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  • Boxed-product Weight: 599 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: SE_XPERIA_XI
  • ASIN: B001H7DTOO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Oct 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 151,736 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Get £20 of eXpansys vouchers eXpansys have a stunning exclusive offer available to UK customers - order your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 between the 1st August and 31st August 2009 and we will send you £20 of eXpansys vouchers* to spend on accessories at eXpansys.com! * For more information check our full terms and conditions. Life is mobile. Let everything that is important to you be with you all the time. The people in your life, the Internet, your music, pictures and video. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 - Key Features: Network Quad Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 + EDGE 3G UMTS 900/1900/2100 + HSDPA/HSUPA Memory Slot MicroSD Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP Camera Yes, 3 mega-pixel Size 110 x 53 x 16.7 mm Weight 145g Battery GSM: 580hrs standby, 10hrs talk time / UMTS: 833hrs standby, 6.5hrs talk time Convergence XPERIA X1 lets you enjoy the convergence of communication and entertainment. Choose an experience by simply touching the XPERIA panel interface. The QWERTY keyboard makes writing fast and easy. On the Inside With Windows Mobile® inside, you can enjoy your favorite entertainment and work efficiently on the move. Windows Mobile® includes outlook Mobile and Office Mobile giving you instant access to your mobile office anytime. XPERIA X1 is a premium mobile experience. Distinctive Design The arc slider design, 3 inch wide VGA display and premium metal body; with its sophisticated and distinctive design the XPERIA X1 redefines premium. The arc design gives XPERIA X1 a distinctive and unique feel. Slide the screen upwards to reveal the wide-pitch QWERTY keyboard. XPERIA Panel Interface Enjoy access to different experiences - web, multimedia and applications from your desktop. Navigate with the tip of your finger. Configure and have your XPERIA panels just the way you want them. Multiple Navigation XPERIA X1 lets

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Customer Reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paddy McHugh on 25 Jan 2010
I have had numerous phones throughout the years - one big mistake was buying this one.
I will try not to repeat errors seen by other users here - as I have seen them all too.
This phones biggest errors!
Far too heavy to be a phone - its twice as heavy as most phones on the market
Windows mobile - need say no more :(
Far too slow to use and so many annoying features - and the speaker setup is terrible - one loudspeaker which is an earpiece speaker at best! also if you dial an engaged number it plays the busy tone through the loudspeaker higher than any other sound on the phone including the ring tone!!
All in all a terrible phone - sorry I wasted the money on it - would defintely advise anyone thinking to steer clear at all costs!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By MIDWINTER on 10 Mar 2009
The goog things -->

There is nothing this phone cant do apart from making coffee.

This is one hell of a phone BUT has a few problems:

1) The reception of this phone in weak signal areas is quite BAD. It seems to disconnect from the network and not able to retain the signal at a time when my trusty K850i can. (contacted the network operator who has kindly asked me to swich the phone to GSM onle --> No use. They asked me to replace the sim with a new one no use). In conclusion the phone's reception is BAD in weak signal areas. Having said that I must say that in strons signal areas I had no problem.

2) The phone's black finish is very nice BUT the battery cover finish is extreemly poor and will fade out very easy "mine took 3 days!!" A case is a must for this colour. The silver is a better option.

3) If you purchase this phone from somebody who had it off VODAFONE, Be advised that the phone network settings will be locked to vodafone however the phone will accept any sim and will work perfectly. Only way around it --> flash the ROM with non locked image.

4) The phone have a nasty habit of swiching off the screen when on a call (few seconds after anwering) this will annoy you if you need to use the key pad.. you will need to reactivate the screen. Silly if you are listening to an automated answer service which needs the cutomer to enter options.

5) Vodafone will c harge you an extra fee for the push mail service.

6) very difficult to find a case for the phone however after searching the best i found was PDair case. (amazon or ebay)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Oli Twist on 16 May 2010
ADDED (after roughly a year):
1. My keyboard is now malfunctioning to the extent it is not useable
2. The battery is starting to lose charge early
3. The pre-installed Sony Ericsson Web links now state "your phone is no longer supported"
5. It often gets frozen between screens when more than one thing happens simultaneously

Don't buy one!!!

I should have done more research before buying this phone.

It does loads of niche geek things well but does most of the routine mobile phone & web things badly.

The (exceptionally) good quality screen allows text & important touch buttons to be so small that it's easy to miss-press the button and create frustrating delays. It doesn't browse the web particularly well. Some people are trying to call it a 'mini laptop'...no...in theory it has all the toys but the input interfaces are just too clumsy

The keypad looks great but in reality the keys are simply too close and the 'press' is imprecise. You end up with emails etc full of errors; plus the need to use a 'function' key to access numbers...and the absence of 'arrow keys' make it a right pain.

The product support was fine but dwarfed by the iPhone (like most products, you see loads of add ons when you buy but then nothing new arrives as all the developers move on to the next toy)

Unless you need the support of the Microsoft Office Products for some reason, you'll look at your friends iPhone with envy.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By julianM. on 23 April 2009
As an early adopter of the Windows Mobile Smartphone I have become reliant on my phone as my personal assistant for work, using it like a filofax. I lost a phone once and felt completely lost.

Before I give you my opinion of this phone lets look at the competition.
I have had numerous Windows Mobile's and most recently purchased an HTC touch pro (after losing my contract phone) and then was sent a Samsung Omnia by my phone contractor. Oh my, what a load of total awfulness both phones were, so much so I sold them both after just a week of ownership and reverted back to the HTC touch that I'd used previously.

The problems with the oh so awful Touch pro were so numerous I can't mention them all here. The main ones were:
1. The phone used to reject 99.9% of all calls before I had the chance to pick up the phone. Why?, well some smart boffin at HTC decided to place a large "REJECT CALL" button on the screen when the phone received a call. The screen is (yes you guessed it) touch sensitive, so if anything so much as brushed over the REJECT CALL button, the call was gone.
2. The updated appleesque Touch flow interface was so fiddly that it was more annoying that useful. You need to use a sweeping motion with your finger over the glossy glass screen to access the functions, so after checking the weather, looking for a contact and selecting a program the phone looks as though it's been played with by a 5-year old who's just eaten a lard sandwich.
3. On the rare occasion that I managed not to reject a call, as soon as a call was taken the screen turned off, making taking notes or starting another application while on a call impoissible.
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