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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.
Touted by many as a real rival to the iPhone, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Silver is a brilliant combination of a mobile web communication device and source of entertainment on the go.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Silver offers users the chance to choose from a dynamic range of activities wherever they are, including checking their mail, shopping online, enjoying music and videos or taking care of business with the Windows Mobile Office suite of applications.
Among the stand-out features of the device is the choice to interact with the phone four ways, with a four-way key, optical joystick navigation, touchscreen and qwerty keyboard all available to operate the phone.
Surfing the internet with the phone is a breeze, with Opera and Internet Explorer both offered as browser options and Turbo 3G connectivity making for an efficient and satisfying experience. Meanwhile, a video and music player that displays album art is installed so you can keep yourself entertained.
Other features of the phone include video calling, GPS with Google Maps, an integrated 3.2 megapixel camera for capturing videos and still images, handwriting recognition to make composing e-mails quicker, Bluetooth connectivity, RSS feeds, Push e-mail, instant messaging and MMS messaging.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Silver is the first ever smartphone from the company to feature the Windows Mobile Operating System, which has brought PC functionality to mobile phones.
Developed in collaboration with High Tech Computer Corporation, the phone is the first in the company’s Xperia series and represents a step forward in mobile phone technology for the company. As well as the high-end features listed above the Sony Ericsson Xperia XI Silver incorporates a vibration alert, downloadable polyphonic and MP3 ringtones, call records, text messaging and an FM radio.
The phone offers stand-by time of up to 833 hours and talk time of up to ten hours.