Posts Tagged ‘HTC’

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1: Design Review

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Sony Ericsson’s had its fair share of troubles lately, posting operating losses and restructuring efforts all over the place.  Even SEMC’s mothership, Sony is nearly drowning from its losses.  Their latest iteration, the Sony XPERIA X1, jointly built with HTC (but still under SEMC’s branding), seems to be the company’s greatest hope and shining beacon on a hill. 

The question is:  How bright does this device shine amongst such proven powerhouses like RIM, Apple, and Nokia?  The full design review — after the break.


T-Mobile G1: Design Review

Friday, October 31st, 2008


Being just excited as the next gadgeteer, I was able to take the newly launched gPhone HTC Dream T-Mobile G1 for a spin!  Touting its strong and ever-so-long list of functionality including 3G/WiFi/Bluetooth/GPS, HTC slaps on Google’s infamous Android OS offering in an attempt to combat this gosh-darned touchscreen market.  Of course, its glamour isn’t the touchscreen nor that Leno-chinned, QWERTY keyboard hardware; it’s the open-sourced software that allows designers and developers all over the world to contribute and create the most mind-blowing apps available.

In this design review, I put the G1 through it’s paces.  Don’t hesitate – you want to continue reading.