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.
Summary: This phone is not practical, it needs extra care and it is highly sensitive. Sometimes the pen does not work.Moreover; it is like a portable computer. It has Microsoft word, power point, and excel. It is a really complicated phone in my point of view.
This phone was a nightmare! I hate it with a passion
Peter Nguyen, Amazon
31 May 2010
Summary: Here is a review of the Xperia X1. I have owned the X1, HTC Touch Pro2, HTC HD2, Nokia E90, Nokia E72, Nokia N95 and Apple iPhone. Other than the iPhone, I really hate this phone. 1) Build Quality - the plastic on this phone peeled off everywhere!
Summary: i bought this phone because of the reviews it got, 1st i do like having a unlocked phone, but being a at&t customer, let me tell you there is NO support from them, every single problem i had with the phone, i had to Google or find answers online.
Summary: This is a beautiful phone, but it is very over priced. you can find phones with similar feature and far more durable for a cheaper price. some keys on my keyboard does not work no more. my old sony ericsson p1i is even easier to use and have features that you'll need daily than this xperia.
Summary: I was very excited to get this phone when it first came but I have to say that it was all disappoints to follow. First flaw with the phone is that they chose Windows as their operating system. The phone crashes a lot, you can't control the speaker levels (bass, treble, etc.
Summary: Bought one this morning from Carphone Warehouse, took it straight back in the afternoon. Felt like I was using an old Ipaq pda! Apart from the "Pannels/windows" view, its the same Windows mobile - feels outdated compared to whats available now.
Summary: One serious flaw with this phone is that the only easy way to transfer your contacts to it is via Microsoft's yes-we-want-even-more-of-your-money Outlook. Free Outlook Express will not do. It's that, or punch 'em in one by one.
Excerpt: Bought one this morning from Carphone Warehouse, took it straight back in the afternoon. Felt like I was using an old Ipaq pda! Apart from the "Pannels/windows" view, its the same Windows mobile - feels outdated compared to whats available now.