Xperia X1 can take advantage of push email. You can receive emails on a regular basis whilst out and about just like a Blackberry would.
http://xperia.handster.com/software.php?id=2968&for=Xperia If you don't wish to support the developers http://ppcwarez.org
Sony Xperia is here ruling the markets.The hardware is simply top notch. Its a decent weight, not too heavy, and feels remarkably thin for all the power theyve got under the hood. Sony Ericsson also made a good decision by making this phone not feel too wide. Overall this phone has one of the best hardware and is one of the best Windows Mobile devices.
A fun feature of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is the navigation cross, with a central button that doubles as a touchpad. Its not entirely to our liking since a mouse pointer is nowhere to be found on-screen, a feature better implemented in, for instance, the Samsung I780 earlier this year.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA is a beautiful and powerful device. The fact that its made by HTC, means youll have a dedicated team of developers over at XDA-developers.com to come up with a lot of goodies and cooked ROM for this device that would further enhance its features. For those whore torn between buying the Xperia or the HTC Touch Pro, I would suggest that if youre going for the complete package, Id vote in favor of the Xperia
Paul (birmingham), 12 Feb 2009This is a good function packed phone. But does anyone know why the blu tooth does not work pro... moreyes there is a soultution. go to this website and download "the fix"
p.s. SE RULE
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2009can anyone tell me where i can get a good AIM client for the x1There are many messenger clients for Winmo, supporting not just AIM, but other IM services too like Yahoo, MSN, GoogleTalk, etc.
I use Beejive, eBuddy and Fring. All are free. Also available are paid ones like IM+ and Agile Messenger.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2009Can this phone receive e-mails via a blackberry server?You already have some replies on your post regarding email via blackberry server on the X1.
I have personally not had a Blackberry before and have not tried getting my emails pushed to my previous device (SE P1i). But thought of trying it on my X1.
There are two ways. One is using Windows Live and a hotmail email account. Tried that and it works. And it's free. Check this:
If you want to get any of your other email account pushed, u'd need a server to do that (eg Seven). And this kinda service is not usually free. But I have found one which works and I think it's free for now. It's called Emansio. Configured that with my gmail and it works great. Check this video:
Although I personally think push email is a little overrated 'coz one can easily have their email client poll for new email every 5 mins, but still it's cool to receive an email on yr mobile within seconds of it being sent, much like an sms.
Hope this helps.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970No you didn't, and your hiding behind a proxy server.Con Con Con
This is a good function packed phone. But does anyone know why the blu tooth does not work properly. Sony Ericsson admit a problem exists but no solution so far does any one out there know any better?
HS, 12 Feb 2009I red somewhere that the xperia can take up to 32gb micro SDHC cardsHS, I think, in principle, you can use a microSD card upto 32gb, that's because it'll still be SDHC (as per Wikipedia).
But as of today, can you buy a 32gb microSD?
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2009Can this phone receive e-mails via a blackberry server?is it a BlackBerry?
But you can receive mail on this phone. I have the Xperia myself, and I use it all the time!
I wanted to ask abt the option where you feed the message center number as i cannot send msgs please telll as iam in great need
ahmed, 12 Feb 2009can anyone tell me plz up to how many GB can x1 have a memory card??Up to 16 gb in micro SD
Lynettte, 12 Feb 2009HI everyone i just love Sony Ericsson x1 experia, only problem is that it has a 3.2 mp camera.... moreHi Lynette,
I had posted a message yesterday about this same thing. But I'll do that here again, for your convenience. So here goes...
Yes, I do agree that there is a difference in the numbers - 3.2mp on the X1 compared to 5mp or even 8mp on some phones today. But can you answer a few questions:
1. Do you print your pictures in A2 or A3?
2. Do you makes extreme crops from your pictures?
3. Are you happy with the other aspects of the X1's camera, I mean besides the megapixel rating?
I'm waiting to hear from you.