Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Spb Infiltrates the Xperia X1
Posted by Darius Wey in "Pocket PC Software" @ 03:15 PM
"Spb Software, the world's leading maker of Windows Mobile applications, develops a user interface panel for Xperia™ X1. As part of the strategic partnership between Sony Ericsson and Spb Software, Spb has put forth a top-notch, Spb Mobile Shell-based solution that compliments the X1 in both style and speed. Taking advantage of the smartphone’s unique panel technology, impressive hardware and dynamic wide VGA touchscreen, this custom version of Spb Mobile Shell is optimized for the new Xperia, and comes with all X1 devices as a free download... Spb Mobile Shell is an application that improves the innate Windows Mobile user interface, making it more direct, logical, and slick. The first version of software came out in February 2007 and quickly gained recognition among end-users and media. Spb Mobile Shell fulfills the highest requirements of in-ROM software, paying a great deal of respect to criteria such as ROM, RAM, performance, battery life, and stability. Customized and improved menus of Windows Mobile devices are achieved without any damage to built-in system features or other third-party software."
Spb Software House: if it's not creating great software for general consumption, it's forging partnerships with some big names. For example, Sony Ericsson; the two companies have worked together to offer Xperia X1 users a treat. If you're one such user, check out the custom version of Spb Mobile Shell that's available for download. Shots after the break.
- Source: Press Release