Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 releases three new panels; Facebook, Windows Live and Dashwire

Facebook, Windows Live and Dashwire logos

Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X1 has been in news lately for an ultimate user experience. Sony Ericsson has launched latest panels to enhance its multimedia features. It has collaborated with the popular social networking site Facebook and Microsoft Windows Live. These web portals come in addition with the existing connectivity panel from Dashwire. It’s a site that allows the user to sync the phone content to the web and share it with popular social networking sites.

The Facebook application for Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 takes an advantage of the touch interface. It allows putting images of your friends on your phone’s desktop and also shows their latest updates as you touch their images. It provides quick and easy access to Facebook application with faster uploads of photos. As you touch to view information, icons and links change automatically for you to access the relevant information in one touch.

Another panel added to enhance the usage of Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is the Windows Live panel. This panel will help the user to instantly access the Windows Live contacts and features. It uses the existing Windows Live ID. The panel will enable the user to access Microsoft messenger interface, Hotmail and Live messenger. The users can also access the Windows Live Search function.

The Dashwire panel syncs the Xperia X1 and the content it captures with the user’s computer and the web. The service helps the users to synchronize the contacts, messages, photos, videos and settings of their phones to a confidential account. The user can access this account in front of a computer or on-the go using their Xperia X1. The users can also share their photos and videos with friends and family and social networking sites like Facebook, Flickr, Twitter and Bebo.

We’re thrilled to partner with Sony Ericsson and deliver our Windows Mobile platform and Windows Live panel on the Xperia(TM) X1,” says Todd Peters, corporate vice president of marketing, Microsoft Mobile Communications Business. “460 million Windows Live users can step into the Xperia(TM) X1 and tap into the Microsoft experience they already use everyday.”

“Panels open up an exciting set of opportunities for users to interact with their personalized experiences, and for developers to help bring them to life,” said Ford Davidson, founder and CEO of Dashwire. “By building out a custom panel, we’ve enabled our users to instantly access all of their photos stored in the cloud with just a flick of their finger.”

All the three panels are available for free. The users can download these panels from Sony Ericsson’s website.