Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 is bite-sized Android phone that, like the X10 Mini is a cute little pocket-friendly phone. Ideal if you’ve not used an Android phone before as it comes with some helpful apps pre-installed and it features a pretty straightforward layout.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 is a new smartphone device powered by the Android OS. This small and affordable device is one of Sony Ericsson’s most lightweight devices with a large touchscreen interface and easy-to-use features.
Conclusion: On the face of it, the Sony Ericsson X8 doesn’t seem like a great phone. It has outdated specs and a few issues like the screen sensitivity that, if you’re a speed freak, will leave you tearing your hair out. However, price is a factor that must be taken into account and for the X8, it’s a big one.
Conclusion: * 3.2 megapixel camera * Video camera (video recording, video streaming) * Display: 16 million colors, TFT capacitive touchscreen, 320 x 480 pixels (3 inches) with auto-rotation * Media player with album art, MegaBass, TrackID and PlayNow * FM radio with RDS * MP3/ AAC ringtones * Speakerphone *...
Summary: Sony Ericsson has further expanded its Xperia family of mobile devices to include the midsized Xperia X8, joining the ranks of the X10, the smaller X10 mini and the mini pro. Like all its predecessors, Timescape is still heavily featured.
Summary: The phone has no issues with the sound quality, voice reproduction, etc. Ringtones are loud and are heard well, especially if you select them properly. The vibro is decent.
The model costs around €160-170 and differs from other low cost Android solutions by the screen size and resolution.
Excerpt: This is a global GSM phone. It can be used with AT&T and T-Mobile USA without 3G. The American version supports AT&T's 3G network. Sony Ericsson's Xperia series is probably the manufacturer's most exciting lineup of phones. First, there was the Windows Mobile-powered Xperia X1 .
Pros: Elegant styling, Additional back covers come in the box, Easy-to-use interface, Quality loudspeaker
Cons: Poor camera quality, Lack of multi-touch, Takes it too much time to be localized
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 arrived with little fanfare in India, following on from the moderately successful Xperia X10. The X8 is a bulky handset and looks as though it should have a sliding Qwerty keyboard like its Xperia X10 mini pro sibling.