Excerpt: Finally the much awaited Sony Ericssin’s Xperia X1 is now out in the market and I am holding one in my hand too. The phone is also called the IPhone killer and it feels great now to have it with me.
Summary: "If you are looking for the type of handset that will fit neatly into your pocket then try the Sony Ericsson Experia X1. This phone is slim and light and does everything and more that you would expect from the latest mobile phones. You can listen to the news with RSS feeds and download your favourite games. If you like music on the go the phone comes with an MP3, AAC and MPEG4 files supportive player.
Summary: "X1 is a complete phone with all the features.The biggest problem is the battrey.I just got X1 and very unhappy with the battrey life.If you use the themes the battrey will just last for 6hrs stand by,i am not talking abt the talk time.I hope sony ericsson would do something about this problem"
Summary: "The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is slim and easy to navigate with a QWERTY keyboard for typing messages. The phone has wireless and blue tooth, great for storing your favourite pictures and music. The phone's camera takes great pictures and the inbuilt fm radio is great for keeping up with what's new. An id tracking function gets you info on any artists and albums you hear.
Summary: "The camera in the Sony Ericsson Experia X1 is of a high standard for a mobile phone. The camera has auto focus and flash features for better pictures. This handset even has a video call camera so that you can see other people when you are talking to them on the phone. The Experia comes with a WAP 2 internet enabled browser, so if you like surfing then this is the phone for you.
Summary: "The phone has no ability to stay connected to the network. You're glad if the phone stays on for longer than 12hrs. Touch screen use is also quite frustrating in that the response is either inaccurate or very slow. There's also no satistactory key lock. Useless phone in my opinion, I'm getting rid of it asap.
Summary: "I find the Xperia very frustrating. The main problem is getting and keeping a signal. I don't know whether the receiver is poor quality or what but my phone (and I've had two after I complained about the first one) keeps losing the signal and often the only way to get it back is to switch off and start again. I would never get one again.