The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 Boasts An Array Of Impressive Functions

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Offering an impressive spec list and key features including touch screen technology, QWERTY keyboard, digital camera and internet access, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 offers everything you'd expect from a modern Smartphone.

Released in early 2010, the Xperia X2 offers a combination of both touch screen navigation as well as a full QWERTY keyboard which slides out from behind the screen. A generously proportioned 3.2 inch TFT resistive touch screen utilizes its pixel set up of 800x480 to display 65,000 colours for clear images on screen. As well as the aforementioned touch screen and QWERTY keyboard, an optical track pad offers an alternative method of navigating the Microsoft Windows Mobile Professional 6.5 user interface.

Customisation of ringtones is made possible thanks to downloadable polyphonics and the option to assign MP3 music files as ringtones. A composer is even included for creating custom ringtones. For hands free communication, a speakerphone with stereo speakers is included, along with a 3.5mm audio jack which accommodates hands free headsets and headphones for listening to music.

110MB of internal storage provides a means of storage, however should this not be enough, a memory card of up to 16 GB can be installed in the microSD slot, offering ample storage for media files and other data.

To stay connected, class 10 versions of GPRS and EDGE offer the main method of network connection. In areas where 3G coverage is available, HSDPA is available at speeds of up to 7.2Mbps along with HSUPA at 2Mbps. Wi-Fi connectivity allows the handset to utilize the signal from local wireless internet routers for an even faster internet connection. Bluetooth and micro USB (v2.0) finish off the list of connectivity options. By using the Bluetooth connection, is possible to transfer and back up data and media files with a computer.

On the subject o media files, a versatile media player supports a wide variety of music and video file formats. Other entertainment features are a range of pre-installed games, with the option to download extra games if required. Some of these games take advantage of the phones inbuilt accelerometer which allows controls such as steering a vehicle to be carried out by tilting the handset.

A digital camera boasting an impressive 8MP is installed which has a long list of extra features. These make it simple to take high quality phonographs, and the camera has the capability to shoot video in WVGA quality at a rate of 30 frames per second, as an alternative option to taking still images.

A long list of extra features make the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 an extremely versatile and desirable handset. With the winning combination of both touch screen technology and a full QWERTY keyboard, its appeal lies within both fans of modern technology, as well as fans of more classic technology, who are catered for by the QWERTY keyboard.

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