Roi, 22 Mar 2010i have a bunch of questions...
first off, does the color have to be blue? i mean can u change... more-i have a bunch of questions...
-first off, does the color have to be blue? i mean can u change it?
-second, can it 100% be upgraded to android 2.o or 2.1?
don't now above. 100% will be stated when it will be official to download firmware :)
- third, can you download any games on this phone?
and last, can u recommend this over htc hd2 or over the iphone?
Yes and definitely yes.
i have a bunch of questions...
first off, does the color have to be blue? i mean can u change it?
second, can it 100% be upgraded to android 2.o or 2.1?
third, can you download any games on this phone?
and last, can u recommend this over htc hd2 or over the iphone?
Venom, 22 Mar 2010but X10 has better specs and UISpecs side, Desire is better in every way except the X10 has biger screen and 8mpx camera.And TimeMediaUI. Desire has everything else in specs better, radio included. And Desire is damn ugly to me and has that optic trackball(if is a multitouch device I don't see any major point for that). If it ain't so ugly and would have a little bit better camera I woul buy it over X10...
Anonymous, 22 Mar 2010After this recieves the 2.1 update it will be the best, even better than htc desire IMO. ... moreEven with it's current software it can kick all other phones @sses. Just look at the design of this thing! I don't know about you but I think the high-ends right now of others looks so geeky and nerdy. The X10 is by far the most stylish one I've seen. And the 8megapixel snapper is a killer. Others has that same basic 5mp camera that doesn't even have features. The UXP interface just jumps off the screen with its funky animations. Very sleek. That's one of the many reasons I love this phone. Plus,it's not trying to resemble the iPhone.
Timescape and Mediascape are simply a great work done by SE, but it also become an disadvantage regarding to the how fast they make the progress of android os
Bla, 22 Mar 2010I don't mean the Xperia X10 is wrong or a bad phone, its great. But the price should be the sa... moreHaving all those really neat stuff and a sleek design... The same price would be too much. The desire feels like another android phone with a not so "wow" interface. The X10 looks a lot more promising.
After this recieves the 2.1 update it will be the best, even better than htc desire IMO.
It's gonna be amoled and a bit more RAM vs. much better camera, bigger screen. I'd go with X10 :)
why not even one clamshell model never has autofocus- that is a big mistake - AUTOFOCUS MUST BE IN ALL SONYERICSSON MODELS - then SE will be no.1-- a friendly advice for SE managment - in a body of W710 put camera 3.2mpx-autofocus-xenon flash- led light -wlan - and you get the best phone in the world - and why volume key is no longer shortcut for letters when typing sms
I'm just wondering now, since this phone comes out with Android 1.6 could one upgrade it to the latest Android 2.1?
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Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970u know? i really hate apple...
they so arrogant..
oh c'mon just multitouch?
their device is overprice too...
Anonymous, 22 Mar 2010I wouldn't say that. As I said even top reviewers really commend this phone over all current A... moreI don't mean the Xperia X10 is wrong or a bad phone, its great. But the price should be the same as Desire, not over. Beside Desire has all the great reviews also. No one sad anywhere that something is bad, except the camera witch is nothing special.
Lung, 22 Mar 2010Apple's lawsuit against HTC seems to have shaken his rivals to the point where they are afraid... moreYes and that's why I bloody hate Apple. They are worser than microsoft and they are using a very low discusting way of business strategy. Software patents are very very bad because they are holding back the progress of development of technology in their benefit. I mean they are the one who are controling the progress and monopolizing it. I don't know how can anyone support and buy their products really... I wopuld rather work on something a little bit weaker than supporting them. Hope they rot in hell. I had iphone for a short period of time and I sold it after 3 weeks. It's neat but the apple policy is total bullshit and that is why I've sold it
Bla, 22 Mar 2010Why so expensive over Deisre? Really, what do we pay, the Brand and build quality or what? Bec... moreI wouldn't say that. As I said even top reviewers really commend this phone over all current Android phones. The camera is said to be brilliant (and that's just the prototype). Video recording's pretty good. The large screen is said to be vibrant and has good sunlight legibility. The design is such an automatic win with its sexiness. The user interface is a winner. The UI just pops out off the screen with its gorgeous sleek animations. Their UXP interface is said to be the most visually attractive implementation.
Try looking up every XPERIA X10 top reviews and I bet most of it are really positive.
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"I used an android fan, but after looking a little i... moreApple's lawsuit against HTC seems to have shaken his rivals to the point where they are afraid to pursue multitouch. Some vendors even begin to rethink their strategy and allegedly Android be interested to switch back to the OS made by Microsoft.
According to Philip Elmer-DeWitt of Fortune blog, a patent infringement lawsuit by Apple against the vendor HTC has made it a little bit scared, so encourage them to rethink their focus to Android. HTC somehow not a big company and classmate Microsoft, Nokia and Samsung are able to spend big money to fight the lawsuit against them.
If we are quoting analysis from Oppenheimer's Yair Reiner is revealed in Tuesday note to clients yesterday, according to "industry checks," he explained that Apple has warned mobile phone vendors about the possibility of patent infringement of their technology.
Since January this year, Apple has held a series of C-level discussions with mobile phone vendors to tier-1 underlines that Apple was not happy to see the iPhone phenomena-IP violations related to intellectual property that was developed at the moment.
Since the discussion is developing everywhere, Reiner noted, Apple's lawsuit against HTC's to show that this is business. As a result, this will make the mobile vendors "will come back thinking about the direction of their business strategy to the front." Apple Operations Chief Timothy Cook in a conference call with analysts month in January 2009 said that his company would use all means necessary to protect their patented technologies, as well as mention the 358-yard patents related to the iPhone.
This statement has been interpreted at the time as a warning shot for the Palm that time about the presence of mobile advertising that has supported Pre multitouch.
Most phone vendors that use multitouch technology in the phone finally avoid the sales in the United States. For example, although Google enable multitouch features through firmware updates on some Android handsets sold in selected foreign countries, including the Nexus One, but the search engine giant has not been enabled for devices sold in the domestic (United States).
Google CEO Eric Schmidt himself said that when he was still sitting in the chair the board of Apple, Android does not support multitouch "the request of Apple".
When Motorola and HTC Droid Droid Eris finally armed with multitouch, Reiner writes, the other phone vendors prefer to "wait" response from Apple before deciding to produce phones that support multitouch.
As a result of Apple's lawsuit against HTC, a mobile phone vendors expected to reconsider the latest Microsoft OS, Windows Phone 7, as a safe replacement for the Google Android platform, as Microsoft has been estimated to have their own multitouch technology before it was patented by the iPhone.
Apple itself is known to have held the thick book of 358 pages contains a patent for the iPhone that includes every single bit of the iPhone user interface, including the implementation of the multitouch and gesture technology.
Although cases of patent infringement by Apple that HTC has not reached the courts and maybe it will take many years before the outcome was finally achieved, but the steps that Apple has produced the desired results.