MobileXpert, 31 Mar 2010No phones is perfect dude. If you want a perfect phone, just build the factory and make your o... morecouldn't have agreed more. how everybody criticize or praise any phone MAY NOT matter, it still goes down to personal preference and taste.
Anonymous, 31 Mar 2010I was going to buy the X10 but I'm still sitting on the fence. My decisions now are the X10, H... moreNo phones is perfect dude. If you want a perfect phone, just build the factory and make your own phone. But I think somebody somewhere are still complaining though. You can't satisfying each people's tastes. The way I bought my phone so far is "I Love it, I got it" That's all :)
Android 2.1 allows the multitouch so let's pray that the update occures soon and then no more multitouch problem (I am very very concerned by this lack).
It's going to get interesting when people pick up this phone and start trying to download and use games with multi-touch (more and more common these days).
I would hate to work at the front desk of a store when people come back thinking there's something wrong with the phone. It would really suck to be the guy who has to tell them that they paid so much for a phone which doesn't have key features that a phone which costs half as much, has. Imagine trying to placate someone who just found out their $700+ phone can't do multi-touch, so they can't enjoy the apps and games they really want. Just imagine trying to explain to them that their phone is still worthwhile, even though they can't really access great Android content, because they have Timescape and Mediascape!
I was going to buy the X10 but I'm still sitting on the fence. My decisions now are the X10, HTC Desire or the Nokia N900. My problems are with the Nokia N900 using Maemo. I heard its a bit complicated to use not for the less tech savvy. The HTC Desire looks good but the problem I have is the battery. Have heard the Nexus one does not last long. My friend is using the Nexus One and he charges he's battery twice a day. I cant do that coz I work outdoor. As for the X10 I like the design and battery life perfect for my work. The only thing thats affecting my decision is the 65K screen, the Android 1.6 and the support. I have been a SE user for years since the T65i days to the G900. Could anyone please help to give me advice. I have read the posts but it seems to confuse me further.
Anonymous, 31 Mar 2010No multi-touch is now a definite... due to HW restrictions?! Mediocre sound output?! ... $770 ... moreYeah HTC Desire has a multi-touch more RAM & AMOLED screen but XPERIA X10 has better camera biger screen & timescape mediascape UI which is better to me than HTCs UI.
No multi-touch is now a definite... due to HW restrictions?! Mediocre sound output?! ... $770 launch price??!!!!
SE... You just lost a customer.
HTC, I want one Desire please... Thanks.
i like Google Nexus One i think it's a great phone but i also like the physically bottoms so i thought i will go to HTC Desire after when people said that SE Xperia X10 is overpriced but i was surprise when i saw the price tag on HTC Desire comparing to HTC Legend which is lesser in Specifications Legend cost more and it's only 10 EUR different between HTC Legend and Xperia X10!!! X10 has physical bottoms which i like so i think i will go to SE Xperia X10 with big smile on my face
Abu Rabad - Jordan , 31 Mar 2010Xperia X10 will be upgradeable
Sorry for the long absence.
Some reflections aft... moreWhen Sumit asked this :
"What benefits from the 2.1 release are you most interested in? "
The answer is as same as when SE post in a phone specs it has 256 k colors display and makes people think will not buy the phone, but after the specs have been corrected to 16 M colors it makes people think that the phone is worth to buy.
V2.1 is better than v1.6, the higher the better, that's people can think about. Which one is better in performance, no body cares.
vish, 31 Mar 2010It has the worst music output that a SE phone can have..though it has 3.5 mm jack music output... morecha right.. it's not like gsmarena can be trusted anyways. sorry, but even a lead expert praised this phone's sound quality.
Xperia X10 will be upgradeable
Sorry for the long absence.
Some reflections after meeting media, analyst and bloggers around the world over the last couple of months.
I have been confronted with the same questions and discussions that you have been interested in from the very beginning. The underlying OS release version that we will use when launching Xperia X10 -why 1.6 and will it be competetive enough? These concerns are quite on top of mind among industry experts as well as advanced users as yourself, which I do appreciate. I will share my experience from enganging in these discussions giving it a context. It is a bit lengthy, so bare with me.
The OS versions are somewhat becoming a reference point for people I feel. Similar to processor speed in computers and megapixels in camera phones. I as consumer of course evaluate the same things, buying equipment on my own. However when you start evaluating usage, there are more factors to consider than just the specs.
When I do a product demo, the response about hardware is unquestionable in my view. The design, screen size, ”feel” and overall specs leaves an impression right away. “Beautiful and delight to hold in the hand”, “Sleek and outstanding” are some frequent quotes.
On the other hand when moving over to talk about the user interface, I have felt some skepticism in the air since people tend to have adopted quickly to Android release version as their context of competiveness. Quite often, the starting point for this part of the demonstration is a 1.6 release remark if I would generalize my interactions to date.
Interestingly enough the focus on OS version changes over course of a minute or so. Demonstrating the generic Android capabilities with our graphical enhancements is a starting point. The home screen, the immediate responsiveness of the big capacitive screen, the true multitasking that Android allows, the easy and rich access to Google services like maps and android market. All that is there and for me that is the base functionality, which I really appreciate and use on a day to day basis.
Then I introduce the signature applications; Sony Ericsson TimescapeTM and Mediascape and the focus of the discussion shifts from talking about this layer on top of Android, that I refer to as the Sony Ericsson User Experience platform. I now find myself discussing the total experience rather the OS version in isolation with a great appreciation about what we are bringing to the table. Then the interest of the User Experience platform future roadmap gets to be the talking point instead. What I hope to get across to you all, is that there will be a software update for Xperia X10 that will upgrade the complete Sony Ericsson User Experience Platform based on newer version of the Android OS.
I have probably painted a positive picture, but I am sharing the discussions I have had and my take outs from them. I am not trying to hide from the fact that there are platform upgrades between android 1.6 and 2.1, if utilized can enhance the experience for developers and users. Having that said, I have had discussions with carriers that are very sensitive and concerned generally about taking on devices in their range that are not competetive enough. I have faced head to head comparisons between Xperia X10 and generic 2.1 Android devices (as well as other OS) and carriers have concluded that we still stand strong in comparison. This because of the layer that we ad on top of the generic OS.
I am both confident and humble at the same time as we can´t anticipate and cover everything when planning ahead. There will be areas that we can´t over bridge between these releases, but on the total experience I am very confident about this product as the feedback received has been extremely positive. Then there will be an update as well, which I hope settles some of the concernes expressed.
I will not be able to fully understand a developers take on this discussion (and we do have a dedicated community for that), but I would be very interested to hear you feedback. Reading the posts, it ranges from time to market, concerns about whether the product is “future proof” etc, but what are your biggest concerns when it comes to usage? What benefits from the 2.1 release are you most interested in? That would be really interesting for me to get some more input on….
Have a great weekend
Rohith, 31 Mar 2010HOw's d music output in X10.? Pls anybody do reply..as i've made my mind to buy d phone in few... moreIt has the worst music output that a SE phone can have..though it has 3.5 mm jack music output is really poor..go and check the audio quality chart in gsmarena in the review..and dont buy it if you are into music..
The phone seems too laggy to me regardless of the 1GHz CPU it possesses.
I'm into this phone right now, I was just wondering. Is Timescape via wifi? I mean the facebook, twitter and email thing that comes with timescape. :) I might get this phone. :>
Rohith, 31 Mar 2010HOw's d music output in X10.? Pls anybody do reply..as i've made my mind to buy d phone in few... moreaudio output is stander 3.5mm jack just like any other smart phone (iphone, nexus one...etc)
HOw's d music output in X10.? Pls anybody do reply..as i've made my mind to buy d phone in few days...