Could be the nifty wet floor look, or the fact that the following pictures are produced to a higher resolution than the phone’s actual size. Perhaps the jaw-dropping specs add to the sensation. In any case, look below, and enjoy:
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Not bad at all. For a 3.15 megapixel camera, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1’s built-in snapper is quite capable. At least that’s what images over at USEB present:
I was really surprised by how good the camera in X1 actually is. The quality is rather high, and I haven’t experienced either annoying or serious white balance or colour problems. Sure, there are a few ones with a purple tint, but this is a seldom sight that’s hardly of any annoyance to me.
Writer Michell should’ve also tried snapping shots in really poor conditions, like a smoke-filled bar. The daytime images are very decent, although some light graininess makes super clarity virtually impossible. In any case, take a look at the full collection here.
(image by USEB)
Not wallpapers for the gadget itself mind you, which is slated to come out as the year ends, but for your desktop or laptop. Check out dailymobile.se for more of them, and be prepared to do some image resizing; the wallpapers are only available at an unorthodox 1200 x 900.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is one of the most exciting Windows Mobile phones and navigation phone since the Blackjack 2 and the i-mate 9502. With a 800×480 pixel display, it is probably going to be the new reference in terms of productivity and entertainment. Users can control it the way they want: Touch screen, joystick or via the elegant Arc slider QWERTY keyboard. Finally, it has WiFi, 3.5G and assisted-GPS – features that will make a big difference, given that web browsing and location based are important application these days.
With Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional installed, the highest data transfer rate (HSDPA/HSUPA) and WiFi support, you can enjoy your favourite entertainment and work efficiently on the move. The aGPS is a great added feature that gives the Nokia N series a run for its money. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is a premium mobile experience if you ask me. Now I want to know why would Sony outsource this phone’s manufacturing to HTC??
Check out the cool Sony Ericsson XPERIA TV ad below………..Is it a Nokia N95 killer?