Sony Ericsson delays Xperia X2 launch to April in certain countries

Sony Ericsson delays Xperia X2 launch to April in certain countries
A member of the Xda-developers forum was trying to find out the definitive release date of the Sony Ericsson Xperia 2 and was told that the Windows Mobile handset would not be ready until April. A Sony Ericsson rep gave him the following response, "Due to the possibility of further optimization, we have decided not to launch the x2 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The launch date has been tentatively set in April. Therefore, Customer Care Support will only be available for this product at that time." In the U.S., the model will be known as the Xperia X2a. As we recently let you know, the Sony Ericsson web site put the handset up with a notification bar so that you can receive an email when the phone is ready to be sold. Based on what is going on overseas, we would imagine that constant checking of your in-box will not be required.

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Sony Ericsson delays Xperia X2 launch to April in certain countries

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4 Comments

1. imad_003

Posts: 9; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

Well it's released in UAE but it's expensive actually more the omnia 2 but it's the worth money.

2. SamTime

Posts: 253; Member since: Nov 07, 2009

Idk I think I would prefer the Omnia 2 over the SE Xperia X2. I like that swype keyboard and large 3.7" screen.

3. fsjon

Posts: 120; Member since: Sep 03, 2009

Isn't Swype only available on the CDMA version of the Omnia 2 (Verison)?

4. imad_003

Posts: 9; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

yeah swype is only available on the CDMA version. I would prefer X2 because it has a better camera and a qwerty keyboard

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