There are more XPERIA X10 Mini images this morning for you to check out. We got the above image from Sense.net, showing the form factor of the Android 2.3 powered handset. Also pictured is a bit of the UXP launcher that Sony is implementing into it’s Android builds.
The guys over Xperiax10.net have given us a glimpse of what seems to be the successor to the X10 mini or X10 mini pro. This device is running Gingerbread, and has a a 3-inch (320 x 480) multi-touch display, 1GHz processor and the Adreno 205 GPU.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is seeing its Android 2.1 update roll out across the world, hitting various carriers and countries right now. A common question we hear from our followers and readers is whether or not the AT&T version is going to see Eclair anytime soon.
This might be the perfect moments to sit down and sigh: “Finally…” After almost half a year of ridiculing Sony Ericsson for its hard-to-crack bootloader and speculating and dreaming about
The Sony Xperia X10 is a nice looking phone. Sony has always had a bit of style when it comes to their products. Unfortunately, they don’t always make the best software choices. Such it was with the Xperia X10 and the X10 Mini.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfWNKe8800Q[/youtube] If you got a chance to read our Xperia X10 review last week, you know that the one glaring problem that we found with an otherwise slick, sexy handset
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1TpesR1tZk[/youtube] This week I had the privilege of receiving a XPERIA X10 from Sony to play with and review, man I love my job! I have to admit that at
Head up kiddos, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is now officially available through AT&T. For $149.99 and a 2-year service agreement, you can grab one for yourself and enjoy a
Nearly a full year after the first leaks and official announcements, AT&T customers will be able to get their hands on the sexy and once top-of-the-line Android handset. Starting next week (August 15), new and eligible subscribers can grab the X10 for $149 after rebate.
Lets face it, everyone likes miniature trucks and cars, but we like them even more when there are carrying Xperia X10 mini’s around the streets of Paris. To mark the
Remember the Sony Ericsson handset from last week that fell somewhere in the middle between the Xperia X10 and the X10Mini? At the time it was suggested that the codename
By: Michael Schmidt Okay, I’ve had the X10 since 8:30pm last night now (but I had to sleep some) so here is my initial GutReactionReview™. This will be quick, and
Engadget Mobile is reporting that AT&T is signed up to receive the Sony Ericsson X10 in week 30 of the fiscal year. This could mean that we could see the handset released in late July or early August. This would bring AT&T to the Android table in a significant way, with the last of the “big 4” carriers supporting an Android flagship device. Their earlier Android handset entries being somewhat disappointing, the X10 could give the Android faithful on that carrier something to look forward to.