Camera: 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Data Storage: Internal 1 GB storage, 256 MB RAM
microSD (TransFlash) up to 16GB, 8GB card included
Features: GPRS ,Bluetooth,3G
Ringtones: Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones, composerq
Entertainment: MP4/ H.263/ H.264/ WMV player
MP3/ e-AAC+/ WMA/ RA player
Weight: 135 g
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has a great look which makes a lot of promise, with a big 102mm (4 inch) screen and an 8.1 MP camera backed by a curvaceous booty. Unfortunately, it doesn't follow through on the flirting, due to its slightly older version of the Android operating system and user interface tweaks that need more polish.
The model is working on a standard version of Google's Android operating system. Android can be uninspiring and complex in places, so a little sparkle can really improve an OS that's otherwise powerful and fun. The X10 sports two headline features, Timescape and Mediascape. Timescape brings together everything from texts, email and tweets to recent photos and songs into a zippy timeline, which you flick through with a finger. A real good feature to be honest.
The bad thing however, is when trying to use it for social networks and surfing, as you can see the begining of posts or links, have to click them to get them open, and only then could move to an inner link if there is one.. Really slow and buggy if you ask for my opinion. Mediascape, on the other hand, is simply a great tool. It shows music, video and photos on your phone, and also displays your online photo albums from services such as Picasa and Facebook. In our tests, online photos sometimes took a moment to load, even over Wi-Fi.
More about the Andriod OS within: It runs version 1.6 of Android, rather than the latest version, 2.1, seen on the HTC Legend and others. If you haven't used Android before, you probably won't notice the difference -- you can still download and install apps, use Google Maps, and lots of other fun stuff. There are one or two features you'll miss out on though - the later version can support more than one Google account, for example, so if you have a Gmail account and a Google Apps account you can't use them both. But this won't affect many people, and most of the other holes have been plugged by Sony Ericsson. It's added support for Microsoft Exchange email, which many people use at work, since that feature wasn't added to Android until version 2.1.
# Great camera
# Integration with online photo albums
# Big 102mm screen
# Great connectivity
# Decent battery life for a smart phone
# 1GB on-board memory plus microSD support
# Android operating system
# Access to Android apps
# Photo light doesn't come on automatically
# Social-networking integration is pretty off
# Sluggish at rare times
# No multi-touch
# Older version of Android
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