Can some1 post how much of sms space does the X-1 hold..b4 i jump into buying this cell
Some great apps...
I downloaded Pocket player, its a great media player that is finger friendly and has an equalizer. You don't have to switch to other panel as well (faster). You'll see the great sound reproduction of x1 through this.
Image Viewer, an image viewer as it suggests, that lets you browse pics just like on iPhone. WinMo is just so great, there are plenty of programs available, several are even for free. Its just a web search away.
@4vsH - thank you for your reply. Yes, it's not really a big deal since it is fast to switch from the default to your cutomized. However, I forgot to mention as well that is it normal that a little gap (you can see the QWERTY keyboard) between the screen and the main body when closed?
this is the coolest phone ever! hahaha! which one should i get? the silver or the black one? help me out on this one. thanks peeps! :-)
http://www.plemix.com.au very trusted website. I bought some phone and camera from them. X1 now is under $900 Australian Dollar
Hey about the setting time zone.. i had exactly same case as u, it always show the 1st time zone (New York) then about 1 second later it changes to ur customize time zone (lets say mine is Los Angeles). But i think its not big of the deal
At last I've got my XPERIA X1 (black) only yesterday. So far, I have one issue on any of the XPanel. The first time you turn-on your unit, the clock is default to New York and you need to customize it where you live. After I customized, it's ok. But everytime you re-opened or re-launch the clock to be on your standby screen, it will show you first the default clock (i.e. New York) for a second (perhaps) before it will show you the ones you have cutomized it, say Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) maybe a second again. Is this always the case?
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Xperia with Voice Command and Tomtom version 7 video
best xperia application;micrsoft Voice Command transforms your Smartphone into your own virtual personal assistant, letting you use your voice to look up contacts, make phone calls, get calendar information, play and control your music, as well as start programs. Voice Command makes it easier and more convenient than ever to take your digital lifestyle with you wherever you go.
Because Voice Command has state-of-the-art speech technology, you will never have to prerecord important phone numbers or use difficult commands to access the information that you need. Simply select one of the many commands that is most natural to you and let Voice Command do the rest. You can even ask, "What can I say?" at any time to help find an appropriate command. After you successfully install Voice Command on your Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 powered device, register your product so that you can get the most from the Voice Command program, future releases, and exciting offers for upgrades and accessories.
This is the Smartphone version of the Voice Command product
Voice Command's Bluetooth functionality does not work on all devices. For a list of unsupported devices, visit the Voice Command Website
Voice Command must be installed to main memory for correct Bluetooth operation
You must soft reset your device after installation before Voice Command Bluetooth functionality will work properly
Digit dialing rules are designed for the United States
Voice Command Benefits
Speaker independent: no voice training required
New! Bluetooth hands free control: Bluetooth hands free control enhances your hands free eyes free experience and adds privacy to your spoken notifications. Now you can initiate a Voice Command interaction using a Bluetooth headset and some Hands free car kits*. You can also receive spoken notifications in a whisper mode through the Bluetooth headset keeping you privately up to date
New! Spoken Email notifications: You can now configure Voice Command to speak the subject and sender of incoming email messages and the content of SMS messages as they arrive
Spoken Caller ID: Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone users can take full advantage of incoming caller ID without ever looking down at the screen. Incoming call information is announced as calls are received. Users who think they may have missed a call can simply ask, "What calls did I miss?" and Voice Command will recite the time and phone number of missed calls
Voice-controlled utilities: Users can start any program in the Start menu or programs folder, such as Inbox, Calculator or Solitaire. They can get signal strength, battery level, time and date by voice. Voice Command will even alert users when the battery is getting low to ensure strong battery life on the go
Voice-controlled hands-free phone: Whether in the car, at the airport or walking down the street, people will enjoy true hands-free eyes-free phone conversations without ever having to look at the device to manually dial a number. You can simply say any name from your contact list with the appropriate command. Voice Command will even announce incoming calls
Voice-controlled media player: Voice Command turns your Windows Mobile 5.0 device into a super cool personal DJ that lets you play your favorite music by artist, album or genre using voice instead of having to search through a long list
Voice-controlled calendar lookup: Regardless of your location, you can simply ask your device about the next appointment or for your calendar for the day, and the time, subject and location of each entry will be read aloud or privately through the Bluetooth headset
Voice-controlled hands-free phone
Use a Bluetooth headset for a better hands free experience and for enhanced privacy
Place phone calls to people who are in your address book by using your voice ("Call Jeff Smith")
Dial your phone by voice using the phone number ("Dial 425 555 0137")
Callback and Redial the last caller
Incoming and missed calls are announced by name or number with a single command.
Voice-controlled contact lookup
Voice-Controlled Calendar Lookup:
View your calendar with a single voice command
Have the subject, time, and location of upcoming appointments read to you
Appointment reminders will read the details of your appointment aloud so you do not have to look at your screen to find out what is coming up
Voice-Controlled Media Player:
Use your voice to select the music you want from your collection by album, artist, or genre
Choose to control your music with your voice or use the large button interface just like radio buttons on your car stereo (portrait display size 320x240)
If you are listening to new or unfamiliar music you can ask "What song is this?" and the name of the song and artist will be read to you
Start any program in the Start menu or programs folder, such as Inbox, Calculator or Solitaire
Check signal strength, battery level, time, and day by voice
Low battery level alert by voice
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breaking news:No clue why Sony didn't unleash this pretty boy with its litany of items yesterday, but maybe it just saw fit to give it some special attention. Thanks to the all-admitting FCC, we already had a good idea that this was coming, but now that it's finally here, we're still pretty jazzed. Set to rival Panny's Lumix DMC-TZ50, the DLNA-certified Cyber-shot DSC-G3 is the planet's first WiFi camera with a built-in web browser, enabling users to upload images and video directly to popular sharing sites wherever a WiFi connection is available. Of note, the camera comes with complimentary access to Sony's Easy Upload Home Page via AT&T WiFi, which provides easy entrance into Shutterfly, Picasa, YouTube, Photobucket and Dailymotion. Other specs include a 10 megapixel sensor, 4x optical zoom and Face Detection. It's yours to grab right now for around $500.
more info,and photos;
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 smartphone works pretty well right out of the box, but since Windows Mobile works better when tweaked and the X1 isn't perfect in its factory condition, I've put together a list of 15 tips to help users get the most out of their devices as quickly and easily as possible.
Whether it's a software/utility recommendation, a little trick, or a simple tweak that doesn't require a registry editor, all of the following tips are sure to enhance and improve the Xperia X1's user experience.
These tips can be used in any order and combination, so feel free to pick and choose.
Click on a tip below for more information.
Download more panels.
Create your own panels.
Map soft keys.
Use VistaHide Battery Gauge.
Patch Skype with audio output fix.
Switch to VGA resolution as needed.
Unlock 802.11g wireless standard.
Keep tabs on data usage with Spb Wireless Monitor.
Get YouTube app (and panel).
Enable optical joystick.
Make touchscreen vibrate.
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.
Download more panels.
Since one of the highlights of the X1 is its panel interface, it only logical to make the most of it. Some have commented that the panels are too gimmicky to be useful; while there is certainly an element of novelty involved, the panels have the potential to be powerful because of their ability to make so much information accessible so quickly.
If you wanted music + an MP3 player whats wrong with an iPhone?
That and web browsing are the best features of it, amoungst other things.
Apple made the iPod after all...
i had an xperia n its Crap with a capital C it drops calls wifi dont work n the build quality is total crap u see 1000 of ppl on the internet complaning of cracks n that plus windows is realy crap if u want a gud touch fone then defintely get a 5800 or wait for n97 both r 10x betta than xperia n every1 know symbian is the best os for fonez