- Michael Oryl , MobileBurn
It does some things really well, like web browsing and messaging, but some of its high-tech goodies, like its display, actually seem to make the device harder to use, not easier.
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One of the best-equipped Windows Mobile devices to ever set foot on the market
Looking back at Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 we think there's one major question to answer. Now, no need to get defensive - the X1 sure is impressive. It goes even further to outperform its main rival - the HTC Touch Pro - in a number of areas and even offers slightly larger display and higher resolution.
However since the QWERTY keyboard is one of the key selling point and the Touch Pro has such great advantage there the choice between the two is really hard. And with the two month advantage that the HTC had we are quite confident that most users have already sealed a deal.
It is a true road warrior device
In the end, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 comes across as a niche product. It does some things really well, like web browsing and messaging, but some of its high-tech goodies, like its display, actually seem to make the device harder to use, not easier. The X1 is not a real speed demon, though it is acceptably quick for most tasks.
When the hits and misses are tallied up, though, the Xperia X1 is still a good phone. It won't suit everyone, but it will suit some folks exceedingly well. It is a true road warrior device. Even though its highly touted panels system fails to impress us,... Full review
Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is the new flagship smartphone for the electronics giant
XPERIA X1 shines
No need to beat around the bush -- the very thing that caught everyone's attention when this beauty was originally unveiled was its magnificent body. From end to end, top to bottom, the XPERIA X1 is drop-dead gorgeous. Yeah, you could probably credit HTC for that, but either way, there's no denying just how striking this piece is in the hand. Sure, it's a bit bulkier than some of the fashionphones we've seen lately, but it's hardly "thick" for a WinMo powerhouse. In fact, we actually admired the heft and felt that it was just thick / heavy enough to feel "solid" without bleeding into the un... Full review
Full featured yet surprisingly sturdy
We've been waiting since CTIA to get our mitts on a fully baked X1. As the full-featured flagship of Sony Ericsson's multimedia phones we had high hopes for the device. The spec sheet reads like a recipe for excellence: multiple high speed data options, customizable menus, YouTube support, with music and video apps bursting out the no-no place. But seven months later?
This powerful phone may have gown fat with goodies, but here's the skinny — even when the X1 swings at full speed, it never truly knocks one out of the park.
There's still a lot to b... Full review
What is really impressive about the Sony Ericsson X1 Xperia is the fact that this phone excels in so many different areas
When the Sony Ericsson X1 Xperia was first previewed at Mobile World Congress at the beginning of this year, it really got attention from people for being so different from anything released from Sony Ericsson in the past. This phone is based on the Windows Mobile 6.1 Operating System which means it has a full suite of applications to offer to the user. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is promoted by the company as offering a convergence of communication features and entertainment features; this convergence is exactly what people are seeking from a smartphone in today’s highly mobile world... Full review
Rogers Sony Xperia X1 Big Disappointment
No wonder X1 was rapidly thrown out of the market. I would like to be very fair so you can judge it. Before you start reading it: Do not buy it or sign a contract for it. $0 is expensive 1. The touch screen is not as resonsive as other devices. Even though is manufactured by HTC. I guess Sony or Ericsson asked for the wrong specs. It is 1/3 of BB Storm II 2. Screen is not flashed with the frame. Therefore, it is difficult to operate the far right icons and bars on the touch screen. As a result you must use the stylus. 3. Keypad is badly designed. You will not be able to type properly. You will discover this within the first two minutes of use 4. Windows icons on trhe phone are extremely small. then use if stylus is a must which defeats the purpose of touch screen. 5. I like the Tri-band for data. 6. Telenav is not available. The "Wayfinder seems nice but not accurate or up todate"Less
Xperia X1 wrong design big failure
Last year, X1 was one of the most coveted devices in the market. the pictures in the Rogers website looked wonderful and the capabilities appeared to be awesome. It is a bubble like the US housing: 1. Screen - It is not flash so using your finger on the right/ left panels is very difficult. use of the stylus is a must and that takes away the appeal of a touch phone. - As it is a Windows Mobile device, the menus are very tiny. Hopefully, you have thin finger tips. - The screen is responsive though, in the places where you can touch it. - Screen becomes smaller than my HTC diamond. - Resolution is high but you have to press on the screen to bring it up. in normal mode, it appears as if one have not taken the protective plastic off. 2. Connectivity Wi-fi: It does not support N- routers. b/g only. you may not be able to use it at home. (Especially when browing stream media) Bluetooth: Cannot recognise Jawbone and others. Do not Buy. not even $0 for a dreaded three year contractLess
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