Xperia X2: Sony's Windows Mobile 6.5-powered touchscreen phone

Sony announced the Windows Mobile 6.5-powered Xperia X2, a Touchscreen/QWERTY slider design, with 13 pre-loaded panels, upgraded 8.1 megapixels camera, and ditched M2 in favor of MicroSD up to 16GB. It’ll come in two versions: both will support GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS, but one model with support HSPA 850, and the other’ll support HSPA 900. The X2 has […]

Sony announced the Windows Mobile 6.5-powered Xperia X2, a Touchscreen/QWERTY slider design, with 13 pre-loaded panels, upgraded 8.1 megapixels camera, and ditched M2 in favor of MicroSD up to 16GB. It’ll come in two versions: both will support GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS, but one model with support HSPA 850, and the other’ll support HSPA 900. The X2 has a vibrant 3.2 inch TFT LCD, available user flash memory up to 110 MB, a 4GB card with every phone; Total flash is 512 MB & RAM 256 MB; the X2 has microSD and microSDHC memory card support up to 16GB, and chipset is Qualcomm 7200A with 3D hardware acceleration through OpenGL ES 1.0.

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