Sony Ericsson's Xperia X2 mugs for the camera, running Windows Mobile 6.5

Sony Ericsson's Xperia X2 mugs for the camera, running Windows Mobile 6.5
In a 6 minute video that will not win any Oscars, the Sony Ericcson Xperia X2 is the subject, running Windows Mobile 6.5 and some of the joint venture's UI. The panel interface makes an appearance at the 2:30 mark and we get a glimpse a bit later of Internet Explorer. While a launch date is still not known, the fact that we are at the leaked video stage puts us closer to finding out when this device will see the light of day. So grab some popcorn, turn down the light, sit back and enjoy.

source: EngagdetMobile

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3 Comments

1. Mali Mal

Posts: 35; Member since: Apr 09, 2008

Sry guys but in my opinion windows mobile is done for... They need to come out with something better than 6.5... WebOS, IPhone and Andriod is what cell phones is about these days

2. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

you can't judge an OS based off of an inept person's attempt to make their very first video ever.. it is like he never held a camera before and has never used the phone before... i think this looks cool. When android actually becomes the open source mobile UI it was supposed to be, let me know.

3. MTLance unregistered

OMG I can't help myself for pointing out this device is still buggy, I mean it should be hitting the shelves already and a leak video of buggy WinMo 6.5 really you gotta be kidding me, I mean I have the iPhone 3GS if the iPhone 3GS was really buggy I would be pissed already. Even the Storm 2 is more stable the Xperia X2. Anyway the last thing on the planet I want to do is being stuck with a WinMo device because they're extremely slow. Although I'm not a phone person the 3GS have served me well for over a month.

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