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XPERIA X1 To Use MicroSD After All

As surur notes in our forums, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 won't be using the hateful, proprietary, Sony-Only Memory Stick format. It'll use microSD, like a proper smartphone should, assuming that the updated spec sheet is to be believed.

Surur also notes that the X1 might actually be running

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  • A little note for the people who was disappointed by the news that the Sony Ericsson Experia X1 only used proprietary M2 memory sticks, Sony Ericsson has again revised their spec sheet to say MicroSD.
    Thank god for that. I would have gotten it regardless, but now at least I can re-use my 8GB memory card.
    BTW, despite having been seen to run Wm6.1, insiders are still maintaining the device will be released with WM6.5.Size 110 x 17 x 53 mm
    4.3 x 0.7 x 2.1 inches
    Weight
    145 gr
    5.1 oz
    Available colors
    Solid Black
    Screen
    800 X 480
    65,536 color TFT
    Memory Up to 400 MB Phone Memory MicroSD support
    Actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration Networks
    GSM 850
    GSM 900
    GSM 1800
    GSM 1900
    EDGE
    HSDPA
    HSUPA
    UMTS 850
    UMTS 900
    UMTS 1700
    UMTS 1900
    UMTS 2100
    Battery performance may varyhttp://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/products/mobilephones/specifications/x1?cc=us&lc=en
    Surur
  • *dribbles* This would be the only handset to make me turn to the darkside!
    It's unusual for Sony to break away from their own memory cards...
  • I wouldn't be surprised if it has a dual loading slot that takes both M2 and micro SD, similar to SE's K850i.
    Aren't the two the same (albeit with minutely different form factors)?
  • Is just because Xperia is not a Sony but an HTC
    http://www.engadget.com/2008/02/10/no-wonder-sony-ericssons-xperia-x1-is...