If by any chance you have been waiting to check out what the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 actually looks like in real life, here are some unboxing shots. Don’t forget to check out our Xperia X1 vs T-Mobile G1 gallery too!
Check out this gallery where the comparison between two very competitive firm’s latest handset takes place, head to head. The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 which runs Windows Mobile, in contrast, the HTC T-Mobile G1 (or HTC Dream) which you will have heard almost too much about, runs the current mobile market’s latest hot and buzzing operating system Google Android.
Head off to the gallery below and skip the concise summaries if you already know enough about these phones…
About Sony Ericsson Xperia X1
XPERIA X1 is the first Sony Ericsson to run on Windows Mobile (Professional) operating system, and the first of the X series. It is high-end device with large WVGA touch display, side-sliding design with QWERTY, integrated GPS, WiFi and quad-band GSM with quad-band UMTS. It will have personalised interface to change the standard operating system …
About Google Android (T-Mobile G1)
HTC Dream is the first phone to run on Google’s Android operating system. It is a side-slider with QWERTY and large touch-sensitive display. Features include 3-megapixel camera, microSD slot, Internet Browser and Email.