The name of the phone can be considered that the XPERIA X10 is the successor of the phone in XPERIA X1 and X2, but it is radically different. The biggest difference is that the latest XPERIA comes with Android OS 1.6 instead of Microsoft's operating system, but the device is also very different in hardware. There is no hardware keyboard on the XPERIA X10 and all interactions are done using a 4 inch capacitive touchscreen and three buttons underneath the screen, while underneath the surface sticks the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor at clock speed of 1 GHz.  XPERIA X10 is the first Sony Ericsson phone with Android OS, and now has the technical specifications of the most powerful smartphone from this manufacturer. Awaiting launch was a fairly long time since the announcement and the main reason is a significant change in the user interface using the user interface. Unlike an Android phone user interface, Sony Ericsson has focused on multimedia and telecommunications connections.
A completely small box that comes into the package does not imply that the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 is really a big device. It is the largest and heaviest Sony Ericsson mobile phone to date and one of the largest mobile phones at all. Obviously, this must be because the big screen that covers almost everything in front of the phone, but because of these sizes (119 x 63 x 13 mm), it fits comfortably only in a larger hand and it will be less comfortable for a female population, and therefore less interesting.
4-inch capacitive display delivers outstanding image quality with resolution of 854 x 480 pixels and 64k colors. Android OS for version 1.6 comes with a 64K color limit, but the XPERIA X10 can be upgraded to the latest version of the operating system, 2.2, which exceeds the 16M color. This difference is hardly noticeable in the blue eyes, so it does not diminish the experience of this superior display, certainly the best in comparison with any previous Sony Ericsson phone.
Multi-touch, however, is not supported and Bad news is not supported, even with Android OS version 2.1 (or any of the following) due to "hardware limitation", as stated in Sony Ericsson. Therefore, it's not possible to zoom in to web pages or images by using a "pinch" gesture like more and more of other phones that come with Google's OS support. Instead, the zoom is done by pressing the symbols marked with a plus and a minus signal indicating that the appropriate conditions are shown on the screen, but it can still be seen as one of the biggest disadvantages of this phone.
Source by Ron Higgens