Sony Ericsson is set to bring the Xperia X10 Miniand Xperia X10 Mini Pro versions of its Xperia X10 to the UK in June, according to new reports.
The phones will be leaving the factory in the next few months, before making their way to mobile markets around the world.
Manufacturer Foxconn will be building the two smartphones for Sony Ericsson in Asia and then passing on the stock to European retailers in the near future.
Digitimes reports that Acer-branded mobiles will also be produced by Foxconn soon, which implies that an Android-based barrage of smartphones will be hitting the shelves in the coming months.
Sony Ericsson will make the full sized Xperia X10 available from March 18th, which means that most people interested in the smartphone will be able to get their hands on it from today.
The X10 is a landmark launch for Sony Ericsson as it is the firm's first Android-based smartphone. It will also be seen by many as an important product because it could renew Sony Ericsson's reputation after it has endured a number of sub-par smartphone launches.
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