I recently bought Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10, its mind blowing phone according to me, features are top notch and design is too dashing that no one beat it … According to UK, USA Mobile market survey its one of top 3 mobile in market…
The Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson’s first smartphone to feature Google’s Android OS, and it comes with a range of impressive specifications. The Xperia X10 features a 4 inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 854.
It is powered by a Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor and had an eight megapixel camera with built in autofocus and an LED flash. There is also integrated WiFi, and A-GPS. The Sony Ericsson X10 comes with Google Android 1.6 plus a custom user interface from Sony.
You get 1GB of storage built in and it also comes with an 8GB microSD card as standard. Other features include an accelerometer and a proximity sensor, Bluetooth 2.1 and support for HSDPA and HSUPA connectivity. After unwrapping the X10 the first thing you notice is the screen, at 4 inches it is pretty big, the display is crisp and clear, and the colors are nice and bright.
The Xperia X10 features a eight megapixel camera with an LED flash and autofocus, the camera works pretty well, and is definitely one of the most impressive ones we have tested on a smartphone.
As well as being able to take still photos, the X10’s camera is also capable or recording video in WVGA at a frame rate of 30 frames per second. The X10 does a good job with video, and it is definitely more capable of recording decent quality video clips than some of the other mobile phones with video cameras we have tested.
Where the Sony Ericsson really shines is with music, and video, Sony’s Mediascape application is great and it makes it really easy to access your photos, music and videos, and it displays your most recently played media.
The audio quality of the X10 is very good, and the bundled headphones that come with it do a reasonable jobs, although if you add a quality pair of headphones to the X10 you will be impressed with the sound quality.
Overall considering that the Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson’s first smarpthone to feature Google’s Android OS, I would say they have done a pretty good job. The only downside to the Xperia X10 is that it comes with Google’s Android 1.6.
* Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G support
* 10.2 Mbps HSDPA and 2 Mbps HSUPA support
* 4″ capacitive touchscreen of WVGA (480 x 854 pixel) resolution and scratch-resistant surface
* 16M-color ready (65K effective colors under Android OS v1.6)
* Android OS v1.6 with complete Sony Ericsson UI customization
* Timescape and Mediascape UI
* Excellent social networking integration
* Excellent build quality
* Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon 1 GHz CPU, OpenGL ES 2.0 support; 384 MB of RAM
* 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash, touch focus, image stabilization, geotagging, face and smile detection
* WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) video recording @ 30fps
* Wi-Fi and GPS with A-GPS
* 1GB storage, microSD slot, bundled with an 8GB card
* Accelerometer and proximity sensor
* Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
* microUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth v2.1
* Document viewer
* Li-Po 1500 mAh (BST-41) battery
* Great audio quality
* No DivX and XviD video playback
* No smart dialing
* Limited storage available to the user on the system partition (you are left with only 512 MB for installing apps)
* No secondary video-call camera (or videocalling whatsoever)
* No free GPS navigation solution
* No Flash support for the web browser
* No FM radio
* An extra xenon flash would’ve made the very good camera perfect
* Feeble loudspeaker