Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 [Specs, Video]

Sony`s Xperia range of products are coming to rock the Mobile market with couple of Android phones. We’ve seen Sony XPERIA X3 with Android. Today, arrives the news of Xperia X10.
With a 1GHz Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm, 4-inch capacitive touch display, an 8.1 megapixel camera, and the lovely Rachael Android UI, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 will be a great 2010 product for Sony Ericsson.

On the downside, Snapdragon sucks battery juice, but this can change over time as software gets more mature.

As far as the unpolished UI goes, Sony Ericsson has already put some personal touches on there with Timescape and Mediascape, which aggregate all communication and media, respectively. While those features seem fantastic in theory, the early software build left questions as to just how seamless and smooth they truly are.

There’s barely any internal memory, though an 8GB MicroSD card is included to remedy that. Right now the device has no Accelerometer and Multitouch support, which sucks. May be we would have them soon in the final release.

Meanwhile, Watch the Official Video:

and
Hands-on

XPERIA X10 Specs
Camera
• 8.1 megapixel camera
• Up to 16x digital zoom
• Auto focus
• Intelligent face recognition features
• Geo tagging
• Image and video stabilizer
• Photo and video light
• Send to web (photo and video upload)
• Smile detection
• Touch focus
• Video recording
• Recent shot tray
Music
• Album art
• Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
• Media player
• Music tones (MP3/AAC)
• PlayNow™
• TrackID™
Web
• Bookmarks
• Google™ search (from standby)
• Web feeds
• WebKit web browser
Communication
• Sony Ericsson Timescape™
• Speakerphone
• Vibrating alert
Messaging
• Conversations
• Email
• Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync®
• Picture messaging (MMS)
• Predictive text input
• Text messaging (SMS)
Design
• Auto rotate
• Gesture control
• Picture wallpaper
• Touchscreen
Entertainment
• 3D games
• Media browser
• Infinite button
• Video streaming
• Video viewing
• YouTube™
Organiser
• Alarm clock
• Calculator
• Calendar
• Flight mode
• Infinite button
• Office suite
• Phone book with dialer
• World clock
Location-based services
• A-GPS
• Google Maps™
• Wisepilot™ turn-by-turn navigation* (free trial version)
• *The service may not be available in every market. For more information, go to www.sonyericsson.wisepilot.com
Connectivity
• 3.5 mm audio jack
• Bluetooth™ technology
• Micro USB connector
• Synchronisation
• USB support
• Wi-Fi™
Preloaded applications
• Sony Ericsson Timescape™
• Sony Ericsson Mediascape
• Sony Ericsson Home with clock widget
• Sony Ericsson Sync
• Android Market™ Client
• Gmail™
• Google Calendar™
• Google Maps™ with Street View
• Google Media Uploader
• Google phone-top search
• Google search widget
• Google Talk™
• Google Voice Search™
• Network Location Provider
• Set-up Wizard
• YouTube™
Screen
• 262,144 colour TFT touchscreen
• 4.0 inches
• 480 x 854 pixels (WVGA)
• Scratch-resistant
Accessories In-Box:
• XPERIA™ X10
• Battery
• Stereo portable handsfree
• 8 GB microSD™ card
• Micro USB cable for charging, synchronisation and file transfer
• User documentation
Optional:
• Hi-Fi Wireless Headset with FM Radio MW600
• Car Charger AN300
• Screen Protector ET902
Facts
• Size: 119 x 63 x 13 mm
• Weight: 135 grams
• Phone memory: Up to 1 GB
• Memory card support: microSD™
• Memory card included: 8 GB
• Operating system: Google™ Android Donut, version 1.6
• Processor: 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon™ QSD8250
Availability and versions
• Networks
• UMTS HSPA 900/1700/2100
• GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
• UMTS HSPA 800/1900/2100
• GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
• Available in selected markets in Q1 2010
Color
• Sensuous Black
• Luster White

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  • rosymarshal

    I remain unsure of that interface. Especially the contacts list. I like to get through my contacts fast. I'm pretty sure there'd be some kind of search box. But that floating glass violates rule number one of interface design: don't make flash more important than usefulness. I am happy to see, though, this trend of including large amounts of storage space as included MicroSD cards. Between a phone that has 8GB of onboard memory and a phone with an 8GB removable card, I'm with the card.

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    • The Interface will evolve and we would see it becoming more handy. Right now it's all eye candy that we can see! Thanks for your Input. I too agree on the Card.

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