Along with an elegant look, compact size, powerful hardware and ingenious panel interface, the X2 comes with the latest version 6.5 of the operating system, having a 528MHz processor, 256MB RAM and 512MB ROM.
Similar to the Xperia X1, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 is a fantastic device. The design has been changes slightly, but the generic style of the X1 has been retained. The size of the screen ha increased and is now 3.2 inches (used to be 3´´ with the X1), having a resolution of 480×800 pixels and 65k color support. The image quality is great and the screen remains useable in the sunlight too.
The X2 comes with the QWERTY keyboard that has four extra buttons aimed at better navigation.
Connectivity and Internet
The Xperia X2 allows you to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi and 3G. However, unlike the X1, the Opera Mobile is not preinstalled onto the handset and the default browser is the standard Internet Explorer 6.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 has a built-in A-GPS. You also get the pre-installed software, Google Maps, but if for some reason you don’t like it, you can always go for a paid application like TomTom, Nav N Go iGo and others.
The most distinguishing feature of the X2 is the presence of an 8-megapixel camera that makes the Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 the only WM phone equipped with such a powerful sensor. The camera interface offers quite a few options, including touch focus, but is certainly not the fastest piece of software, and can be quite slow. It needs almost 6 seconds to start up, not to mention focusing and saving a snapshot takes about that much time as well.
Overall, the phone is not different as compared to its earlier version the X1, but the camera and the overall look do make it special.