The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 has been in the center of attention ever since its first unofficial shots leaked online. Much like most other gadgeteers, we’ve had our hands itching to get one and luckily our wishes just came true.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 is one impressive device full of industry leading features – it’s the first Windows Mobile smartphone with an 8 megapixel camera and WVGA video recording and it’s actually the first ever full QWERTY phone to have that sort of imaging prowess as well he XPERIA X2 most other features, though not as innovative, are a nice match as well. We guess they are worth going through one more time.e just got the XPERIA X2 and we wanted to share with you our first impressions of the device. So consider this article as a quick and dirty preview, with a more detailed one coming up in the following week. We hope to get as much as possible from our encounter with the X2 and you can bet we surely won’t keep anything to ourselves.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 in our office
The XPERIA X2 should be available in two colors – Elegant Black and Modern Silver. There’s hardly anything missing from the broad range of connectivity options. Perhaps the only two things it seems to lack are the FM radio and the automatic screen rotation. Yes, there’s an accelerometer on board alright, but the screen doesn’t auto rotate to match the orientation of the handset.
While the XPERIA X2 uses the vanilla Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional, the thing that sets it apart from competing products is the X-panels interface. X panels have gone a long way since the XPERIA X1 and have turned into a full featured system for using various animated and interactive homescreens. But we’ll get to that further down.
Anyways, enough talking, let’s get to some walking. Jump on as explore what the XPERIA X2 is made of with even a brief rundown of the interface later on.