Xperia X10 Launching on Vodafone in April

Well Android fans, it seems that we now know when the Xperia X10 will be available to Vodafone customers.  While we still don’t have an exact date, we now know that the handset will be launching sometime in April.  The  Vodafone site is now listing the Xperia X10 as “coming soon.”  Unfortunately we are going to have to wait a little bit on the price, but lets hope it won’t break the bank.  As this phone has been an object of lust for me for quite sometime, I am really hoping a US carrier picks this handset up soon.

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  1. MrPants
    February 06, 07:58 Reply

    That looks real purty! Shame it's not going to be running Android 2.1 though :(

  2. star
    February 06, 22:07 Reply

    It will be upgraded to 2.1. But released on 1.6. Se has done a lot of updates though so it won't be standard android 1.6. Since 2.1 was not out when Se started to develop the phone they did alot of the features themselves like BT files transfer and OTA and other stuff. The X10will continue to get updates just like the apple brick.

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