a person from esato posted dis bawlin site
with pics take from tha x1
and of tha x1
and 2 previews video and a video take at 480/ 640 res.
ya must watch!!!!!
Sorry im late
Thanks for ya help
I live in a small town (called Arnhem in Holland)
And there in ma hometown is no 3g connection!
Im a brotha:-P
No! problem dude I just want to help you out and really your from Holland and their's no 3g connection their in your place?
Thanks below me
but i forgot to mention
my hometown doesnt have 3g connection:(
Thats why i wanted to know tha speed of tha gprs
( i live in holland)
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has 3G HSDPA high-speed Internet and The third generation of mobile networks brings the convenience of broadband Internet to your mobile phone. Fast data transfer speeds - up to 3.6Mbit - give you quick, easy access to a world of video calls, audio and video streaming, Web surfing, multimedia messaging and email wherever you go.
Does anyone know if tha gprs data is faster than the other old SE models ( like tha w850i)?
Looks good good. Does anyone have an idea of how much it will cost. I am due for an upgrade and i hope one of the networks will tempt me with it. fingers crissed
Aquarium panel can inform you that there is someone called you, sent email, miss call ect by fish color..this feature is amazing and more interactive than reguler feature of general phone that just shows a lot of text...Boring!!! this is an inovation product,people can success if they are dare to try different thing and learn like SE. SE is cool!! and Nokia is loosserr...nokia is scarred of fail.
Brick, heavy 145g, only 65K colors, very slow Windows Mobile 6.1, no TV out, no xenon flash and a high price of $899USD...SE do you really think to beat any competitor with those specs and expensive price??? I don't think so! Big deception, i was waiting for a REAL ALL-IN-ONE from SE!
I will keep my very good K800 for the moment!
Kindly advice 1 - is there any fax in Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 ?
2- Can we add & rename field in contact?
Sony-Ericsson opened the Mobile World Congress today by unveiling the XPERIA X1, its first true touchscreen-focused cellphone. Following a deal with Microsoft, the handset is Sony-Ericsson's first device to use Windows Mobile for its OS but also uses a custom interface of "XPERIA panels" rather than the default Microsoft front-end: users simply tap panels with their fingers to access calling, media, and other functions, according to the phone designer. Though dominated by its 3-inch, 800x480 touchscreen, the device also includes both optical and physical navigation pads at the bottom as well as a unique arc-slider QWERTY keyboard that tilts outward for more comfortable typing.
The X1 is also the most Internet-connected Sony-Ericsson device in history, the company boasts: unlike even most advanced 3G phones, it offers HSUPA (High Speed Upload Packet Access) that sends video and other media almost as quickly as it comes downstream. Wi-Fi is onboard for short-range networking and is backed by assisted GPS for route finding. A 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and a microSD slot (versus Sony-Ericsson's favorite Memory Stick Micro format) round out its key features.The first XPERIA phone is expected sometime in the second half of 2008; with quad-band GSM and an unprecedented five-band HSPA/UMTS connection, the device should be available both in North America as well as Europe and includes the key 1,700MHz band needed for T-Mobile USA's upcoming 3G service.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is one of the most exciting Windows Mobile phones since the Blackjack 2 and the (phantom) i-mate 9502. With a 800x480 pixel display, it is probably going to be the new reference in terms of productivity and entertainment. Users can control it the way they want: Touch screen, joystick or via the elegant Arc slider QWERTY keyboard. Finally, it has WiFi, 3.5G and assisted-GPS – features that will make a big difference, given that web browsing and location based are popular apps these days.
* 3” touch display 800x480 pixels
* QWERTY keyboard
* GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 + HSDPA (3G)
* WiFi, Bluetooth
* Windows Mobile
* Touch screen
* 3.2 megapixel camera with Auto-focus
* Joystick navigation
* Assisted GPS
* Bluetooth, WiFi
* 110 x 53 x 16.7 mm, 145g
* The Sony Ericsson XPERIA™ X1 will be available in “selected markets” from the second half of 2008.
It's here, the XPERIA X1 QWERTY from Sony Ericsson. Yes, full QWERTY to make the most of that Windows Mobile 6 operating system. SE's new XPERIA brand will focus on multimedia and mobile web communication. The X1 then, brings a 3-inch wide VGA (800 x 480) touchscreen display, 3.2 megapixel camera (with photo light), A2DP Bluetooth, aGPS, WiFi, and microSD -- just 400MB on board. On the phone side you've got quad-band GSM/EDGE, and 900/1700/1900/2100MHz UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (or 850/1700/1900/2100MHz in what must be a US-bound model). Navigation is accomplished via touch, arc-sliding QWERTY, 4-way key and optical joystick. Now just replace that Internet Explorer Mobile browser with Opera Mobile 9.5 or Skyfire and the 110 x 53 x 16.7-mm X1 is ready to live up to its potential. You know, when it ships in "select markets" in the second half of 2008. Full specs posted after the break.
Update: We've got the first in the wild picture and video preview of that new panel interface.Sony Ericsson XPERIATM X1 – At a Glance
* Auto focus
* 3.2 megapixel camera
* Photo light
* Video recording
* Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
* Media player
* Music tones
* Windows Media Player Mobile
* 3D games
* FM radio
* Video streaming
* Video viewing
* Internet Explorer® Mobile
* RSS feeds
Communication and Messaging
* Polyphonic ringtones
* Vibrating alert
* Video calling
* Picture messaging (MMS)
* Predictive text input
* Text messaging (SMS)
* XPERIA™ panels
* Optical joystick navigation
* Navigation key
* Picture wallpaper
* Touch navigation
* Alarm clock
* Document editors
* Document readers
* Flight mode
* Handwriting recognition
* Phone book
* Bluetooth™ technology
* USB support
Windows® Mobile® Operating System
* Microsoft® Outlook Mobile: email, contacts, calendar, tasks
* Microsoft® Office Mobile: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
* Internet Explorer® Mobile
* Windows Media™ Player Mobile
* Windows Live™
* Exchange ActiveSync®
* Voice control
* Utility Applications: file explorer, calculator, pictures & video, notes
Facts and Figures
* Size: 110 x 53 x 16.7 mm
* Weight: 145 grams
* Main screen: 65,536 color TFT
* Resolution: 800 X 480 pixels
* Size: 3 inches
* Phone memory: up to 400 MB
* microSD™ memory card support
* Availability and versions
* GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
* UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA 900/1700/1900/2100 MHz
* UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA 850/1700/1900/2100 MHz
The X1 is a horizontal slider phone based on the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.1 Operating System. It is Sony Ericcson's first mobile phone to feature Windows Mobile.
The phone features a three-inch touchscreen overlaying a QWERTY keypad which emerges when the user slides the touchscreen face upward, much as in the HTC TyTN II, although the X1's touchscreen slides out at an arc. Its touchscreen is a 65,536-color TFT WVGA display. It has a 3.2 megapixel digital camera which records video at thirty frames per second. It features a variety of connectivity options: mini-USB; wireless LAN 802.11b/g; Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, FTP, and HID; EDGE; and quad-band GSM, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, and HSCSD. The X1 has 400 megabytes of internal memory, which is expandable to 32 gigabytes using High Capacity microSD cards, although currently only cards up to 8 gigabytes have been released by SanDisk.
Due to the restricitons of Windows mobile, the phone will be the first business phone by Sonyericsson which is not capable to utilize the PCS network feature Alternate line service, which was once introduced by a collaboration of Orange(UK) and Ericsson.
Several software features will come standard on the X1, such as handwriting recognition software similar to Palm OS's Grafitti software (handwriting may be by an included stylus), an integrated aggregator for viewing RSS feeds, and push email.
The device is powered by Qualcomm's ARM 11 MSM7200A CPU, which runs at 528Mhz. It has 128MB of RAM.
To all people here especially the Nokia fanboys if you have nothing to say just leave this forum and your just messing up here and we can't read the important details of this phone XPERIA X1...
We are clearly can identify one thing that SE give more concentrate the end user's satisfaction.
Well, it's really a good challanger to the iphone and confirm it will beat that. Cause it has so many features that what we want, what we like, what we pleasure and what we need. I feel XPEREIA X1 must be a cool & user friendly gadget. Thanks SE.
guys I do hope you all know that no phone can have it all. There are the positive attributes and also the negatives. I believe this is a good move from Sony Ericsson and we should believe that there are better stuff to come in future especially with increasing technology and innovations. It's rather too early to start speaking down/bad on this new device