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Electronista: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Review

Electronista: It's hard to find a Sony Ericsson phone that could be considered truly ugly, but most of its designs in recent years have been either strictly functional or purposefully flashy: think the utilitarian C905 or the light-up K850. The Xperia X10 is thankfully beyond both of these. It's an attractive but understated design with only a little use of chrome and light. It's even very practical: the back is a rubberized finish that looks attractive but keeps a stable grip.

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Xperia X10 goes on sale for just a dollar on contract

Engadget: Okay, so a couple of weeks back, we wouldn't have cared if Best Buy was willing to give us money to carry the Xperia X10, we still would have steered clear of its flawed UI and outdated software.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10's multitouch update rolling out now

Engadget: That pinch-to-zoom update for the Xperia X10 that Japanese customers got an early lead on is now rolling out around the globe according to a new blog post from the boys and girls at Sony Ericsson.

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_Q_4862d ago

The fact that such a standard feature from a modern touch screen phone is lazy. I think when makers do things like this it reflects poorly on Android as an OS despite most versions nowadas fully support multi-touch.

michass84862d ago

Smartphones are very powerful piece of gadgets. they can do much more then we think, it even solve Sudoku faster than me :D

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro Gingerbread sequel leaked

Pocket-Lint: Last month we brought you news of reports that the teeny Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro could be on the receiving end of hardware and software revamp.

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