Can anyone tell me as this phone is equipped with inbuilt GPS receiver, at the time when the GPS receiver is in use and its giving us the current location, the data it will download or provide is Chargeable? Will there be any charge to use the GPS function ? Do we need to pay our mobile carier?
Xperia is released on 29th, it works with T-MOBILE and AT&T ( GSM) but its very limited in stores right now, the price range from $899-$1100.00 USD. But they only have Germany version, just wait for few days for US VERSION. I am still waiting for my order to come in.
UCHE, 30 Oct 2008why is the memory size not even upto 1GB?other than that nice one According to the Voda magazine, they state that the X1 it will be coming with a 8G sd card
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970£45 p/m for 18 months 1200 mins 500 sms + unlimited data +£50 for the phone
waiting for GSMarena's Review .. that's gonna help loads in makin final decision, chao!!
optional, 30 Oct 2008its a stupid question but: it can record at vga@30fps, but can i reduce resolution to qvga and... moreyou can change the resolution in the options and i`m sure there is a QVGA option at the same frame rate
so don`t worry about that!
Good buy to my iPod nano (1G) as this will do the job for everything, I am also looking to get a pair of Sony Ericsson MBS-400 which will rock my very own tiny juke box :-')
SE 65k so wat??they wn2 improve da battery life they don wn2 spoil it like nokia wth 16mil colours&u get half day of battery life!!!!!
But why only 65K display ?
Isn't it quite low for display like that ?
How does the pictures show on that ? Nor the internet ?
were is the reviwe??
please GSMarena make it as detailed as possible
and don't forget what you promised (X1 vs. touch pro)
best wishes to all
just to good for life because any time windows office is used,its like a very mini laptop,thats great.i give it 9.5/10
If you planning to buy Xperia x1 wait 2 more week the price will around $700US in SG . here is the site in Singapore Sony http://techielobang.com/blog/2008/10/30/sony-xperia-x1-pre-order-in-singapore/
Xperia x1 panel very slow
The major failing of the phone I used though was the speed of the X-Panels. Once within a panel everything worked fine, but opening and moving the panels was painfully slow. I can live with this though, as beyond playing with the phone for the first week or two, I don’t think I’m going to be using the panels that often so the Xperia X1 will still deliver what I need - a good solid phone for making calls, that has a QWERTY keyboard, a good browser (Opera 9.5 is by far the best mobile browser IMHO) and good Microsoft Exchange integration. I’m not expecting that there will be many panels that will be released that I will use, so I can live with this.