Xperia Xperi-ence

xperiaTechno Station has been picking up some of the best smartphones in the market in past. Readers here are familiar with handsets like iPhone 3G, Google’s Android based T-Mobile G1 and more. Techno Station intends to continue this endeavor that can be a help to pick the best one. Here is our first: Sony Ericsson Xperia 1.

Released in the fall of 2008, the Xperia 1 – runs Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional – is unlike other smartphones due to its innovative navigation key and customizable home screen “panels,” making for a truly unique user “Xperi-ence.” And the fact that it’s got 3G, a 3.2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Assisted GPS (aGPS) doesn’t hurt, either. With the X1 at hand, you won’t get lost – no matter where your travels take you. Your phone comes pre-loaded with a trial version of Wayfinder Navigator. Stay on track with turn-by-turn navigation instructions, unlimited access to an online travel planning tool and downloadable maps.

Have access to different experiences – Web, multimedia, applications – from your desktop. Navigate with the tip of your finger. Quick and easy access to broadband Internet. Say hello to video calls, audio and video streaming, internet surfing, multimedia messaging and email on the go. Instant email on your mobile phone, just like on your home computer. Messages are sent directly to your phone as soon as they arrive. Video clips are ideal for those unexpected great moments that happen when you’re out there, enjoying life.

Text input using stylus on touchscreen: write a character as you would with a pen and it transforms it into the corresponding letter on a keyboard. Forget cables – wireless is the way forward. Connect to other devices with Bluetooth to sync, share and send.

What is more, with your X1, you get a Support Card. This gives you access to a dedicated X1 service network. Just call the X1 support number and get instant help whenever you need it. Try this magi handset.


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