The unveiling of the Xperia X1 phone in Barcelona on 10 February marked the launch of Sony Ericsson’s Xperia brand. Designed by its in-house team, the X1 has a qwerty keyboard, four-way key, optical joystick navigation and a 10cm clear wide-screen display. The distance between the keyboard’s keys is designed to make writing fast and easy. The phone looks set to challenge the Apple iPhone and has been designed for use in Web and mobile communications, for entertainment purposes and as a work tool. It will be available in selected markets from the second half of the year.
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