Feb 11, 2008

XPERIA™ X1 is Sony Ericsson's first handset with Windows Mobile OS

Today at the Mobile World Congress, Sony Ericsson launched it's first mobile phone with the Windows Mobile 6 operating system. With a full QWERTY keyboard and a 3-inch clear wide VGA display, this phone looks very slick.

Says Rikko Sakaguchi, Head of Portfolio and Propositions at Sony Ericsson, "Our vision for the XPERIA™ X1 is to deliver a seamless blend of mobile Web communication and multimedia entertainment within a distinctive design. XPERIA™ is our promise to think foremost of user experience and to deliver the premium experience – anytime, anywhere, anything, with anyone."

The phone's user interface can be operated either by the touch interface, an optical joystick, a 4-way navi-pad, or the QWERTY keyboard. Connectivity can be through Wi-Fi, 3.5G HSDPA/HSUPA, and GPS. A 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera sits at the back. The 400 MB of internal memory can be expanded via microSD cards.

We only need to watch for the support for Flash Lite, which does not see a mention in their press release.



At 11:14 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

well... what about "Flash Home"? ;-)


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