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Everyone but U.S. (read: us) gets Xperia Sept. 30

Sony Ericsson has announced that Sept. 30 is when the Xperia X1 finally will see the light of day [via (opens in new tab)].

Just not in the United States.

According to a news release, the following countries will get their hot little hands on one of the year's most anticipated phones:

  • APAC: Indonesia, Singapore, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam
  • Western Europe: Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Portugal
  • Central Europe: Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic
  • Middle East: UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait
  • Africa: South Africa
  • Latin America: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia

Also in the works is a webcast demo on Sept. 15, and more launch events as part of London fashion week starting on Monday.

Check out the full release here (opens in new tab).

Edit: True, the UK, Germany and Sweden get the X1 on Sept. 30. Everyone else has to wait a little longer. Curse these early morning press releases! Thanks Lovsten for straightening us out!

WC Staff
WC Staff
2 Comments
  • I'm in UK. I am using a Touch Pro at the moment, and I find the keyboard pretty stiff, and the keys quite small. Maybe the keyboard deficit the Xperia has is not such a big deal after all.
    Surur
  • If you read the press release it's actually only Germany, UK and Sweden that will get the X1 at Sept. 30.
    The rest listed will get it during Q4 2008.
    Lucky me. I live in Sweden :)