Sony Ericsson 2008 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Sony Ericsson Articles for 2008

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 First Thoughts Preview

Sony Ericsson made headlines earlier this week by announcing its first Windows Mobile smartphone. The Xperia X1 is on display now at at tradeshow in Spain, and Brighthand's Kevin O'Brien[...]

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Preview 2

When Sony Ericsson first unveiled the Xperia X1, the company was somewhat hampered by the fact that this smartphone will run a version of Windows Mobile that had not yet[...]

Sony Ericsson Unveils Its First Windows Mobile Smartphone

After years making phones based on Symbian, Sony Ericsson has just taken a major step in a new direction by unveiling its very first device with Windows Mobile. *UPDATED*

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Launch Date Revealed

Ever since Sony Ericsson took the wraps off its first Windows Mobile smartphone, people have been eagerly awaiting this high-end device. Although its manufacturer has been vague about when the[...]

A Look Ahead at Smartphones Coming this Quarter

October is the beginning of a new quarter, and there are a number of smartphones scheduled to be released in the next three months.

Most Popular Smartphones and Handhelds of October 2008

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.

Most Popular Smartphones and Handhelds of November 2008

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.

Mobile Tech News — AT&T Tilt Updated, HTC and the Xperia X1, T-Mobile Sale

HTC Releases Small System Software Update for AT&T Tilt The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Will Be Manufactured by HTC T-Mobile Waiving Activation Fee for President's Day[...]

Mobile Tech News — JoikuSpot Premium for S60, Documents to Go for UIQ, and More

JoikuSpot Premium Turns S60 Smartphones into Professional-Grade Hotspots Documents to Go Premium Edition for UIQ Updated Nokia Chat Beta IM Application Released Sony Ericsson and[...]

Sony Ericsson Sold 100 Million Phones Last Year

Sony Ericsson has announced the results of its most recent financial quarter, but the big news was that the company passed a major milestone last year: 100 million handsets.

Sony Ericsson Announces Launch Dates for Xperia X1

Sony Ericsson has given an official launch date to its new Windows Mobile smartphone.

Xperia X1 Scores FCC Approval

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 has received approval from the FCC, an important hurdle in the process of being released in the United States.

Future Sony Ericsson WM Smartphones Won’t Be Made by HTC

Sony Ericsson is reportedly dropping HTC as the manufacturer of its Windows Mobile smartphones, and instead going with one of HTC's rivals.

Synchronize a Symbian Smartphone with Mac OS X Thanks to Missing Sync

Mark/Space's Missing Sync for Symbian allows both S60 and UIQ device to synchronize with a computer running Mac OS X.

Sony Xperia X1 Appears To Face Delay

Rumors swirling around Sony's high-end Windows Mobile handset, the XPERIA X1, suggest that software problems are going to result in the delay of the device's launch until the end of[...]

Xperia X1 Still Headed to the U.S. Soon, Despite Component Shortage

Sony Ericsson says production problems it's having with the Xperia X1 won't delay its release of the in the U.S., which is scheduled to happen in the next few weeks.[...]

Spb Mobile Shell Will Be Bundled with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1

Sony Ericsson has asked Spb Software to develop a user interface panel for the Xperia X1. This will be based on Spb Mobile Shell, this company's an alternate user interface[...]

U.S. Smartphones Sales Way Up; Standard Mobile Phone Sales Way Down

The number of mobile phones bought by U.S. consumers declined 13% last quarter, but sales of smartphones rose sharply.

Interview with Best Buy Mobile VP Scott Moore

Brighthand's Ed Hardy recently spoke with a senior executive at Best Buy Mobile about shopping for mobile phones in the U.S.

Nokia Now Owns the Symbian OS… Temporarily Anyway

Nokia has completed its offer to acquire Symbian Limited, the company responsible for the development of the Symbian operating system. This is an important step in the process of making[...]