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ENHANCEMENT: Spb chosen to create UI Panel for the Sony Ericsson's Xperia X1
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 22.10.08 - 22:57:11 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 14177x
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When I joined the Sony Ericsson Press event last month, I told you already that Spb Software was working on a user interface panel for Xperia X1. As part of the strategic partnership between Sony Ericsson and Spb Software, Spb has put forth a top-notch, Spb Mobile Shell-based solution that compliments the X1 in both style and speed. Taking advantage of the smartphone's unique panel technology, impressive hardware and dynamic wide VGA touchscreen, this custom version of Spb Mobile Shell is optimized for the new Xperia, and comes with all X1 devices as a free download.

"We are very happy to be working with Spb, one of the most respected Microsoft Windows Mobile software developers in the market," said Mats Ekstrand, VP and Head of Convergence Unit at Sony Ericsson. "The addition of Spb to our panel ecosystem gives Xperia X1 users the opportunity to customize their handsets with an already established interface for the Windows Mobile environment, alongside enjoying the eight other active desktops through the unique Xperia Panel user interface."

Spb Mobile Shell is an application that improves the innate Windows Mobile user interface, making it more direct, logical, and slick. The first version of software came out in February 2007 and quickly gained recognition among end-users and media. Spb Mobile Shell fulfills the highest requirements of in-ROM software, paying a great deal of respect to criteria such as ROM, RAM, performance, battery life, and stability. Customized and improved menus of Windows Mobile devices are achieved without any damage to built-in system features or other third-party software.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by hausen on 23.10.08 - 09:46:44

Not so bad...

Arne, do You know more about the "Free Download"? Backgound: Maybe that UI Panel could be used on the HTC Touch HD as an alternative to TF3D, as the devices have the same screen resolution... I don't want to discuss advantages or disadvantages of TF3D or SPB MS here, I'm just asking in case...

regards jan

Posted by karl on 24.10.08 - 21:33:34

does the xperia really have 384 mb ram? i have seen a screenshot of the system settings menu - there it says it only has 256 mb ram.

are the missing 128 mb ram used for graphics?
hope you can tell us more about that

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