Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 also seen running Android 2.1

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 also seen running Android 2.1
Move over HTC HD Touch, you’re not the lone last generation Windows Mobile handset that can run Android 2.1. The new player this time around to come out of the woods flaunting the Android platform is none other than the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1. Sure we’re all waiting until Sony Ericsson releases their high profiled Xperia X10, but now there’s video showing proof that the Xperia X1 can accomplish the same thing we’ve seen on the HTC Touch HD. From the looks of it, navigating through the operating system can be a bit tedious – especially with the resistive touchscreen requiring a good push to recognize a press. It may not be super smooth flowing right now, but we’re sure after some tweaking, it should provide some level of usability. As you can see from the video, there are still some issues with it – such the inverted position of the display. So far this is the closest thing to Android on a Sony Ericsson smartphone available right now, but we’re sure that people are eagerly awaiting the launch of the Xperia X10 already.

Sony Xperia X1 Specifications | Review

via Android France (translated)



1. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

whatta piece o crap!...I woulda thought this was made in china..seriousely!!

3. SamTime

Posts: 253; Member since: Nov 07, 2009

your haxing skills must be really good in order to make a statement like that....but i really doubt it

2. BeInspired

Posts: 45; Member since: Apr 21, 2009

MADA IN CHINA, SO WHAT? Most of the stuff that you are using, wearing, eating, are made in China! Japanese, American companies chose China to produce the product, that means they found out China has the potential to complete their products very well. For Toyota's accident last two weeks, the gas padel parts are made in USA, what can you say now?

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