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Posted: 2009-11-18 10:13
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On 2009-11-17 23:25:20, domipost wrote:
Did anybody actually read the text? It says: No fastport, but a MicroUSB + 3.5mm jack



Wow, I can't believe it. Those two features combined will boost its popularity. Regarding its looks, It certain looks different from anything else out there.
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Posted: 2009-11-18 10:41
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Am I the only one who likes Kurara's design?
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Hazel
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Posted: 2009-11-18 10:48
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I'm a bit undecided yet.When Rachael first leaked I thought it was quite ugly,too. But now I've seen it irl i think it's gorgeous. I think Kurara will be better then I think of it now
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Posted: 2009-11-18 11:01
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It's still not interesting yet


On 2009-11-17 21:30:08, xell wrote:
Way to go Miz, you were mentioned by @SonyEricssonBE as "nice blog to follow".



Oh, cool!
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Posted: 2009-11-18 12:01
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Score!
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Posted: 2009-11-18 18:50
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Sony Ericsson X10 : Coming To T-Mobile?

Time to put the Sony Xperia X10 rumors to rest with one single
statement: it's coming. I had a SonyEricsson rep in my store today. As
we stood in the corner of the store talking about the Equinox, I
straight up said to him, "I know you probably can't say anything. But
does Sony have any plans to launch a data device?" For which he
replied, "actually I can tell you, and the Answer is YES!" he told me
that in 2010 Sony plans to launch a myriad of devices with full
capacitive touch screens, qwerty keyboards, powered by Android, and
cameras in the range of 12.1 megapixels. This sounded oddly familiar to
me. So I asked if one of those happened to be the X10. He said yes.
Right now Sony is gearing up to launch the X10 in time for the holiday
season of 2010. No only that, but Sony is working on some incredible
technology to incorporate with these devices. Picture this, PSP and PS3
users will literally be able tonay their games, watch their movies, and
listen to their music from relate Sony devices directly on their
phones. He said not to expect a Sony device for atleast another 6
months but to plan for a big year in 2010.

[ This Message was edited by: juris15 on 2009-11-18 17:51 ]
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Posted: 2009-11-18 18:53
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Right now Sony is gearing up to launch the X10 in time for the holiday
season of 2010.
Xmas '10?
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juris15
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Posted: 2009-11-18 18:56
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maybe new year? new year,new life, new cellphone!
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Posted: 2009-11-18 18:56
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The front end looks a bit like the Omnia HD, not that it's a bad thing.
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Posted: 2009-11-18 18:58
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On 2009-11-18 18:50:59, juris15 wrote:
Sony Ericsson X10 : Coming To T-Mobile?

Time to put the Sony Xperia X10 rumors to rest with one single
statement: it's coming. I had a SonyEricsson rep in my store today. As
we stood in the corner of the store talking about the Equinox, I
straight up said to him, "I know you probably can't say anything. But
does Sony have any plans to launch a data device?" For which he
replied, "actually I can tell you, and the Answer is YES!" he told me
that in 2010 Sony plans to launch a myriad of devices with full
capacitive touch screens, qwerty keyboards, powered by Android, and
cameras in the range of 12.1 megapixels. This sounded oddly familiar to
me. So I asked if one of those happened to be the X10. He said yes.
Right now Sony is gearing up to launch the X10 in time for the holiday
season of 2010. No only that, but Sony is working on some incredible
technology to incorporate with these devices. Picture this, PSP and PS3
users will literally be able tonay their games, watch their movies, and
listen to their music from relate Sony devices directly on their
phones. He said not to expect a Sony device for atleast another 6
months but to plan for a big year in 2010.

[ This Message was edited by: juris15 on 2009-11-18 17:51 ]



Lots of "Sony" in that tip so I will totally discard the info of that tip.
xell
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Posted: 2009-11-18 19:08
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It's not that unusual in the US to disregard the Ericsson part, the phones are sold through Sonystyle and all...
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Posted: 2009-11-18 20:19
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OUCH! SE is getting leaner...

http://triangle.bizjournals.c[....]tories/2009/11/16/daily38.html


Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 10:35am EST | Modified: Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 1:08pm
Sony Ericsson closing RTP operation, costing 400-plus jobs
Triangle Business Journal - by Frank Vinluan

TBJ file photo
Sony Ericsson's North American HQ in RTP.

Sony Ericsson will close its Research Triangle Park operation by the third quarter of 2010, throwing 420 local employees out of work as part of a global consolidation of regional offices projected to cut 2,000 jobs companywide.

Workers were given the news Wednesday morning during a one-hour meeting at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Cary. As part of the consolidation, the London-based mobile handset maker will move its North American headquarters from Research Triangle Park to Atlanta. The company’s North American research and development operation will move from RTP to Redwood Shores, Calif., just outside San Francisco, where the company currently works on smart phones.

Karen Morris, vice president of marketing for the North American region, said Atlanta was chosen for the headquarters because of its proximity to major operations of AT&T, one of the company’s largest customers and because of the international airport connections available through Atlanta’s hub.

The consolidation comes a little more than a year after Sony Ericsson announced a company-wide cost cutting plan that led to the loss of 2,000 jobs. Sony Ericsson currently employs about 9,900 globally. Morris said the company will have meetings with individual employees in the first quarter. Some will be offered the opportunity to work in California or Atlanta. Those who are not will be offered severance.

The consolidation means Latin America will no longer be considered a separate region from North America. The combined regions will become Region Americas. The Miami office that led Latin America will close. Sony Ericsson will also close offices in San Diego and Seattle.

Sony Ericsson also will phase out its Chennai, India, office as the company’s India region merges with its Asia-Pacific region. The company is phasing out a development center in Kista, Sweden. Work there will move to the company’s Lund, Sweden, location. The consolidation will leave Sony Ericsson with four R&D centers: Lund, Tokyo, Beijing and Redwood Shores.

Sony Ericsson is the No. 4 handset maker with 4.9 percent market share, according to research firm IDC.


I just hope keeps the contacts of hard working individuals since this X10 will get HUGE sales here in North America if launched quickly (January-February 2010 is just fine).
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Posted: 2009-11-18 23:00
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Robyn is Android 2.0 phone with about 2" QVGA screen and it is very, very small with no keys? (according to rune)

Anyone can confirm this?
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Posted: 2009-11-18 23:01
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Let's wait for "answers".

@prom1: that was posted in the generals.
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Posted: 2009-11-18 23:05
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On 2009-11-18 23:00:07, sunrise_ wrote:
Robyn is Android 2.0 phone with about 2" QVGA screen and it is very, very small with no keys? (according to rune)

Anyone can confirm this?



Seems a bit strange to me... Typing on a 3" onscreen keyboard is hell already, imagine what it's like on 2". That would be something like the LG GD910, which wasn't really nice for typing
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