 6233 toghether
6233 is twice as Fat
W850i and 6288
6288 is twice as Fat
K800i/K810i and N73
N73 is twice as Fat
the only slim phones Nokia have made are the ones you mentioned but they dont have as many as SE's Slim Phones such as W880i,W890i,K810i
Im Sure this X1 will as thin as the Current W960i
the Japenese know how to make Technology chips Small
a Pure Example is the W880i so much technology crammed into a Thin Casing!
Nokia could not do that
"NOKIA are ugly bulky looking designs!!! SO big!!! and heavy when you put them in you pockets!!! and SE are much better bec. they are slim looking phone that can be put in the pockets and it is mot heavy to bring and this is what NEW generation means for the Sony Ericsson for new technology in design and features not like NOKIA their design are all the same and is too big and heavy when you put them in your pockets!!! NOKIA SUCKS!!! and won't except their defeat so their posting here to ruin Sony Ericsson which will never happen!!!"
Like what Tsepz said, X1 is even bigger than any N-series. LOL!
Nokia makes big and heavy phones? (???) WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT??
If you think 2630, 6120 classic, 6300 or 5310 are big and heavy, something is really wrong with you.
PS: GSMArena, please stop deleting my comments. Be more considerate to non-spammers. Thanks
htc advantage x7510
Dimensions 133 x 98 x 16 mm
Weight 375 g
sina said that this is not big.. must be blind.. 133mm tall and 98mm wide?! crazy~~
the battery no good at all.maybe nokia company should be use better battery to replace the BL-5F.if one hp just can use not more than 1days then how come if we wanna make call when urgent??haiz..design is cool but unfortunately the battery is makes us dissapointed.
How r u????
I had read ur opinion about xperia x1.
I want more knowledge about x1..as I m using p1i..
So plz tel me this phone is better then sony p1i…or not..
Wat r the best features of x1..
Plz reply as soon as possible..
My mail id is
waiting for ur reply
Call me crazy but I'm having this feeling that this phone will most likely deliver on the innovative device its being hyped up to be. No phone ever delivers on the hype and promises. Not even iPhone, the N Series, nor the HTC devices. It all comes to personal style. Alot of you are saying that this phone is gonna rule, its going to change the mobile world. I can say that thats definitely unlikely. Considering all phones have let downs, wether it be the fact that this thing cab only display 65k, or the 3MP camera, and some even complain that its running windows mobile, has no GPS. I remember purchasing the N95, that device was sluggish, horrid battery life, and honestly it felt cheap. The only great things about it were the 5MP camera, multimedia capabilities. But that battery made it all a mess for me. I then tried the Apple iPhone. It has not let me down, it too has its short-
comings. Like no GPS, no 3G, no MMS, and only a 2MP camera. But it has outstanding multimedia features, the camera isn't really all that bad, it has Wi-Fi, which is becoming widely available. There are approximately 13 Hotspot between my home and job, and there only 0.2 miles away, and thats just the hotspots that my phone picked up. Edge isn't painfully slow, I can browse websites at fair speeds, this site loads on edge in less than 10 seconds, on 2 or 3 bars of coverage. So my point is that it all comes down to preference, all of my other phones had MMS, but I never used it because it was cumbersome and only worked half the time. The web browsing experience on the iPhone is also unmatched in my opinion. Now the XPERIA has tremendous potential, but to say that it will revolutionize mobile phones is absurd. Plus the phone hasn't even come out yet so there's no need to call it that wonder that everyones been waiting for.
I saw some pics in google of this great phone and i think it has a front camera. Its near the heaphone. Google it and see if you can find it bro
I overclocked i-mate Jam to 1GHz.
Jam support it, but you will lose battery charge so fast.
But Jam runs so fast.
Also I overcocked 32 bit to 64 bit.
But Jam doesn't support it, only 53bit.
good phone and the design is slim and not that fat like NOKIA phone and you can put them in your pockets which it is not that heavy like NOKIA N-Series phone
STUPID this phone is not yet out so don't invent words which you don't have knowledge at all about this phone and for information this phone is great and see it for yourself when this phone releases at the market places bec. I have been working at SOny Ericsson here in Canada and this phone is already out!!!
Can someone confirm the dimensions of the phone. Its confusing. SE official website has 110.0 x 17.0 x 53.0 mm, however gsmarena has 110 x 53 x 16.7 mm.
can someone confirm.
Manufacturers use the same chipsets to different degree\'s.Nokia\'s N81 would be capable of VGA video recording but Nokia left this feature out and concentrated on audio.HTC decided the TyTN II was to be an enterprise devise so left out the goodies such as VGA screen,tv out ,VGA video recording etc.The Xperia X1 is so appealing because it has all of the TyTN II plus a great screen,video recording,audio etc.
Steve HTC didn't even bother to use 3D acceleration in the Kaiser.The reason was obvious....because they want to sell a new generation of handsets that are more multimedia capable .It sure as hell wasn't because they couldn't!
mCWF, blink your eyelids: the future is already here! If the Qualcomm processor had been powerful enough HTC would have implemented it in the TyTN II. Afterall we had already seen the original TyTN which housed a QVGA screen. If the Qualcomm was that good there was no reason not to implement VGA res in TyTN II. Do you know that WM has had the capability to support high res screens since 2003? The truth is that HTC have reservations about the Qualcomm. They have yet to announce an HTC branded device which users the Qualcomm to power a high res screen. The proof of the pudding is in the eating. Let up hope this pudding doesn't turn our stomachs!