Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 – Is there a reason for connecting one or HTC legend?

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 features a large 4 inch display and 8 mega pixel camera. The smartphone was announced in November 2009. It hit the market in March 2010.

The Xperia X10 has a 4-inch display with 480 x 854 pixels. Unlike the Google Nexus One, with a retina AMOLED display, the Xperia X10 has a plain old TFT display. Still, the screen is good. Colors are bright and bright.

Operating System
At this moment, X10 controls an old version of Android (1.6 or Donut). Updates to the latest version are expected later this year.

Sony Ericsson smartphones have always had a great camera. The X10 is no different. It has an 8 megapixel snapper that offers outstanding image quality. Smile detection works well, but the facial diagnosis is more lacking than a stroke. There is no Xenon flash and due to restrictions on Android 1.6, the LED light does not work as the correct flash.

Xperia X10 has the same 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor as the Google Nexus One. But since Android 1.6 does not support hardware acceleration, it does not feel very classy.

User Interface and Browser

Xperia X10 offers a new user product, thanks to Timescape and Mediascape interface. Timescape is a murderer. It is basically an animated pile of 3D tiles. Each chip represents certain events in your life, such as Facebook update, tweet, email or photo. These tiles are arranged in the order they took place. Timescape allows you to have your social life all in one place, but it runs a bit slowly slowly sometimes.

Mediascape is the media player X10. Based on Android standards, it's a very good application. Mediascape lets you quickly access music, movies and photos stored on your phone or online. Now PlayNow is one online service that supports Mediascape. But more plugins should come soon.

Xperia X10 supports a wide range of connectivity options, including GSM / GPRS / EDGE, Wi-Fi b / g and Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and file transfer. There is a microUSB port to connect the phone to your computer. There is also a microSD memory card slot but it's not a hot switch, since you need to remove the battery to access the slot.

Other useful features include built-in A-GPS and Google Maps for Local Search. Your smartphone also has a test version of Wisepilot pre-installed for satellite navigation.

Xperia X10 has the right hardware, it runs a somewhat old-fashioned operating system. Updating the latest version of Android will give your phone a better chance against Nexus One and HTC Legend.

Xperia X10:
Screen: 4 inch TFT display with 480 x 854 pixels
Processor: 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
Camera: 8 Megapixel Camera with LED Lighting System
Connectivity: A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi, HSDPA
Battery life: 8hours talk time on 3G, 425 hours standby

Source by Manjusha Nambiar

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