'Expand full review Summary: It is overall, a great phones cos it has no bugs of Symbian which Nokia has suffered enough for themselves. '
'The overall feel of the handset is odd.'
'It takes clear, sharp photos with excellent colour reproduction.'
'The Satio is a smartphone that is neither smart, or really a phone.'
'The phone itself is pretty solid, despite being mostly made of plastic.'
'The phone is very good at playing all kinds of music.'
'The touch response is good, and as in both those previous models, the S-Class interface is a pleasure to use and runs slick enough.'
'It uses a proprietary headphone and charging jack instead, so you can't charge the phone and listen to music simultaneously. '
'Internal performance is sluggish.'
'Resistive screen .'
'It doesn't support multiple windows/tabs and the overall browsing experience isn't as fun and efficient as we have seen on phones like the Samsung Galaxy S and the Apple iPhone 3GS owing to the flawed touch UI. '
'We say things can look fine, because generally it doesn't.'
'Unfortunately the XPERIA X2 is not as polished — it uses far more plastic than its predecessor and doesn't look or feel like a premium smartphone.'
'A new 8.1 megapixel camera with autofocus is also on board, a significant upgrade from the 3.2 megapixel unit found on the X1. '
'As a whole, the cell phone feels equally and really comfortable to operate in both portrait or landscape modes.'
'Double-clicking the new SlideView button activates the grid and you can flip through all the panels on the handset. '
'The entire 4 inch screen is touch sensitive and it seems that the screen will be quite smooth.'
'Sony Ericsson has something cooking for November 3rd, and we're thinking it's the XPERIA X3, complete with that beautiful gesture-based Rachael user interface on its 4-inch screen. '
'The Sony Ericsson Xperia X3, Sony Ericsson’s first foray into Android, is looking tasty to the point where its older, more official Windows Mobile brother may get overlooked entirely.'
'But the most exclusive feature of Xperia X3 is its large sized camera. '