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Sony Ericsson preparing XPERIA X2 for Wednesday reveal?

Sony Ericsson preparing XPERIA X2 for Wednesday reveal?

Sony Ericsson's last event delivered the Satio, Yari and Aino, but according to the latest rumors the company might be bringing along their XPERIA X2 to another press launch later this week.  Set to take place tomorrow, Wednesday 17th, in Singapore, there's no solid connection with the XPERIA X2, but the abundance of leaked photos and information about the upcoming smartphone would certainly suggest its nearing announcement.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 leaks?

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 leaks?

This, if Engadget's anonymous tipster is to be believed, is Sony Ericsson's unannounced XPERIA X2, the smartphone that will eventually replace the company's XPERIA X1.  Bearing a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, as with its predecessor, and what looks to be a curved profile, the X2 - codenamed "Vulcan" - bears the X Panel shortcut Sony Ericsson use to trigger their panel GUI.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 hits US November 28th for $800

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 hits US November 28th for $800

Sony Ericsson have finally confirmed the US launch date for their XPERIA X1 smartphone.  The Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro device - which has both a WVGA touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard - is available for preorder from today, with delivery and in-store sales beginning November 28th.  As for the price, unsubsidized the SE XPERIA X1 will cost $799.99.  That gets you quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and triband UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (850/1900/2100MHz) which, you might have noticed, does not include T-Mobile USA's commonly-used 1700MHz band.

Saab 9-X Air concept has remote XPERIA X1 control

Saab 9-X Air concept has remote XPERIA X1 control

Saab have partnered with Sony Ericsson to bring remote control of its latest vehicle to the touchscreen of the XPERIA X1.  Demonstrated at the launch of the Saab 9-X Air concept at the Paris Motor Show last week, the system would allow XPERIA X1 owners to remotely control ambient lighting, lock the car, control seating, switch the lights on and off, and open the rear compartment, all via Bluetooth.

Video demo after the cut

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