Welcome back SE?, you're gonna be dissapointed if i told you that this mobile it's made by HTC... That's right, the same that brought you the touch.
You guys, the price of this phone was revealed on Mobilereview.com. The price is 600-700 Euro and the phone is expected to be released in late September, early October! It is very expensive though!
i'm superised with the marvoulles of your new product always sony ericsson do but this X1 is completely different form the one i 've have it
i hope send me an e-mail for releasing date
nadia Qabazard from kuwait
that is a VERY safe thing t0 say.
l0l @ 'staffa! u just g0t t0000ld, h0mie!
I'm on the Touch Cruise,I've got to say WM is fairly stable.I used to rely on Gsmarena for unbiased views/reviews,sadly that is no longer the case. I would go as far as suggesting Nokia symbian are influencing reviews on this website.
For those of you who are confused about the memory card, it is MicroSD card.
you can find this information on the Sony Ericsson Corporate website:
Mustafa I doubt you have a TyTN II,if you did you would surely know the chip dosen't have DRIVER SUPPORT!The XPERIA X1 will not suffer the same fate btw TyTN II dosen't crash.
there's alot of nitpicking people on here. Who complains about the colors on this phone. It's has a WVGA screen.
ummmm.... Who cares if it's made by HTC? And the last time i heared that the Samsung G810 isn't really a new phone. It's just an updated version of the G800. Just because it doesn't have 5 megapixel camera doesn't make it less powerful. Welcome back SE =)
To the statement that windows mobile 6.0 would be stable on a good CPU, or if it had sufficient RAM, that is completely false. The HTC TYTN II has 128MB of RAM and I still have perpetual glitches, slow downs, hiccups, and freezes with it. My colleague, who also has the phone, experiences the same problems daily. There are some things windows mobile does well, like it's wide support for various types of software, but it's not right for this phone. It just isn't. Symbian isn't the greatest solution either, however, it's a better OS that windows mobile is in terms of stability, especially when it's backed by a decent amount of RAM or a good CPU. My good friend, just yesterday, swore off of windows mobile for good after using his father's N81 for just a day, he loved the Symbian OS's reliability. He was using the phone because his brand new Samsung smartphone glitched and broke...a windows mobile problem. Even the admins on GSMARENA here admit that windows mobile is a deal breaker and it is. It's a shame the phone is so beautiful, but has such an ugly and non-user friendly OS. Here in the states, all of our smartphones (with carriers) use windows mobile, except for the iphone, which is sadly a gimmick. If there was only a way to put the iphone OS on the X1, then I would definitely buy it....
this phone is a late-and-low techie compared to nokia and samsung.
with htc's help? with other manufacturer helping SE can only come up with this phone? U gotta be kidding bro. this must be a GREAT shame.
And this design came up a lot earlier with samsung f700 which has Qwerty slide and Touchscreen+a lot better looking design compared to Chinese-designed(HTC) X1. LOL
Grow up, bro!! look further to understand the reality.
p.s. Samsung I900 will rockkk!! if you see the specs. LOL
The same principles apply to operating systems whether it be pc or mobile.Windows Vista is stable providing you have the hardware to run it,same with Win Mob.The OS is resource intensive but with 128MB RAM it runs flawlessly.Symbian is just a dogs dinner!
This is an excellent phone. The touchscreen, the QWERTY keyboard,the stainless-steel design, the 3.5MM headphone jack (first SE phone to have one!)and a 520Mhz processor, 400 MB built-in memory and up to 8GB expandable with SD cards-this phone is really amazing!
it has windows os, its like symbian os, se fanboy at n82 review said symbian is like windows = UNRELIABLE
I've been reading the XPERIA X1 will use the Qualcomm chipset.HTC left out driver support on the TyTN II but X1 will be fully supported :)check the white paper on the Qualcomm chip-It's one serious piece of kit.