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The best gadgets from CES 2011

The best gadgets from Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES), include tablets and smart phones. Here is what they are as per a description I have tried to give. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia arc phone has a 4.2-inch display and has a 1GHz processor. It has an 8-mega pixel camera over on the back of the phone, and a video camera on the front. Its thickness is 0.34 inch. BlackBerry PlayBook  runs a brand brand new operating system and is a 7-inch thin gadget, with  the  front-facing camera of 3MP and a 5MP rear HD based camera. It is powered by 1GHz Cortex-A9 dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. The BlackBerry PlayBook  can handle Flash 10.1, HTML 5 and HDMI.

Apple iPhone 5 will use NFC (Near Field Communication), the short-range wireless technology which can operate as an electronic wallet. Apple iWatch offers reliability and effectiveness of both iPod Touch and iPod Nano  on the same platform and is smaller and thinner. The Motorola Atrix 4G has a dual-core processor with features of a high-resolution display of 4-inch, HD based video capture, a camera which is front-facing, and also a fingerprint reader.

Motorola’s Droid Bionic has dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 4.3-inch screen and an HD recording facility on video, a camera of 8-megapixel in the back while there is a front-facing calling camera for video. Then there is Motorola’s CLIQ with a display of 3.7-inch, a camera with 5-megapixels capability as well as DNLA capabilities. Acer’s E210 has a 2.6-inches touch screen. It is powered by a 416MHz processor and has 256MB RAM. It  also has a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back, with GPS, Wi-Fi as well as FM radio. Acer Liquid Mini has a 3.2 inch display with a 600MHz processor and 512MB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a GPS as well as Bluetooth connectivity.

Samsung’s Infuse 4G uses a 4.5-inch Superb AMOLED plus type display, a camera of 8-megapixels and a 1.2GHz single core processor. LG’s Optimus Black phone consists of a bright display of 4 inches. It is a very slim phone of 0.36 inch thickness packing a 1,500 mAh battery with dual cameras on board. HTC FreeStyle has a 3.2-inch display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM radio. HTC EVO Shift 4G is slightly smaller. It has a 3.6-inch display as well as a QWERTY, slide out keyboard. There’s a 5-megapixel camera on board, as well.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android Updated

The lucky owners of Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 must have heard that the smartphone is available for an update of the Android version 1.6 to 2.1! Yes! The long awaited update OTA Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, X10 Xperia Mini and Mini Xperia X10 Pro in Android 2.1 Flash will start this week, announced yesterday by a new manufacturer.

Program, a new home screen consolidated with five home screens, HD video capture continuous autofocus, a new backup application, Social Phonebook automatically sync photos from Facebook contacts and see who is online and new widgets for the Xperia X10.

Sony Ericsson promises an improved version with Bluetooth support including sending photos, the automatic synchronization of contacts Facebook , a new application of backup and recovery, better integration images and audio files to posts.

The website Top10 .com informs that this Sony Ericsson has commenced an Android update this week in Japan that stipulates multi-touch for the Xperia X10 range, beforehand of its scheduled 1st quarter roll out in the UK.Where as the website Nexus informs that Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android  is capable of multi-touch, which was earlier demonstrated by an hack . Sony Ericsson declared an official pinch-and-zoom support, and Android updates will start hitting the handset from this week onwards.The multi touch support update will at initial stages introduces in the Japanese market, ith NTT DoCoMo. the company which will get first dibs at the Android upgrade.

For users it’s important to inform that multi-touch input will only be able to support two finger pinch-and-zoom. The functionality will not support other movements like rotate or the multi-finger input. Additionally, the company, Sony Ericsson also clearly informed that it will not be upgrading the X10 to Android 2.2 FroYo. Sony Ericsson representative in the UK believes that their customized Android 2.1 installation is at similar with a default 2.2.

The famous tech site Engadget also informed that Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android multi-touch update starts. On the other hand Bina4y from xda-developers forum has released a patch which will be helpful in adding dual touch support to any ROM for the Xperia X10.

This Hotfix  needs to use flash tools and the installation method is quite simple but people who love to mingle with  gadgets can give a try but for those who have less technical knowledge are recommended to wait  for the official release. This Hotfix  will facilitate the pinch-to-zoom gesture on apps like Browser, Angry Birds and Maps. People looking for more information can check the Sony Ericsson official blog  where the company stated that  they are  planning another upgrade to bring new features (such as for example multi-touch for Xperia X10) to the current family of Xperia™ smartphones in Q1 2011 and the famous tech site Engadget  also endorsed this information.

Review and Specifications of Sony Ericson Xperia X8

The Sony Ericson XperiaTM X8 offers a 3 inch touchscreen display. The X8 is based on Android Operating system which enables you to integrate greater number of multimedia apps for your day to day use. The Sony Ericson X8 is similar to the X10; however it is not available in a mini version. The Xperia X8 can be connected through 3G or Wi-Fi and also has an easier navigation through QWERTY keyboard. Some of the enhanced apps include Google Maps and GPS along with other 100,000 apps that you can download from the Android market.

Some of the features of Sony Ericson XperiaTM X8 are as follows:


  • Screen
    • 3″ capacitive touchscreen
    • Memory
    • Phone memory 128MB*
    • MicroSD™ support (up to 16 GB)
    • Actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration.
    • Networks
      • GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
      • UMTS/HSPA 900/2100
      • UMTS/HSPA 850/1900/2100
    • Available colors
      • White – White/Dark Blue (limited availability)
    • Sizes
      • 99.0 x 54.0 x 15.0 mm
      • 3.9 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches
    • Weight
      • 104.0 gr
      • 3.7 oz

Sony Ericsson Boosts Niche With Android Smartphones

If there is any company that is greatly benefiting from the android phone smart phone design, it is Sony Ericsson. We can actually say that Sony Ericsson is the kind of company that knows what it needs and how to get it. Due to its capability to make use of opportunity, the Sony Ericsson product is surely getting some cool measure of popularity in the mobile phone world. The addition of this particular design of phone, which all sundry actually wants to have something to do with, is taking the Sony Ericsson business to the next level. This is greatly giving the company a real competitive stance in comparison with other great names in the mobile phone manufacturing industry.

The idea

The whole idea is a kind of 50-50 bilateral agreement between Ericsson manufacturing company and the Sony Corp. This bilateral agreement had been able to bring up the superb looking mobile phone that goes by the name Xperia X10. This android phone is one phone that practically every mobile phone user wants to make use of. Because of this special love for the phone Sony Ericsson is actually strengthening their niche a great deal.

The intention

Sony Ericsson actually desires to make its brand the communication entertainment brand in the industry of mobile phone makers; this is exactly why it had embraced the Android operating platform. The above are the exact words of the Company’s General Manager in charge of the Philippines market Mr. Dennis Manzano. He said this in a press conference organized recently.

According to him, the company actually wants to introduce some great measure of entertainment into communication. This is in an effort to take the mobile phone world beyond the ordinary level of mere communication. Mr. Dennis Manzano seemed to be saying that the mobile phone world needs to shake off the dust of its past essential purpose and take on the toga of a real entertainer.

Android phone is in a class of its own it is in the same class with other platforms like the Maemo , the Apple iOS for iPhones, the Symbian platform and even mobile Microsoft window. It is importantly Google’s Linux operating system for mobile device.

The evidence

The mobile phone that had gone a long way in promoting the company’s image is the Xperia X10. In fact it is the company’s best selling phone. By the time you check through Japan’s record of top selling smart phones, you will discover that the Xperia X10 is at the very top of this enviable list.

Its features

The Xperia X10 features a video that has very high definition of image. This will go a long way in helping customers to capture, view and share great moments with families and friends.

Sony Ericsson seems to have only one vision and one focus. This focus is to be the undisputable leader in the world of mobile communications entertainment. This they plan to get done through the introduction of new style of interaction across social media and the internet.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini X10: Portability that Roars

Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini X10 offers the full functionality of an Android phone in a very portable sleek design. Entering a whole new level of portability, Xperia Mini X10 introduces functionality that belies its size. Although some might find the ultra-small design doubtful when it comes to its promised performance, it proves itself a worthy contender compared to full-sized Android Phones.


Size: 83 x 50 x 16 mm

Phone memory: Up to 128MB

Processor: 600 MHz Qualcomm MSM7227

Talk time GSM/GPRS: Up to 4 hours

Standby time: GSM/GPRS: Up to 285hrs

Talk time UMTS: Up to 3.5 hours

Standby time: UMTS: Up to 360 hrs


The Xperia Mini X10’s is simplicity personified. Three buttons grace its face: menu, home and back. The power button that doubles as the lock key sits on the top edge. There are also quick-access buttons on its right side for the volume and camera controls. The glossy finish contrasts with the buttons, making it easy to find. At the bottom edge lies the USB connector port for charging and computer syncing. It is covered by a tiny rubber flap that serves as protection against dust build-up and unnecessary wear or damage to the port. Right beside it is the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Like its predecessor, the Xperia Mini X10 kept the curved design of the back plate. This enables the Android phone to sit naturally in the palm of your hand. Surprisingly though, unlike any other Android phone, the battery cannot be taken out. It is designed to be fixed on the board. The only thing that can be taken out when you open the back cover is your SIM card. Replacing it would warrant an expertise on tinkering with the phone itself. OR if you’re not that confident, you will have to take it to a technician if the battery fails.

At first, you may miss the heft of a regular Android phone. But the 16 mm-thick Xperia Mini X10’s dainty appearance shouldn’t fool you. It may feel a bit delicate in an average male’s hand but it fully makes up for it in killer after killer of features. The offered vivacious colors of black, pearl, white, lime, pink, red and silver add more gives it more energy and feistiness.

Although just like a credit card in size, it can’t fit in your wallet. However, the smallest wardrobe pocket can accommodate this spritely gadget. Although owing it a spot in your not so secure pocket can prove to be a mistake especially if you forget that it’s supposed to be in there somewhere. Even the bulkier iPad and iPhone gets lost if not secured properly.


Although inspired by its bigger relative, the Xperia X10, the Xperia Mini gets a revamped home screen. There are now scrollable and customizable widgets in its home screen. It can accommodate up to twenty widgets at the same time. Users can now personalize favorite shortcuts at each edge of the 2.5 screen. If that still limits you in some way, pushing the Home button or scrolling down while on the widget screen displays more shortcuts.

With Android 2.2 (Froyo) already out in the market, Xperia Mini leaves some doubt with its utilizing of only the Android 1.6 version. Clearly a later version, don’t let that put a damper on your Android experience. As an Android platform, it still can accommodate installable applications from the Android Market. Just the same as the updated one, albeit running on a much lesser version of the platform. You can customize it all you want.

The multi-delete option comes with a thumbnail view and you can tick items as you go. This not so tedious feature allows you to select and manage your phone content in a not so tedious manner. Knowing exactly what you might be deleting or moving is a feature worthy of applause.

The multi-touch screen also comes with auto-rotate allowing you to easily shift from landscape to portrait mode breezily. Left-handed people might have to re-orient and take a little time with getting the hang of a right-handed person’s device.


Just like any other smartphone of today, the Xperia Mini X10 comes with the usual features like SMS, MMS and Email capabilities. What is worth noting is the Infinite Button. Users can now choose to follow their contact’s Twitter and Facebook messages with just a click of a button. The built-in Timescape application manages all incoming messages. Navigating through that barrage of information might get a bit confusing at first, though. More so if you have subscribed to multiple tweets from your contacts.

Sadly, you might have to download another email client. Only one email account is allowed with the default email manager. Those who have multiple accounts have to go through the rigors of setting up one account at a time and accessing them. With another email client, you might be able to manage them simultaneously.

Anyway, the Xperia Mini X10 cannot be said to be designed for lengthy emails. It does not come with a full QWERTY keyboard. Instead it uses a T9 keyboard. So you have to tap and tap away on the touchscreen to compose your messages. But that must be the most logical approach to that. After all, using a full QWERTY keyboard on the 2.55 screen will surely be a challenge for those who don’t have small hands.


It comes with a 2GB microSD card that can be upgraded to 16 GB. Enough storage to house the various media you can accumulate while using the built-in 5.0 megapixel camera and more than enough for your music player and video player.

More Interesting Features

  • Sony Ericsson Album application
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync®
  • NeoReader® barcode scanning app
  • Google Services
    • Android Market™
    • Gmail™
    • Google Maps™ with Street View
    • Google Search Widget
    • Google Talk™
    • Google Voice Search™**
    • YouTube™

One of the cheapest Android phones in the market, the Xperia Mini X10 is the right portable Android phone for those who are seeking functionality and portability rolled into one.

Sony Ericsson Unveils Android Xperia X8 Mobile phone

Sony Ericsson is one from the leading companies dealing with mobile phones in the world. People like the headsets sold by the company due to the loud and perfect quality of the voice. They introduced a lot of mobile phone models with innumerable stylish features to provide the best service for their customers. Being a regular user of Smartphone, I always think which company is the best choice for me while purchasing a mobile phone.

Brief History of Sony Ericson

This company has been popular for many years and so it has more experience about how to satisfy the needs of the customer. Also with the warranty point of view, I prefer some old mobile companies working in the world. If you want to purchase a new mobile phone with good warranty, then the Sony Ericsson is the best choice. The head office of the company is situated in London and they are concentrating in manufacturing products like mobile phones, wireless voice device, mobile music device, wireless data devices and Hi-tech accessories. Sony Ericsson is also famous in the production of these devices and currently their products have got the trust of many customers all over the world.

As we have already mentioned, this company has introduced a lot of stuff for its customers. Now, the company has finished the work on the fourth Android phone somewhere during the late last year. The name of this model is Xperia X8. This is the latest phone in a long line of amazing products that have been created and released by the company for its regular clients who try to use all the products that are released by the company.


This mobile phone has a lot of new features in it. Some of the most important and vital features of this mobile phone are listed here. This model comprises of a high quality 3.2-mega-pixels camera and also 2 GB of Micro SD card. The GPS and the 600 MHz processor available in this phone that has a 480x 420 display LCD and Bluetooth stereo with Wi-Fi connectivity make it one of the unique phones that are packed with some amazing features. The other features that are available in the phone are the AGSP, 3.5mm headset jack, Micro USB connector, 1200mAh battery and the memory that is expandable up to about 128MB of memory. It also supports the extra memory up to about 16GB.

It has the following services in its utility Google services including map with street view, search, YouTube, calendar, Gmail. The company has introduced it in silver/white, pink/white, white, aqua, blue/white. The weight of the headset is 104g. However, Sony Ericsson is not a big name in the world of US phones. In spite of this, people are seeing this model of Sony Ericsson on a global scale. There is only one exception and competition that is present for this mobile phone and that is Nokia. They are strictly implementing their own operating system on it’s every phone. Many people are waiting for Sony Ericsson to launch this mobile phone. It is expected that Xperia X8 will be launched in some parts of the world by the end of this summer season.

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