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Half-price until tomorrow.
29th August 2012
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29th May 2012
Latest OS refresh now rolling out.
16th April 2012
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3rd April 2012
Only small numbers affected by yellow tint, though.
The Xperia X10 is a great Android mobile phone, which teams a standout eight megapixel camera with a vast four-inch touchscreen and powerful Snapdragon Qualcomm processor.
Media and entertainment on the go is at the very heart of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. Watching videos on its expansive four-inch screen is a pleasure far removed from the standard mobile media experience. And thanks to Sony’s stereo knowhow, the X10 delivers rich, full sound quality when listening to music that makes it the equal of any dedicated personal stereo.
But that’s not all. As an Android phone, the X10 comes with a host of great Google apps pre-installed, including YouTube, GoogleTalk, Gmail and Maps. And buyers can choose from tens of thousands more from the Android Market, which offers everything from fun games to more practical business applications.
Imaging is another strong suit of the X10. The eight megapixel camera with image stablisation and face and smile detection technology takes great pictures every time. And it’s just as adept at capturing video footage, recording at an impressive 30 frames per second.
Other features of the X10 include 16GB of memory, so there’s plenty of room for all the music and movies you’ll want to store, push email with a handy document viewer for working on the go and HSDPA support for a fast web browsing experience.
Users also benefit from a Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon 1 GHz processor, which enables them to use more than one application at a time and really make the most of their time.
The Xperia X10 is the first ever mobile from Sony Ericsson to use Google's Android smartphone operating system. And what a debut phone it is.
In an in-depth review, Top10 gave the phone an outstanding 8/10, with particular praise reserved for its touchscreen user interface and video recording and viewing capabilities.
As well as the great features listed above, the phone comes with the 1.6 version of Android pre-installed. However, at a later date users will be able to upgrade to the latest 2.1 version of the platform - effectively meaning they get a state of the art, brand new mobile for no extra charge.