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Pocket-Lint - Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 revisited: updating to Android 2.1

Pocket-Lint - Sony Ericsson has made some fantastic devices in the past. In fact, our illustrious mobile phone ownership started with the likes of the Sony Ericsson T39 and T68i (with the clip-on camera module) and we’ve still got a T610 kicking around the office, not to mention the likes of the W995, perhaps the last great Walkman phone.

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CLIQ XT won't get Android 2.1 upgrade, Motorola's word as good as dirt

Engadget: Motorola's dangled an Android 2.1 upgrade in front of CLIQ XT users for what seems like forever -- now it's putting away the bait indefinitely. In a statement released this morning, the company said that despite months of rigorous testing, the phone will remain on Android 1.5. We first heard promises of an update in June last year, but Motorola quickly reneged. In November, its predecessor got an upgrade, but the CLIQ XT was left hanging.

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_Q_4769d ago

Man that has got to sting. I think T-Mobile should offer something to the Cliq XT fans. My poor coworker is so pissed right now about this...

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No Android Updates For Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Beyond 2.1

AC: Sony Ericsson has confirmed to Android Community this morning that the XPERIA X10, X10 mini and X10 mini pro will see no further Android OS updates beyond Android 2.1 Eclair. The news is likely to come as a significant disappointment to early-adopters of Sony Ericsson’s Android range.

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E FUN Next3 Android 2.1 tablet available for $230, real fun sold separately

Engadget: Getting sick of cheap Android tablets and e-readers? Boy, we hope not, because E FUN's Next3 is just one of many being announced in time for CES 2011. As you may have gleaned from the headline, the Nextbook Next3 runs Android 2.1 and has the usual array of specs for its $230 price -- a resistive, 800 x 600-resolution 8.4-inch display, a 600MHz Rockchip processor, WiFi 802.11 b/g, 2GB of onboard storage, and an SD card slot.

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