I've got to disagree with u Ronald. On my Vista laptop having 16M colors I still see bands of discontinuous colors even if the resolution is set to 1280x768 which r displeasing nevertheless it doesn't bother me much. If u r not satisfied with this then u may want to wait for P5i which I guess would be a Symbian and so will support 24-bit color i.e 256K (or maybe 16M).
palette difference only makes a difference when viewing a really slow gradation of shades but other wise u won't even c a difference b/w 4096 and
Who here can honestly say that they can tell the difference between 65k and 16m colors on a screen thats only 3 inches? I don't think anything could push the human eye that far.
Anyway, this phone looks pretty impressive. I might look toward this phone in the future. Only if Apple doesn't release a second iPhone. I probably wouldn't even know what to do with an XPERIA anyway. I don't tons of productivity applications and microsoft office, just a very capable platform for bringing all my multimedia needs into one device, and that's what the iPhone does for me. I'm browsing this site right now and typing up the opinion and I must say this site loads on EDGE a little faster than a dial up connection. But still Sony will make a killing with this phone.
People please stop asking for 16m colours on windows os its not possible!! windows only supports 65k!!
I hope they do not introduce new connectors and new sockets, i think you know what i mean? They did when i went from p900i to awful p990i.Do not forget that s/e give you a good bit of kit with their smartfones.Although the kit will include new sockets as part of deal "if they do change that is"it makes all parts bought for recent s/e useless and new extras will have to be bought again.Its a beautiful piece of kit and top spec.
32bit CPU's support either 65k or 16million colors(no inbetween)The human eye would be hard pushed to tell the difference between 65k and 16million on a 3inch screen.Resolution is what produces clear images,video and so on.As we know the SE Xperia X1 has the highly impressive WVGA res display.
If it uses 16M colour screen like Nokia, the battery also will last as long as Nokia that is, not like an SE. More colour equals to better screen colour rendition, but at the cost of shorter battery life ie N95
hmm well after speaking to an windows mobile rep it turns out this isnt even made by SE! this is an HTC phone....
I personally love this phone...
but 65K colors display..?
Why Sony Ericsson didn't make it 16M colors display like Nokia?
anybody notice that SE has removed windows button at the left side?
65k is enough with those high resolution...
if they make it up to 262k color or even 16m color (if wm can support)..then the battery cannot last up to 1day becoz of the high resolution n touchscreen n etc functions...btw, the WM only support up to 65k color..so, its OS limited..
f u wanna all those things, then be an engineer, join the company then produce one instead off just bashing and talk craps...
65k colour is very low
please sonyErisson and all companies
increase this to 32 Million Colour
32 Million colour ,
30 GB Hard Drive include 15 internal and 15 external ,
come on i am dreaming
i try 5 kind of mobile phones
and now my phone is tyttenII
when i compare it to this phone
Display Type TFT touchscreen, 65K colors
Size 800 x 480 pixels, 3 inches
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- Optical joystick navigation
those are good enough for me to say it is not kaiser of pocket pc but
but is the professional machine to use
the problems of my tyttenII are many
it is simply you can read about it
but compare it with this phone ,
and if tyttenII is the kaiser
then sonyEricsson xperia x1 will be more than kaiser , what is the highest thing more than kiser ,????
i like sonyEricsson and i'm waiting to buy this phone soon ???
and i will sell my phone
How can anyone who is serious about true mobile computing be a symbian freak?Symbian OS dosen't lend itself to desktop class programs.WM,Linux or OS X are on a different level.SE have went down the WM route.Time will tell if the Xperia X1 has the hardware to cope.