Anonymous, 23 Jan 2009Yes, you are not a business man :9
The phone is already out for a while , but you say you h... moreThanx man, i apreciate your comment...im taking very seriously every comment that i have read, is that already read the x1 review and few specs about the phone are the ones im still thinking...i love the design and for me is the perfect phone, just that the people that put their comments here, have their argument, and i want to know it...i will take your advise of buying the xperia a lil bit later...im also wondering how is gonna be the change between s60 and winmo, that im using a n95 now..so i wonder it must be a 360 degree change...
Symbian 3rd party apps are a complete joke. Symbians are phones, WM devices are handheld computers
That's true. WinMo is a pleb killer! The whole OS is pretty open, very flexible indeed. With Symbian phones your stuck with what you've got with no opportunity to fix the faults in the firmware.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2009Guys, I need your help...im not a business man, but i love technology, i have been waiting xpe... moreYes, you are not a business man :9
The phone is already out for a while , but you say you have been waiting long. :)
And you still want to wait another 2 months?
Please get it, but not in march I suggest July.
By that time it will be totally outdated.
Are you hesitant? Why?
There are about 10000 messages here - not enough for you?
Thousands say X1 is the best ever and never be better and thousands say X1 is buggy, unreliable and slow.
So your request to have a few more post really makes sense.
Get a Windows Mobile device if you are computer literate otherwise choose a simpler mobile. If your not into advanced computing WM will probably baffle you and you'll never get the best out of the OS.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2009Guys, I need your help...im not a business man, but i love technology, i have been waiting xpe... more buy xperia you wont regret i had xperia,and everything is fine,dont listen of the stu-pid nokia fanboy
xperia or htc touch pro
i really really need to know!! does xperia also have a 64 bit 3d card installed
nd wat about the built of both!! which can withstand more!!
Guys, I need your help...im not a business man, but i love technology, i have been waiting xperia for a long time, for me seems to be a nice and excelent phone but some comments make me think twice about it. im gonna get it in march but im still wondering wich one i may buy, xperia or touch pro...could someone help me?? Thanks.
Cheers from Costa Rica!
Hi Direwolf, nice to know that I could be of some help.
Hi U, glad you decided on getting an X1. It's probably not the "perfect" phone, it's surely one of the best out there today. I'm sure u'll be very happy with it.
I'm a Mac person (switched about a year back, and very happy I did). So the iPhone would have been the natural choice for me. If only it had a proper keyboard! Maybe in a few years time Apple might decide to introduce an iPhone-Keys :-)
Anyway, there is something that I experienced today, and I thought I'll share with you all.
Everyone is aware that mobiles phones today are complex gadgets (unlike the Nokia 8210 that I had about 8 years ago). And these phones can crash (that was the reason I was asking people how to backup the whole phone with ActiveSync). And it's not only the Winmo ones… My K800i crashed once but I could recover the phone at least with the XS++ software. My previous phone - P1i - with Symbian UIQ3 crashed a couple of times, I kept taking regular backups using the SE SmartPhone Suite and restored it whenever the phone crashed or I did a firmware upgrade. So all was fine.
But for the X1, as many people found, ActiveSync 4.5 does not give an option to backup/restore like the previous versions of A/S used to. So I too was looking around for options. Found that A/S 4.5 does support backup/restore but for devices before Winmo5. Apparently all devices with Winmo5 and 6 have non-volatile memory for storing apps/contacts/etc. So Microsoft thought that this backup/restore was not required anymore for these ones. If we plug in a device with an older Windows Mobile/PocketPC version, that option should still be there.
Anyway, this morning I took out my X1's battery to check this "production week" that supposedly has something to do with the X1's case cracking around the stylus. But when I tried to boot my phone after that, it would just get the date&time line on Today screen and hang there. Nothing would work after that. No touchscreen, no buttons, not even the power button. Removed and reinserted the battery and booted the phone a few more times. But still the same.
Then started reading some forums, and somewhere someone suggested that it would reboot fine if the microSD card was removed (and that the card could be reinserted later). Tried that and it worked. And luckily all programs and data were intact. So that's the tip for anyone in a similar unfortunate situation.
I then thought it would be a good idea to keep a backup of the device just in case something went wrong. Found a page on Microsoft website talking about the ActiveSync issue, and also mentioned SPB Backup. On Handango, which I use, there are loads of reviews for this product, and mostly all 5-stars. So immediately got that, and installed. And backed up my phone. It's a decent software I thought, with some pretty good features. And it could prove to be a lifesaver some day (especially knowing smartphones can be a little unreliable sometimes).
Hope this post helps some of you X1 owners.
Win Mo is not complicated!
WinMo 6.1 and 6.5 just unreliable, buggy!
But for some reason the X1 is just even much worst than other WinMo phones.
Customers complain much less and if you take the time you can also experience the difference - X1 has some sort of design fault - I guess that is the reason for the long delay!
i just wanna ask how many masseges can i put in the inbox,and is it unlimited?
Been using this for more than 2 months. Good phone although it's beginning to get less competitive by the day.
Ray UK, 23 Jan 2009I'm dont quite understand why the network should charge you extra for having a smartphone. Sou... moreI don't understand it either. A personal PDA and Blackberry plan is $30.But anyway thanks for your reply and input, it was helpful. Take Care!
Ray UK, 22 Jan 2009Oh sorry mate, I forgot to reply to that question of yours - whether the X1 is thumb optimised... moreHi Ray, thanks for the feedbacks. They were very helpful and honest. And i finally decided 2 go for x1.
its a super phone and a MUST buy for buisness people.. there are no problems at all.. perfect to replace any other buisness phone u already have..
i recommend it to anyone who wants buisness phone. windows mobile is not difficult to use..it ROX
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2009Reception problems:
we suppose to hack ? :)))
SE X1released for 1100 USD and we should hac... moreone more who has issues with windows, too comliccate3d for you i gues.
And also abaut cracks, all who had them(i use past cause new models dn0t have that error) can change tham for new ones, just take it to servis...
Shame Sony didn0t release two versions, one with windows mobile for users like me, and anpother with symbian or vustom os for users, that want it simple, though at the down of functionality.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2009the X1 made by HTC. Some of the SE phones made by HTC and Sagem. Check out Sagem! :)))) ... moreIm dont care x1 made by htc,the important is im happy with my x1 of the great user interface,multimedia,windows 6.1,panel,wifi, and wvga resolution
the X1 made by HTC.
Some of the SE phones made by HTC and Sagem.
Check out Sagem! :))))
They have announced about 14 phones in February 2008 :)
from them 12 still ´coming soon´
˝The next Sony Ericsson XPERIA won’t be made by HTC˝
I wonder who will get the contract?
That is gonna be another smat move from SE :)))
Probably, by 2011 Sagem will be ready to manufacture a phone with greater than 2˝screen (or 2.4 :).
direwolf_65, 23 Jan 2009I posted earlier, don't know why it did not show.
But Ray UK is right, it is all considered ... moreI'm dont quite understand why the network should charge you extra for having a smartphone. Sounds bizzare really. Unless of course if you are getting additional services from them like BlackBerry Connect. Still I feel $30/month is a bit steep for that. Over here I think it's £10/month for the BlackBerry package, and that itself includes unlimited data (so effectively about £3/month over the regular unlimited-data package). But people, dont quote me on this 'coz I've never had BlackBerry Connect; just had a regular data package always.
In answer to yr question, I dont think the network would know if you start using a smartphone that you get by yourself (and frankly they shouldn't care).