HTC P3470 an entry level GPS enabled communicator

“HTC has officially announced a new communicator, which popped up in news under the codename Pharos – it’s HTC P3470. Taking into account its specs, we see an entry level device lacking the support of both 3G and Wi-Fi, but carrying a GPS-receiver onboard. The price tag doesn’t seem to fit an entry-level communicator. Late in February HTC P3470 will become available in some European countries from Orange operator at 449 Euro.
The specs of HTC P3470:
Cell networks – GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Chipset – TI OMAP 850, 200 MHz
OS – Windows Mobile 6 Professional
Display – 2.8” touchscreen QVGA
2-megapixel camera
256 MB ROM, 128 MB RAM
Bluetooth: 2.0 EDR
Interface – HTC ExtUSB (miniUSB and audio jack), USB 2.0 Full-Speed
Battery – 1100 mAh
Talk time – up to 350 minutes
Standby time – up to 240 hours
Dimensions – 108×58.3×15.7 mm
Weight – 122 g” via

Toshiba announces the new Portege G810 Win Mobile Smartphone

“Toshiba Information Systems announced today at the Mobile World Congress 2008 the new Portege G810 . It’s said to be the perfect device for those users that need to be fully functional whilst mobile. Whether it is to keep in touch with the office and friends, browse the web, share photos and videos or just trying to get from A to B on time – the Portege G810 is a fitting phone for those who like to have it all. It also has a new and enhanced user interface and with the stylish touch screen it’s both simple and easy to use. The Portege G810 is the ideal mobile-working device. With Windows Mobile the user has access to the Microsoft Office Mobile applications they need to carry on working whilst out and about, and with push E-Mail they can read and respond to E-Mails immediately. The Portege.G810 is also the perfect personal device for socializing and having fun. With support for both HSDPA and HSUPA the user can surf the web and download and upload pictures and videos captured on the 3 mega-pixel camera at broadband speeds. Windows Media Player Mobile and a high quality 65K color screen, brings entertainment on the move, whether it’s viewing video clips or photos or just listening to some favorite tunes. The large 2.83″ QVGA touch screen and the enhanced user interface make the experience of navigation and access to applications simple and easy. The G810’s large screen also ensures the user can see more information with less scrolling, helping to bring the ideal web 2.0 and Windows Mobile experience in the palm of the hand. The built-in GPS and A-GPS function also allows the user to map out location and directions from A to B in seconds, perfect for the busy traveler trying to find their way in a city or new town/country.The design of the Portege G810 is both sleek and slim, being only 14 mm thin and available in a stylish black mirror finish it is perfect for even the most discerning user. The G810 also has all the usual functions and features expected such as MMS, SMS and FM radio, and with full connectivity to GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 3G as well as support for Bluetooth, WiFi and a micro SD card up to 4 GB, it is easy and simple to keep in touch.Portege G810 Features Platform: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Processor : Qualcomm MSM7200 (400 MHz) Band : 850/900/1800/1900 for GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/1900/2100 UMTS/HSDPA (3.6 Mbps)/HSUPA (2 Mbps) Navigation : Built-in GPS & A-GPS Interface : Bluetooth v2.0, USB v2.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g, FM Radio with RDS Size : 58 x110 x 14 mm Weight : 120 g Display : QVGA (320 x 240), 65K colors, TFT, 2.83″ Camera : 3 megapixel, autofocus Memory : 256 MB ROM / 128 MB RAM, micro SD slot up to 4 GB Battery : 1,530 mAh Standby: up to 200 hours Talktjme: up to 4hours” via

Nokia announces 6210 Navigator and 6220 classic!

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia introduced the Nokia 6220 classic, a full-featured device that combines a 5 megapixel camera with A-GPS functionality to give new meaning to the phrase “to share”. High quality images and videos can be snapped, tagged, edited and shared online, phone-to-phone or even viewed on a television. The Nokia 6220 classic is expected to start shipping in the 3rd quarter of 2008 in selected markets with an estimated retail price of 325 euros, before taxes and subsidies. The highlight of the Nokia 6220 classic is its 5 megapixel camera with Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss optics – on par with many single purpose digital cameras on the market today. With its high-speed HSDPA connection updating blogs or uploading photos and videos to favorite sharing sites like Share on Ovi or Flickr can be done right from the Nokia 6220 classic. A-GPS functionality allows photos to be ‘geotagged’ – making them easier to search and share. Images can also be viewed on a television screen with the integrated TV-out feature, sent from phone to phone via wireless Bluetooth connection, or viewed in full color on the phone’s large 2.2 inch display. “The Nokia 6220 classic will help web 2.0 novices and experienced bloggers snap, save and share pictures and videos easily. Saving, tagging and uploading pictures can now be done on the phone, seconds after the picture has been taken,” says John Barry, Director, Connect devices, Nokia. “The Nokia 6220 classic, with its 5 megapixel camera, auto focus and xenon flash is a credible and reasonably priced alternative to single-purpose digital cameras and has the added benefit of A-GPS for location tagging, Nokia Maps and possibility to upgrade to full navigation.” The Nokia 6220 classic comes loaded with the new Nokia Maps 2.0 application which helps consumers find the best routes or explore any city for new restaurants, hotels, tourist attractions and other points of interest. The pre-loaded WidSets service brings web content directly to the device via mini-applications called widgets, providing quick and easy access to news updates, games and web communities. As a full-featured converged device, the Nokia 6220 classic also includes internet browser, email, music player, FM radio with RDS and up to 8 GB of memory.In addition to its imaging capabilities, the Nokia 6220 classic enables Adaptive Multi Rate – Wideband speech coding technology, giving a more natural sound to human voice in phone calls. It helps when having a conversation in a noisy environment such as in traffic or public place. “Nokia today introduced the new Nokia 6210 Navigator, the company’s first GPS-enabled mobile device with an integrated compass for pedestrian guidance. The Nokia 6210 Navigator comes with Nokia Maps 2.0, also announced today, and includes full voice and visual turn by turn guidance at no extra cost. The Nokia 6210 Navigator is estimated to start shipping in the third quarter of 2008 in select markets with an estimated retail price of EUR 300, before taxes and subsidies. Combined with an ‘accelerometer’ which measures changes in direction and orientation, the built-in compass makes it easy to follow the map when strolling about on foot. When turning the device, the map automatically maintains its orientation. The integrated Nokia Maps 2.0 application will plot the quickest route to the desired destination and illustrate it on the map. Thanks to high-speed 3.5G connectivity, detailed information about each point of interest, like the phone number or web address is a click away. “The personal navigation market is expanding rapidly and mobile phone navigation is its fastest growing area. According to recent market research by Canalys, over 60% of mobile phone users are keen to have navigation on their phones,” says Markku Suomi, the head of Nokia’s Connect device category. “The Nokia 6210 Navigator offers the next generation in mobile navigation to a broad consumer base. Mobile phone users around the world will be able to enjoy the benefits of navigation with a device that not only navigates, but also communicates.” Car navigation is also simple with the pre-installed one-touch navigation, full voice guidance and self-mount car kit of the Nokia 6210 Navigator. If the user makes a wrong turn, the device will automatically calculate a new route.The Nokia 6210 Navigator supports assisted GPS (A-GPS), which enables the GPS receiver to acquire the satellites in just seconds. The device is ready for use out of the box, even without a SIM-card. Local maps are pre-loaded on the 1GB memory card of the Nokia 6210 Navigator and map updates are included in the sales price. For an additional fee, users can purchase multimedia city guides from premium content providers via Nokia Maps application and download additional map areas for free via Nokia Map Loader at Browsing the Internet and using instant messaging, email and widgets is fast with the high speed 3.5G HSDPA technology on the Nokia 6210 Navigator. The device also features a 3.2 megapixel camera, MP3 player and stereo FM radio. The Nokia 6210 Navigator is based on S60 software, allowing users to download and use thousands of new applications in addition to the ones already found on the device.

Samsungs HSDPA equipped G810 slider gets official

“Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a leading provider of mobilephones and telecom systems, confirms its status as the industry’s most innovative, exciting and inclusive handset vendor by launching multiple lifestyle-focused handsets at World Mobile Congress 2008. Led by the new Ultra Edition handset – a phone of outstanding craftsmanship, beauty and latest technology, Samsung’s stunning lineup will help consumers stand out from the crowd, whatever phone they choose to use.Music fans, business users and fashion followers alike will be wowed by Samsung’s latest range of handsets which deliver style and substance without compromise. Even the entry level handsets combine great design, usability and technology, showing that Samsung puts its heart and into everything it does.Geesung Choi, President of Samsung’s Telecommunication Business, says: “Samsung has developed its mobile brand to offer consumers the best in design and quality. Now, we are ready to add wider choices of mobile phones to match every individual consumer’s need,” Adds Choi: “Samsung will continue to offer consumers exciting mobile experiences through innovative technology and design. The product range at this year’s Mobile World Congress shows that we truly understand our customers and what they desire from their mobile handsets,both now and in the future.” The inspiration for this year’s range is built on Samsung’s belief in offering real choice to mobile users, covering a wider market demographically and geographically. Its phones are a combination of modern design coupled with the latest features. The success achieved in the style-conscious mobile market – from the T100, the first color TFT LCD phone through to the Ultra Edition – has not only helped make Samsung the second largest mobile phone provider in 2007 but also confirmed its credentials as the world’s hottest mobile phone manufacturer. – the Ultimate Essence of Mobile Meaning ‘The Sprit of Ultra’, is the completion of the Ultra Edition, which represents the pursuit of the perfect balance between looks and features. Slim and lightweight yet still boasting HSDPA connectivity and a 5-mega pixel camera, demonstrates Samsung’s leadership in both technology and design. Despite being only 12.9mm thin, it has professional photographic functions including a 5 mega-pixel camera with power LED, face detection, image stabilizer, and Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) for advanced photography. 7.2 Mbps High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is supported for fast browsing and downloading. Enhanced music functions include music library navigation, and ICEpower digital power amplifier technology by Bang & Olufsen. Magical Touch by DaCP enables simple and intuitive navigation of menus by changing the keypad functions depending on each user’s needs.” via

The Nokia N96 is now official!

Nokia today unveiled the Nokia N96, a multimedia computer truly optimized for video and TV. With a large 2.8″ screen, 16 gigabytes of internal memory and support for high-quality videos in a wide range of formats, the dual-slide Nokia N96 represents an exciting new chapter in mobile media. The Nokia N96 multimedia computer is expected to begin shipping in the third quarter of 2008 with an estimated sales price of approximately 550 euros, before subsidies or taxes. “In 2007, the Nokia N95 became an icon of convergence of Internet and mobility. With over 7 million units sold to date, the N95 has changed the way people use their mobile device. The Nokia N96 we introduced today builds on the success of N95, further enhancing the experience,” says Jonas Geust, who oversees Nokia’s Explore category. “Through the power of the Internet, video and TV are becoming even more prevalent in people’s lives. With its large, bright screen, and a range of high-speed connectivity options and the enhanced Nokia Video Center, the new Nokia N96 is a personal window to entertainment.” Accessing internet videos is quick and simple. The Nokia N96 supports common video formats including MPEG-4, Windows Media Video and Flash Video, making favorite videos easy to view. Transferring and accessing videos is even faster with the high-speed USB 2.0 connection and WLAN and HSDPA support. In select markets, the integrated DVB-H receiver offers live broadcast TV with an automatically updating program guide. The massive memory can store up to 40 hours of video content. The storage capacity of the Nokia N96 can even be further expanded with an optional microSD card, such as the new Nokia 8GB microSDHC Card MU-43 which increases the available memory of the Nokia N96 to a total of 24 GB. For added convenience, the Nokia N96 features a ‘kickstand’ on the back cover that allows for hands-free viewing. The Nokia Video Center offers one place to discover and access a variety of mobile content ranging from movie trailers and comedy to news from world-leading content brands such as YouTube, Reuters, and Sony Pictures. The catalogue of internet video feeds is continually expanded with more regional and country specific content. For a superb music experience, the Nokia N96 features media keys, a 3.5 mm headphone connector and built-in 3D stereo speakers. The Nokia Maps application offers richer maps with urban details and satellite views and has upgrade options such as City Guides, turn-by-turn pedestrian mode and voice-guided car navigation. The Nokia N96 boasts a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, flash and video light. It allows DVD-like quality video capture at 30 frames per second. Further, with the integrated A-GPS, consumers can now ‘geotag’ their pictures with location data and share them with their online communities. The Nokia N96 naturally supports the Ovi family of Nokia internet services, including maps, music, media sharing and more.

Orange and ACCESS Join LiMo Foundation, Uniting the Mobile Linux Community

Orange logo LiMo logo ACCESS logo LiMo Foundation, global communications company, Orange and ACCESS CO., LTD, a global provider of advanced mobile software technologies—pioneers in the Mobile Linux movement—today announced that Orange and ACCESS have joined LiMo Foundation to unify the Mobile Linux industry and make truly open devices more accessible to mobile users all over the world. In recognition of its historic and pioneering role in the mobile Open Source community, Orange has been invited to join LiMo as a Founder member, alongside original Founders Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone. ACCESS, which shares a strong heritage in Mobile Linux innovation, joins as a new Core member and will also hold a seat on the LiMo Foundation board. “The reputations of Orange and ACCESS for leadership within the Mobile Linux community are widely recognized, so these companies represent major additions to LiMo Foundation’s governing board,” said Morgan Gillis, executive director, LiMo Foundation. “Both Orange and ACCESS will make an invaluable contribution to delivering the LiMo Platform™ as a consistent, open source-based software platform that will benefit the entire mobile industry.”Dr. Malik Kamal-Saadi, principal analyst with Informa Telecoms & Media commented, “With Orange and ACCESS joining LiMo Foundation, we are now seeing even stronger industry support for LiMo’s open, transparent approach to delivering a global handset platform based on Mobile Linux. This important milestone illustrates an intensifying commitment across the industry to Mobile Linux compliancy, portability of applications from one mobile device to another and the achievement of better user experiences through unification.”“Orange was one of the first mobile operators to make significant strides in open source innovation,” commented Yves Maitre, senior vice president, devices, Orange. “Our vision is for a truly open mobile community which delivers richer mobile services, more affordable devices and a better experience for our customers. We previously supported open source Mobile Linux through our participation in the LiPS Forum. Today, we believe that by participating in LiMo, we will accelerate the delivery of new and compelling mobile services.”The addition of ACCESS provides further evidence of strong industry-wide engagement with LiMo Foundation. ACCESS and Orange have a long track record of collaborating to promote the introduction of Linux in the market for mobile and convergent devices. By participating in LiMo Foundation, the two companies will work to substantially advance the creation of Linux-based mobile platforms; establish an ecosystem that highlights the advantages of Linux development (including transparency, innovation and scalability); collaborate with other industry peers, and promote platform standardization.“Our motivation to join LiMo grew out of our longstanding dedication to accelerating Mobile Linux innovation,” said Toru Arakawa, CEO, president and co-founder of ACCESS. “Mobile users are demanding easier-to-use products with more sophisticated applications. Our experience in developing the ACCESS Linux Platform and our work with LiMo Foundation will help to meet these demands and hasten the development and delivery of new, innovative products. Together with Orange and the other Founder members, we look forward to playing a key role in bringing Mobile Linux innovations to market.”Kiyohito Nagata of NTT DoCoMo, chairperson of LiMo Foundation added, “Orange and ACCESS are true innovators within the mobile industry. These are companies with proven technologies and large, sophisticated customer bases that will further establish LiMo as a global Linux-based platform while reducing fragmentation in mobile. We greatly look forward to their contributions as new board members.”Launched in January 2007, LiMo Foundation is open to all vendors and service providers in the mobile communications marketplace, including device manufacturers, operators, chipset manufacturers, independent software vendors, integrators and third-party developers. LiMo members are participating collectively to building a rich ecosystem and have the ability to influence the evolution of the LiMo Platform, leaving them free to provide compelling and differentiated services to customers. LiMo’s technology will be showcased in Booth 8b135, Hall 8 at Mobile World Congress, February 11-14 in Barcelona. The Orange booth is located in Hall 1, stand 1E19. The ACCESS booth is located in the Courtyard Area CY06, Fira de Barcelona.For more information on LiMo Foundation and its guiding principles and bylaws, please visit

Croker is out for all latest BlackBerry RIM phones!

“Croker is another fun & addicting game by CrazySoft. It is based on the ‘Poker’ idea twisted into a unique and completely new kind of gaming.Game Objective: You must make groups of cards: 2 pairs (2+2). 3 of the kind (3). Full house (3+2). 4 of the kind (4). These groups are made like in Poker. Once the groups are made the cards are replaced by new ones and points/life earned.FEATURES:* Supports all latest devices.* 16bit crystal clear graphics!* Full screen graphics!* Frame by frame smooth animation* Speed control * Roller navigator support* Rich Sound effects (Only if device support it)* Vibration in game (Only if device support it)* Export Hi-Scores to internet ” Check it here:

Sony Ericsson announce the G700 and G900 smartphones with Symbian UIQ 3

Sony Ericsson today launched a new generation of phone: Touchscreen organisers with a broad appeal. The G700 and G900 phones are essential tools designed to organise the lives of all those with busy schedules to juggle, both at home and at work. The G700 is here to help you live your life to the full. This personal organiser in-your-pocket keeps your contacts, calendars, notes, pictures and favourite Web sites all in one place and just a fingertip away. Touch and go. The G900 has all the functions of the G700 with the added features of a unique new 5.0 megapixel Touch Auto Focus camera, touch photo album and editor. Perfect for those looking for a one-touch media experience combined with their organiser. “Sony Ericsson is delivering touchscreen and innovative organiser capabilities to a wide audience without compromising on the size or shape of the phone. Both the G700 and G900 have regular keyboards and are no larger than a regular phone.” says Martin Winkler, Director Global Marketing and Head of Multimedia Web at Sony Ericsson. “These phones are ideal for users that are only interested in making their lives simpler. It’s not about technology for the sake of it.” Sony Ericsson G700 phone One-touch full organiser functions Touch controlled Notes application – write and draw your memo’s Large 2.4″ display with unique single touch control menu 3,2 megapixel camera Compact size Calendar is KingAccess your calendar, reach family and friends and scribble and save your notes on your phone. With the G700, you can jot down a note on the screen with a stylus, just as you would with a pen on paper, and save it on your phone’s desktop to remind you – just as you’d stick a note on the fridge. You can even draw a map to the local shop or doodle personal notes to send them to your loved ones! Holding everything that is important to you wherever you go, the G700 is the most natural way to manage life. There’s no longer a need to have your home calendar separate from work – it works with you, the way you do. Intuitively simpleWith the G700 you can enjoy touchscreen text input, Web surfing, calendar and phone navigation. Want to contact someone at home? Just touch the relevant name in your phonebook and all of the various contact options will appear onscreen. It’s instantly intuitive messaging. You can even browse your photo album using the tip of your finger. The G700 also has dedicated keys for messaging, notes and a key lock on the side of the phone. All it takes is one press to unlock. Sony Ericsson G900 phone One touch media experience 5.0 megapixel camera with touch Auto focus and Multi-shot function One- touch media and organiser menu Large 2.4″ display with single touch control menu Wi-Fi™ for high speed data transfer and internet browsing Print-quality photos to keepThe G900’s 5.0 megapixel camera lets you take print-quality photos and share them with friends and family straight away. Frame your shot and decide where you want to focus the camera by simply touching the screen. Also, with Camera Multi-Shot, hold down the camera key and take as many pictures as you like. Great for taking photos of your kids as they dash around the garden! Scroll through all of the photos on your phone with touch control and even edit them there with the Touch photo album and editor. Stay mobileGot a moment to surf? Access your favourite Web pages when you’re in a Wi-Fi™ hotspot and view them on the large 2.4” display. Use the stylus or your finger to zoom-in or pan around the page. When you’ve barely got a moment to spare, get RSS feeds direct to your phone for the latest updates; news, football scores or whatever you are in to. Organize with a personal touchTouch, type or write… Everything comes naturally with the G900. Organise your schedule, touch and tap to make calls and jot down notes before you forget it. The G900 works your way to let you get more into your day. It’s the power of personal touch. The G700 will launch in Silk Bronze and the G900 will launch in Dark Red and Dark Brown. Both are UMTS 2100 and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 phones that will be available in selected markets from Q2 2008.

Nokia N78 The New Candybar Nseries Device!

Nokia N78“While the N96 takes the plaudits, Nokia’s N78 is probably going to be the bigger seller. With all the high spec features of the Nseries range (including assisted GPS; Carl Zeiss 3.2 megapixel lens with LED flash; and a 2GB ‘pre-fitted’ memory card), but in a more traditional candy bar shape, along with an integrated FM transmitter, to pass out your music and video to a nearby radio (eg in a car).What is clear is the consistent style of the latest Nseries devices has been decided on. With a Multimedia Menu Button and NaviWheel, the physical interface started on the N81 has carried on into the N78 (and the N96), which should please software developers (and give the N-Gage developers some consistency as well). The candy bar format of the N78 is likely to go down very well in a number of territories, including America.This also appears to be the ‘basic’ Nseries device which will be in the lower reaches of the price range, helping to get Nokia’s ideas of the new mobility to the internet to the mass market.Will be shipping in Q2 2008 at roughly 350 Euros before tax or network subsidy.Press Release and Specs
Integrated A-GPS
Audio playback time up to 24h
Music player with integrated FM transmitter (88.1 – 107.9 MHz)
CMOS 3.2 megapixel (2048 x 1536) autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, LED flash and up to 20x digital zoom. Automatic tagging with capture location.
2.4″ QVGA (240 x 320) display with 16 million colors
Mobile broadband with WLAN and HSDPA
Multimedia menu and NaviTMwheel for accessing content
Take up to 1500* tracks with you on a pre-fitted 2GB memory card” via

Microsoft and Sony Ericsson comes together with XPERIA X1!

Today at Mobile World Congress 2008, Microsoft Corp. announced that Sony Ericsson will deliver a new Windows Mobile phone, the XPERIA™ X1, which blends mobile Web communication and multimedia entertainment, to meet consumer demand for a premium mobile experience for work and play. “People should be able to have phones that deliver what they need throughout the day and stay connected with today’s broad array of on-demand information and entertainment no matter where they are,” said Pieter Knook, senior vice president, Mobile Communications Business, Microsoft. “Our shared vision with Sony Ericsson is to make the concept of ‘One Phone for Your Life’ a reality and finally give consumers the freedom of true mobility.” The sleek new Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 includes all the productivity that Windows Mobile provides, along with great features like a 3The sleek new Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 includes all the productivity that Windows Mobile provides, along with great features like a 3″ touch screen (800×480), an innovative arc-slider full querty keyboard and a 3.2 mp camera.See the XPERIA X1 in action at The XPERIA X1 from Sony Ericsson lets users choose from a dynamic range of activities for work and play backed by the familiarity of Microsoft Windows and extensive availability of Windows Mobile applications and services. To be introduced in the second half of 2008, XPERIA X1 is the first phone to realize the vision of XPERIA, a new Sony Ericsson sub-brand that reflects a premium experience of energized communication. “XPERIA is our promise to think foremost about user experience and to deliver on our goal of providing a true premium experience — anytime, anywhere, anything, with anyone,” said Rikko Sakaguchi, head of Portfolio and Proposition at Sony Ericsson. “By working with Microsoft on the XPERIA X1, we have been able to couple our excellence in creating compelling consumer propositions with the productivity capabilities of Windows Mobile to deliver a seamless blend of mobile Web communication and multimedia entertainment within a distinctive design.” Sony Ericsson is the latest leading device manufacturer to design and market mobile phones based on the Windows Mobile platform. The company sold more than 100 million handsets in 2007 and excelled in sales of imaging and music-enabled devices, such as Cyber-shot and Walkman phones. In fiscal year 2007, Microsoft sold 11 million Windows Mobile licenses and expects to sell more than 20 million licenses in fiscal year 2008, making Windows Mobile a leading smartphone platform globally. With the addition of the XPERIA X1 from Sony Ericsson, four of the world’s top five makers of mobile phones will ship Windows Mobile devices in 2008. “The agreement between Microsoft and Sony Ericsson is undoubtedly a win-win for both companies,” said Lars Vestergaard, research director, European Wireless and Mobile Communications at IDC. “Marrying the power and ease of use of the Windows Mobile platform with the advanced consumer features Sony Ericsson is known for has the potential to reach the ‘sweet spot’ for mobile phones.” The XPERIA X1 features include the following: • Unique arc slider with wide-pitch, easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard, 3-inch clear wide VGA display and high-quality high-finish metal body• Windows Mobile, HSDPA/HSUPA and Wi-Fi™ support so customers can enjoy their favorite entertainment and work efficiently on the move • XPERIA™ panels to navigate Web, multimedia and other applications with the tip of a finger