New XPERIA™ X1: Premium, Converged Mobile Experience

Posted: 18 February 2008 in News, Sony Ericsson
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Seperti biasa, selain di website Sony Ericsson, handphone-handphone yang baru diumumkan akan dibahas juga di Sony Ericsson Developer World, yang lebih mengkhususkan pada pembahasan mengenai detail-detail teknis suatu produk. Dan untuk XPERIA™ X1, berikut adalah artikel yang diambil dari website tersebut : New XPERIA™ X1: Premium, Converged Mobile Experience


New XPERIA™ X1: Premium, Converged Mobile Experience


Announced on February 10, 2008, the new Sony Ericsson XPERIA™ X1 is a distinctive, arc-slider mobile phone delivering a premium, converged mobile experience addressing web communication and multimedia entertainment. This announcement sees the introduction of Sony Ericsson’s new XPERIA™ brand, representing Sony Ericsson’s vision for a premium, energized communication experience at the forefront of mobile convergence. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1.

The XPERIA X1 runs Microsoft Windows Mobile® 6, an open platform and applications designed for X1 will run on other Windows Mobile 6 devices with the same screen resolution and hardware features. The XPERIA X1 combines a 800×480 pixel WVGA touchscreen, a wide-pitch full QWERTY keyboard, WiFi, A-GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera and 400MB user free memory in a quality metal-finish body. The Java™ ME Platform is also supported with CLDC 1.1, MIDP 2.0 and other JSRs.

XPERIA X1 in more detail

The XPERIA X1 mobile phone is positioned towards the advanced user market segment and is a premium, high-end product integrating entertainment, web and mobile communication in one user experience.
The XPERIA X1 is a feature-rich phone with a distinctive design. The arc form-factor allows the touchscreen to be moved upwards to reveal a wide-pitch, full QWERTY keyboard. The 800×480 pixel, 3 inch, WGVA screen supports finger-touch and stylus input, and the 4-way key and optical joystick offer other input methods.

Unique to Sony Ericsson is the XPERIA panel user experience. This UI gives configurable, finger-tip navigation to access different options through panels displayed on the desktop. The phone comes preloaded with panels allowing the end-user to switch between various experiences and configure panel behavior/settings.

The XPERIA X1 showing the XPERIA panel user experience.

Web communication benefits from 3G, HSDPA (High-speed Downlink Packet Access) and HSUPA (High-speed Uplink Packet Access) network support, delivering data at speeds comparable to or better than fixed-line broadband access systems. The XPERIA X1 has 400MB user free memory for storage, 512MB Flash memory, uses microSD™ memory card for extendable, removable storage and has 128MB RAM memory.

In addition to the features already mentioned, the feature list is extensive and includes 3.2 megapixel camera, WiFi, A-GPS, full HTML browser and FM radio.

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 will be available in selected markets during the second half of 2008.

Microsoft Windows Mobile 6

Sony Ericsson has a multi-platform strategy to be able to bring a wide range of user propositions to the global market, and products are positioned by end-user benefits rather than by operating systems.

The XPERIA X1 runs Microsoft Windows Mobile 6, an open platform and applications designed for X1 will run on other Windows Mobile 6 devices with the same screen resolution and hardware features. The .NET Compact Framework in Windows Mobile 6 helps developers manage screen resolution differences and automatically scales all controls to account for design-time resolution and runtime resolution differences. The XPERIA X1 has a WVGA, 800×480 pixel screen which is a standard screen resolution in Windows Mobile 6.

Sony Ericsson Developer World now has a new Docs & Tools section for Windows Mobile providing links to Microsoft’s developer community, Visual Studio 2005, Windows Mobile developer resource kit and the Windows Mobile SDK. More information and Sony Ericsson-specific documentation will follow.

Visit Docs & Tools section for Windows Mobile>>

Java ME Platform

Developers can also make use of the Java ME Platform to create applications and content. The XPERIA X1 supports the following JSRs:

  • CLDC 1.1 (JSR 139)
  • Java MIDP 2.0 (JSR 118)
  • PDA Optional Packages (JSR 75)
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR 120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR 135)
Themes

The XPERIA X1 supports Windows Mobile themes which are created by the Microsoft Theme Generator, not Sony Ericsson’s Theme Creator tool.

More information:

Comments
  1. Infobel says:

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  2. jjlifeblog says:

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  3. wanhart says:

    Windows Mobile? No, thank you.

    I’ve used Pocket PC and later on changed it’s name to Windows Mobile 5 and 6. What was Microsoft thinking? Didn’t they figure it out that many users nowadays have more then one mobile phones?Version 6 already and they still could not figure it out to put more then one mobile phone field on one contact. If my friend have more then once mobile phone (yes, more then one, GSM and CDMA), I have to choose which one is it to be input into the fields. Is it going to be on car phone field or is it on pager field? This is silly Microsoft! More and more business travelers carry more then one mobile phone, one is for their home mobile phone and one is for the visited country (using prepaid GSM or CDMA card).

    I am into Symbian OS, they’ve figured out that some users have more then one mobile phone. With Symbian (Nokia, Sony Ericsson), I can easily add extra fields on email and particularly on extra mobile phone field.

    If Windows Mobile wants a bigger market share, they have to start to think about what users (people) needs.

    http://wanhart.wordpress.com/2008/02/21/windows-mobile-no-thank-you/

  4. Evan says:

    I am a fans of Sony Ericsson and Windows. But XPERIA weakness is the resolution. I want the resolution upgraded to 243 TFT, and more. Sony Ericsson must ake other 5 Megapixels mobile phone. I don’t like nokia because it weaks on sound and camera. I don’t like N81 and N95, N96.

  5. Evan says:

    The Correct “I am a fans of Sony Ericsson and Windows. But XPERIA weakness is the resolution. I want the resolution upgraded to 243 TFT, and more. Sony Ericsson must make other 5 Megapixels mobile phone. I don’t like nokia because it weaks on sound and camera. I don’t like N81 and N95, N96.”

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