Sony Ericsson Xperia X1a smart Windows Mobile phone ready to rock soon

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1a Phone

Sony Ericsson has made its entry in the Windows Mobile market with Xperia X1a manufactured by HTC. Xperia X1a is a touch screen smart phone with several new and innovative features in it. It is Sony Ericsson’s first mobile to feature Windows Mobile operating system.

Xperia X1a features a 3” touchscreen display with 800 x 480 pixels for resolution. The phone overlays a QWERTY keyboard. The device supports quadband GSM with a tri band W-CDMA bands with HSPA and GPS support too. X1a features a unique panel interface that gives the user one touch access to games, applications and other functions. Xperia seems to be a good device for professionals as it is capable of receiving push corporate emails and calendars. It allows the users to access the web using the integrated Wi-Fi access. The users are offered with Mobile office to view and edit files in Word, Excel and Power point.

It incorporates a panel technology that allows Sony Ericsson to create its own user experience. X1a offers a 3.2 MP camera with touch auto focus capabilities with VGA quality. The phone is built-in with GPS for navigation purposes. The phone is equipped with only 400 MB of internal memory which further can be increased up to 16 GB. It’s a multimedia phone that supports various audio and video formats. Xperia incorporates a built-in radio player.

The panels offered by the Sony Ericsson are as follows:

  • Microsoft Today panel which is the real Microsoft today screen.
  • Google panel, it provides access to all Google services.
  • Media Experience panel provides access to new music player and file manager.
  • Slideshow panel, it enables to view the recently taken videos and images in a slide show.
  • 3D Flash panel, it shows the 3D graphics.
  • This long waited Xperia X1a will hit the stores from November 28 in US for $799.