Sony Ericsson unveils Xperia X2


The smartphone market this year is becoming bigger and bigger. Phone manufacturers are busy releasing their own versions, and Sony Ericsson is among them.

This week, the company unveiled the newest addition to their own smartphone gadgets, the Xperia X2.

Like its pricey predecessor, the Xperia X1, the Xperia X2 runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 OS, has a 3.2-inch WVA touch screen and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It also features a paneled home screen, giving users easy access to built-in and downloadable applications.

The new feature brought to the X2 is the SlideView. This allows users to access frequently used phone activities like contacts, messages, media, etc. It also gives an overview of missed incoming activity such as unanswered SMS, calls and emails.

Other features of the high-end smartphone include GPS, Bluetooth, TV-out able, IM, Wi-FI connectivity, and an 8.1-megapixel cam that has 16X zoom, autofocus, geo tagging, image stabilizer, touch focus, send to Web, video light and video recording.

The Xperia X2 also has a document viewer as well as access to other Microsoft applications. The phone can operate on both GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 network and the UMTS/HSPA 850/900/2100 network.

Sony Ericsson’s newest smartphone is expected to be available in the fourth quarter but no word yet as to how much it’ll cost.

Better start saving up guys!