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19th September 2012 – 1 comment
Half-price until tomorrow.
29th August 2012
Gadget-manufacturer makes early running at tech expo.
27th July 2012 – 3 comments
Latest OS refresh officially not coming to last year’s hero kit.
29th May 2012
Latest OS refresh now rolling out.
16th April 2012
Blighty left out in the cold.
3rd April 2012
Only small numbers affected by yellow tint, though.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Black is a stand-out mobile communications device with a great touchscreen, which allows you choose from a dynamic range of activities anytime, anywhere.
Positively brimming with excellent and practical functions, the Sony Ericsson X1 Black employs a series of Xperia panels which can be arranged on its touchscreen as you prefer to make accessing features as easy as possible. There is also a standard keypad and 4-way key and optional joystick should you prefer a more conventional control method.
Running on Windows Mobile, users can access miniature versions of key Microsoft packages, such as Word and PowerPoint, so that working out the office becomes a breeze. A full Qwerty keyboard meanwhile makes composing e-mails and entering large amounts of text quick and easy.
A media player is installed for enjoying music and videos, which look terrific on the large screen. And downloading more content to enjoy is simple and fast thanks to the phone’s HSDPA connectivity.
Other features of this truly wonderful mobile phone include GPS for simple navigation around unfamiliar areas, polyphonic and MP3 ringtones, MMS messaging, games, an FM radio and a raft of organiser functions.
Owners can expect talk time of up to ten hours or up to 830 hours when the phone is in standby mode.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Black is the first in the X series of phones from Sony Ericsson and in keeping with a phone that has been beautifully styled its launch was closely tied to the London Design Festival.
Reviews of the phone have been universally positive, praising in particular the display which is currently the highest resolution available and enormous power that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Black packs into its sleek shell.
Although not matching the sales of the iPhone Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Black, which is Sony Ericsson’s first-ever Windows Mobile 6-powered handset, this phone is easily its match.