Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Review

Sony Ericsson releasing a Windows Mobile device. Who’d have thought it? That said, Palm releasing a Windows Mobile device, who’d have thought it? Nokia rele – oh, wait, we haven’t had that one yet have we… wink.gif All joking aside, the mobile world positively rocked in February 2008 when Sony Ericsson announced the Xperia X1 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The project had been kept tightly under wraps (for once) and therefore came as something of a shock even to those ‘in the know’.The move by SE to release a Windows Mobile device can be seen as a move to target the enterprise sector, a sector where Windows Mobile generally excels yet the consumer-centric SE brand is yet to make a big impact. Add to this the fact that SE have only a limited presence in the USA (a market in which the X1 has great potential for success) and it’s clear that the X1 is an important release for the company.” Read more here:

Samsung Omnia Called T*Omnia in Korea with Improved Specs


“Samsung today announced the Korean market launch of “T*OMNIA”, the Korean version of “Samsung OMNIA”. Samsung OMNIA, renamed as T*OMNIA, will be available from mid-November under exclusive deal with SK telecom. Compared the original Samsung OMNIA, T*OMNIA equipped upgraded 3.3″ WVGA touch screen (480×800) and added Satellite DMB function, an essential feature for Korean users who would like to enjoy Mobile TV. The smartphone will be sold in 2 different version, SCH-M490 with 4GB internal memory and SCH-M495 with 16GB internal memory.T*OMNIA also comes with a five-megapixel CMOS camera included auto-focus (AF) and image stabilizer, offering Wi-Fi connection and GPS features. DivX supported touch player and Samsung’s patented sound quality technology “DNSe”(Digital Natural Sound engine) help the users enjoy various dynamic multimedia experience.“T*OMNIA” offers an enhanced multimedia experience with HSDPA networks with speeds as fast as 7.2Mbps. With Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0, users also will be connected to a range of peripherals including wireless headsets and mobile printing.” via