We did a preview of Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA Arc a couple of days back. Our first impressions with the phone have been really good. The phone clearly beats the XPERIA X10 in speed, size, camera etc.
We did a head-to-head comparison between the XPERIA Arc and XPERIA X10 – mostly with photos. Sorry, no videos this time.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc is one of the most gorgeous handsets I have ever used – and is available out in the market. It was announced at MWC11 this year and was launched in UK around a week ago.
This is the latest flagship device from Sony Ericsson, which is also the successor to XPERIA X10. Talking about the X10, Sony Ericsson managed it quite well to mess up that phone with a very late launch, delayed OS upgrades etc. and we hope they don’t do the same with the Arc.
Sony Ericsson has always been very lazy and slow to roll out Android software updates to its XPERIA series. We all know how long it took Sony Ericsson to bring the Eclair (Android 2.1) update on the XPERIA X10.
XPERIA X10 Ginmgerbread update would certainly be a treat for the X10 users since Sony Ericsson seems to have dropped their plans for the Froyo (Android 2.2) update.
The much awaited Sony Ericsson Android-based smartphone, XPERIA X10, will be released in India on 26 March. The new XPERIA X10 runs Android 1.6 operating system and features a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen display, 1 GB RAM, 8 megapixels camera with LED flash and a Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon 1 GHz processor.
Sony Ericsson also announced that at the moment, the phone will run Android 1.6 OS but they will launch an update, Android 2.1, for the phone in the near future. Rumors suggest that the price of the phone will be around 30,000 INR. Click here for XPERIA X10 official unboxing video.
Few days back, we posted a video by SE officials unboxing the XPERIA X10. We had some idea that they will be introducing new interface for their new smartphones, XPERIA X10.
Sony Ericsson has designed a completely new interface called UXP or User Experience Platform. It is based on Sony Ericssonâ€™s latest phones, XPERIA X10, X10 mini and X10 Pro, based on Android OS.
Sony Ericsson has still not confirmed the availability of its XPERIA X10 except the official announcement and the leaked images of it’s next Android phone (codenamed Robyn) are already floating around on the web.
Sony Ericsson Robyn looks like a younger brother (smaller version) the XPERIA X10 and it runs on the same custom UI developed by SE which powers the XPERIA X10.
We just got the announcement of Google Nexus One confirmed release date and pricing. Nexus One is releasing on January 5, 2010 for just $199.
Sony Ericsson is yet to make an official announcement on when the XPERIA X10 will be out in the stores, but some unconfirmed sources suggest it will be out on January 18.