Oh, look. There's the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2a (the "a" points to the North American version) on the Sony Style Web site. It's still not available for purchase, but we saw it at CES running Windows Mobile 6.5.3, and CNET says its been told to expect launch this spring. We're not holding our breaths, given the lack of expediency given the X1, but we'll definitely be glad to see it when it comes.
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It still uses the 528 MHz Qualcomm MSM7200A right? If so.. EPIC FAIL.
bahhh i am so disappointed by this phone as an X1 owner. I want it so bad.... Yet i dont at all.
Love to see some competition for the Droid. Right now the Droid does not do direct USB sync unless the OEM programs it. HTC gets a thumbs up for that.
It still uses the rightŅ
this phone as an X1 ownerŅ
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