Sony Ericcson Xperia X10 Annouced, Runs Android, Guarantees Ecstasy!

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sony-ericsson-logo-whiteSony Ericsson has announced its much hyped Sony Ericsson Android phone. It’s the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 which is bundled with a bunch of interesting features and the exclusive Rachael Android UI to take your breath away, even if you forget that it comes with the most-talked-about .

It is designed to look sleek, curvy and beautifully arrests your attention at first sight. The face of the phone is sprawled by the beautiful 4-inch touch screen display almost to the end, where, presumably buttons for home screen, back and menu take over the screen’s stretch.

On its side is a pair of volume controllers and an audio jack at the top beside a set of standard buttons. A powerful 8.1 MP camera (the most powerful camera on an Android phone, yet) with a 16x digital zoom, auto focus, face recognition and geotagging features is flanked by a powerful dual LED flash.

The camera adds beauty to the back of the phones should be everything of goodness to earn your smile after each bright and lovable shot you click. Wonder, why Sony Ericsson does not entail Cybershot to its name.

Featured: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 in White

It is consecrated with a powerful 1GHz Shapdragon Qualcomm processor (yes, quite the same one that people worshipped in Toshiba TG01, Acer Liquid and HTC HD2) flanked by 256MB RAM and supports microSD card for up to 16GB storage space, if you wish to upgrade from the 8GB card that’s  already bundled with the box.

The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support will have a way with all the wireless connectivity you need while the mini USB port has been structured into the phone to allow you to share your favorite files with your computer and data transfer.

The preloaded Timescape application on the Xperia X10 ropes in Facebook, Twitter, emails, texts and more while Mediascape integrates music and suggests tracks from PlayNow besides organizing photos and videos for better user experience. Thanks, to the Sony Ericsson’s revolutionary UX interface.

Posterior View : Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 (black)

Well, if Andriod is supposed to be a talisman for Motorola,  for Motorola Droid, then why should Sony Ericsson be an  exception? We suppose not. Well, rubbing hands in anticipation would not be that bad if it is supposed to hit the streets in Q1 2010 in black and white skins.

What Price? Good question, but the official confirmations for the same are yet to surface, meanwhile you can pump in a few more details of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 from here.

And yes, should you hesitate to think, this Android phone will be eligible for the newest Android OS upgrade, the Android Éclair 2.0.  Oh, that’s just another reason to shower an applaud to the newest member in the family.

Watch the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android in action in the video below.

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  1. By: RitalinRehab on November 12, 2009 at 11:51 pm

    Stupidest commercial ever. But I like how everything seems to float and swirl when navigating the device, that's kinda nice.