I agree. The webcast was a complete waste of time.
But what shocked me most about it, was how slow the X1 was. Screen rotation took ages when he slid open the keyboard.
I agree, for the most part the webcast was a complete waste of time.
the webcast was touted as the first "in depth demonstration of the X1"
they weren't telling us anything new!
and agreed, Who The F CARES ABOUT JOHNNY X?, why not giving us a peek of the pre-installed softwares, or the camera features, or even some hidden tricks instead of those crap about Johnny X?
OMG the webcast was lame.
Q&A time wasted w/ obvious questions, eg "Does it have handwriting recognition?" Seriously, there's been like a year to find out what WM6.1 Pro _includes by default_.
At least someone asked if it has a JRE (confirmed).
Otherwise nothing else we didn't know and plenty of "It's up to local market partners to /charge what they think/bundle content/start selling the device/" answers, which we've all heard before, I dunno, perhaps a MILLION times before.
PS: The first bit of the cast sucked more so. Who cares about Johnny X? The director guy even said it was Bourne inspired *cough* ripped off *cough*.
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hope the xperia is available in big amounts in uk not have to wait till next shipment
Windows Pro 6.1, 15 Sep 2008Dont forget to voteyes vote as well,,n95 was up at 70,000votes by now
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Does Xperia X1 stream media online? e.g. Youtube, NASA or any streaming site? What all media player does it supports?
brynn, 15 Sep 2008Akbar is right in asking about windows,,in other words symbian users like me for years are int... moreI'm more looking forward to the XPERIAnce
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2008What are you talking about??Windows Mobile has some excellent Media player.Coreplayer and Cond... moreAkbar is right in asking about windows,,in other words symbian users like me for years are interested in the platform but its multimedia side always lets it down,,BUT,, now thats improved what would you say to a symbian user to bring them to the windows platformm....I am looking to this xperia as a refreshing change and something totally different and use it as a learning curve just like i did symbian all those years ago...I also retain the cam/video/mp3 qualities with this xperia but what about txt on ppc i will have to find out when i get xperia but symbian texting is long winded and slow,,symbian feels stifled sometimes and even the today scren looks cramped and unclear yet pictures of ppc show it a lot clearer..Iam going to enjoy this experiance..
heaps nice phone !
has anyone got one?
China's clone of the Xperia 'The SongLive X1' is selling for only US$145 it has an uncanny resemblance to the SE Xperia X1 including a slide and tilt display, QWERTY keyboard plus TV chip and dual SIM card slots but beware because it falls well short of the Xperia x1.
another question>what about the transfer speed of this kind of memory card?i used to transfer a 150Mb file in less than a min on my late W950i!but that was internal memory!
what about this one on a USB2 port?
And does the X1 come with any memory(included)i don`t know how any one
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its ironic how i've waited for this phone since february.. and now i dont want it anymore because of the high price
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brynn, 14 Sep 2008I used symbian since n3650 but trying this out for a refreshing change...Symbian is easier to ... moreWhat are you talking about??Windows Mobile has some excellent Media player.Coreplayer and Conduits are examples and as always the features of the WinMo application is FAR better than the Symbian equivalent!People need to wake up and stop believing Symbian hype
Anyone getting an Xperia should check out XperiaX1.net. A nice little community for the X1!
akbar, 14 Sep 2008listen guys i really like this phone i like the whole pannel interface and all but the only th... moreWell Windows Mobile interface you will only see 1% of time, when doing settings and stuff. Othervise you are alway inside some application, wheater this will be panel or any other application you will start from panel. And one more thing, you realy can't make windows like Symbian, cause Symbian stile is minimalistic, that is why you like it, but if you do that, than you miss a loot of features, settings, etx.
So it is your decision many features or simple phone? If you just call,camera,browse,that Symbian is for you. But if you use remote desktop, MSN Messnger, and LAN and such things, than you need WM, i use those thing and Symbian makes me very limited...
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