Sony Ericsson introduces the XPERIA X10 to the world


Look what happens when I decide to actually call it a night, because it has barely been half a day since I posted about the upcoming Android-powered smartphone from Sony Ericsson. Well, now that I am suddenly remembering that it actually was already November 3rd in parts of the world during my last post, I find myself waking to the newly introduced XPERIA X10, the first phone from SE to run Google's finest.

Most of the specs are what we expected and right in line with what others are offering, such as the 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4-inch 854 x 480 capacitive touchscreen, and 8.1MP auto-focus camera with LED flash, along with 802.11bg, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, and quad-band GSM. It will be available in two colors, Sensuous Black or Luster White, and there will be an X10a model for North America.

Based on what I see, I believe I have found my next smartphone, but I'll have to wait until its release sometime in Q1 2010. Follow past the break for some more shots of this gorgeous device and the new Rachael interface, which is SE's take on Android UI customization.


[Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Press Release & Video]

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Chris King

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