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FOLLOW-UP: Sony Ericsson shows and explains the Xperia X1 to Journalists [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 24.09.08 - 13:39:41 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 29315x
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If you follow my personal Twitter tweet, you know that I'm currently in Lund, Sweden at Sony Ericsson's HQ where the company hosts a press event today. And hot from the Xperia X1 hands-on session with Magnus Andersson, Senior Product Manager Xperia X1, we got the news, that Spb will release a Spb Shell plug-in for the Xperia X1 panels. For sure, Sony Ericsson wasn't able to comment on how and when Spb Shell for the Xperia X1 will be available but it exists.
Also Sony Ericsson confirmed that the Xperia X1 will definitely not have an accelerometer but also confirmed that it will come with 384 MB RAM!

Also, Sony Ericsson again confirmed that there will be two Xperia X1 versions, the X1a and the X1i (as mentioned in the X1 white paper) where one is for the North American market and one is for the rest of the world aka Europe and Asia.
Quite interesting is the fact that Sony Ericsson declined to comment its partnership which HTC which, as a matter of fact, produces the Xperia X1 but also contributes some Windows Mobile enhancements like the streaming player and other utilities.
Last but not least it was confirmed that the Xperia X1 initially will not include Flash Lite 3 support and if Opera Software isn't adding it for Opera Mobile 9.5, there will be no support for Flash-powered websites like YouTube, etc.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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