Hands-on with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1
The X1 is a quad-band GSM device with market-specific 3G, Wi-Fi and GPS. Despite the full QWERTY and larger display, the device is only slightly larger than HTC's Touch Diamond. It's metal casing adds to the hefty but solid feel, and the keyboard slide mechanism feels fantastic. The slide is actually rounded, meaning the keyboard is slightly concave and the screen is facing you at an upwards angle. This is a great design touch and we are impressed with the keyboard's usability. Other features include a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, 528HMz processor with 256MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM with a hardware 3D graphics accelerator.
Look for our full review on the Xperia X1 soon!
Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Specifications
1st haha it looks cool, it seems like Phonearena only reviews and do "hands on" stuff with like HTC smartphones now and not regular phones. just sayin.
maybe you want hands on for LG 300g... this will be sooo cooool "oh we've got another brick in our hands!"
2. JC (unregistered)
Looks really nice!... If only it weren't so darned expensive, I'd consider getting one myself... ha!
3. jrcrow (unregistered)
hmm..keyboard looks harder to use than lets say my Samsung Rant which is hell easy to type on..
4. DeeBee (unregistered)
LOL, compared to the Touch Pro, X1 looks like a brick...
5. KE4QPF (unregistered)
I find it funny that the XPERIA X1 has full signal, I'm guessing on at&t, but that Sprint Touch Pro has none. Way to go Sprint! You just got shown up again.
haha good observation!
you find it funny... but the phone is off... the x next to the signal bar means the phone is off, but the device is still on... keep trying...
I would have bought the X1 if it was like $300. But $700 is just a ridiculous price for USA.
boooring hands on... give us some feeling... we've been waiting for X1 for ages
10. Jyakotu (unregistered)
AT&T needs to carry this phone! It would be great competition for the Blackberry Storm. ;D
AT&T already has 3g iphone plus eternity..its got plenty of competition