Sony Ericsson counts on the X1
16 March 2009 — 5:00 PM
One of Sony Ericsson's latest phones has been used to boost the company's presence in Korea.
It is hoped that the tempting features of the Xperia X1, which include Windows Mobile 6.1 and a full qwerty keyboard, will prove popular in the region, where it will be available to SK Telecom customers.
The phone has been available in the UK for some time and according to the firm's corporate vice president Hirokazu Ishizuka brings together the best portable internet technology around.
"Our vision for the Xperia X1 is to deliver a seamless blend of mobile web communication and multimedia entertainment in a distinctive stylish design," he said.
In addition, the handset is equipped with a full stainless steel body, three-inch WVGA screen and digital quality video playback.
Other Sony Ericsson phones that could tempt those recycling used mobiles include the C905, which has an eight-megapixel camera.
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