not only does this model have the best HSDPA speed it also has HSUPA for super fast uploading.Question is can networks keep up with SE?We already know Nokia can't :-P
another crap SE model!!!!
i think nokia fans cant say a word, not evn "ummm".
how dare u say that as far as im concern sony is like the coolest among ol cellfone units.. it's on my top five..
this phone will compete with the apple iphone for sure its on my top of the list
i would just like to say...GOODLUCK to sony ericsson with this one. hope they can pull it through. i'm a bar form factor type of person..so the G900 is my choice.
well, i guess SE finally make a nice design phone and i am surprise, but they are still lack of spec compare to the Nokia Nseries. Nokia suck with battery life and SE suck in spec. If nokia and SE put there phone together it would become a SUPER PHONE and every fan would have clap there hand and make love to one another. But that not going to happen. Well my conclusion is that Nokia didn't learn about their battery life and SE didn't learn how to offer more to there phone. but i wish there were a nokia ericsson that come with a full blow. :)
I think people should stop comparing fones
im not on anyones side cause im not a s.,e.,nokia,moto,samsung lover or hater people are just over acting saying"ohh this fone is better than nokia" or "nokia is better" its sooo childish this is called opininions not to ruin the fones reputation
if u people dont know the meaning of opinion you people shoudnt post
This phone has everything I am looking for... hopefully the price will not be outrageous.
From information that I get X1 supports 7.2 Mbps HSDPA check here http://www.twice.com/article/CA6531245.html
I don't think people should expect this phone to be really fast especially not on release.If you think back to when the n95 was shipped it was painfully slow plus it had stacks of bugs,it took some 9months for Nokia to sort it out.Lets not forget the Xperia is sporting a WVGA screen something that nokia were frightened to incorporate on the n95 due to operation speed,power drain and price.
This is a new design phone. Don't compare to Nokia N96 which is a carry-on version of N95.
Many would choose this phone over the N96 because of Windows Mobile - there is more email exchange support (outlook) with Windows than Symbian. Also note that this phone is touchscreen which may appeal to more users than the N96. Furthermore, there is a full qwerty keyboard, again another pro for this phone.
Yes there isn't a lot of memory space over the phone, which music users may want more space. But remember, this phone is not targetted for music users: business users who want a highend phone, touchscreen fanatics, and highend users who are not very familiar with Windows.
And remember, this phone is 100% new and original. Nokia reused a design that was introduced in the N81.
You can customize any WinMo PPC to a level that is unrivalved.How can this be boring?
Those saying there isn't enough memory on the X1, there is an expandable MicroSD slot. Please read the information before the unecessary criticizing. Sure 8GB does not beat Nokia's 16 GB, but that is a lot for a phone already.
Yes, part of the X1 is done by HTC, however, Sony Ericsson has designed the entierety of the product and adding new features that are not seen in any Windows Mobile device, such as the panel user interface.
There is also speculation on the X1 based ony Windows upcoming Mobile Operating System, Windows Mobile 6.1. Those talking about the presence of the Windows Mobile interface: Sony Ericsson and Microsoft have been working together.
The only flaw I see in the device I see is the lack of support of M2 Cards. But that, again, may change. There is at least half a year for Sony Ericsson to upgrade this device.
This is an excellent phone. People should stop comparing it to the Nokia Nseries and the iPhone. The Xperia beats them handsdown.
IT is a very well-balanced handset and will features a new interface slightly altered by SE-Windows Mobile 6.5!
The Nseries all have a QVGA display, no touchscreen, and are all plastic and flimsy compared to the Xperia's stainless steal design. There hasn't been one Nokia Nseries with a slide-out QWERTY keypad either.
The iPhone has a terrible 2MP camera that lacks video recording. The iPhone is also very plastic and flimsy, and the speaker is very weak when you are listening to music. I've also heard on Intomobile, that the iPhone is starting to have a defect. The screen begins to bubble after a long period of usage, and harmful chemicals are released. The iPhone also has a very high SAR rating, which is the radiation levels produced by a handset. The iPhone also lacks 3G, efficient Wi-fi, and does not have a built in QWERTY keyboard, which is much better than the one you find on a touchscreen.
The Xperia has better battery life than the Nokia Nseries and the iPhone.
Furthermore, compared to other phones, SE is known for its excellent music quality. This phone is the first SE phone with a built-in 3.5 MM headphone jack. The Xperia also has a much better interface than the iPhone, and will have much better music quality. (If you don't agree, check Mobile-review.com for the audio quality tests!)
The Xperia also has a stronger processor than all of the Nseries phones and the iPhone.
Overall, this phone is the best, and SE did a great job! Otherwise, so many Nokia and Apple fans would not be posting such negative comments. The Xperia will definitely be a competitive handset with a lot of potential.
Is'nt this phone too much. K850i is even too much for me. I'm happy with my M600i, I even pleased with T610. This is too much. (In that case, Nokia N96 is waaayyy too much)