If there’s anyone out there still using a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, there’s no doubt you’ve been waiting a long time for this. Now available for download and installation, Gingerbread for the Xperia X10 has been finally released.
Among the normal Gingerbread-flavored enhancements throughout Android 2.3.3, you’ll find a whole slew of new Sony Ericsson ... Read More »
The guys and gals at Sony Ericsson want you to know just how busy they’ve been updating the Xperia X10 to Gingerbread. The company just posted on its blog a brief summary of where they are in terms of getting Xperia X10 users some Gingerbread goodness.
Sony Ericsson also took the opportunity to ... Read More »
While playing with the SONY Ericsson XPERIA Arc at SONY’s booth at CES, we were told that the XPERIA Arc’s camera featured substantial improvements over the year’s XPERIA X10. We played around with the camera a bit and tried emailing the image files we took to ourselves. Since the handsets were connected over EDGE, the ... Read More »
If you are one of the 3 million Samsung Galaxy S owners waiting on Android 2.2, just be glad you didn’t go with a Sony Ericsson X10 phone on AT&T. That device shipped with the outdated Android 1.6 in August and it might not even get Android 2.1 till next year.
What is the ... Read More »
We’re not quite sure we agree with SONY Ericsson’s “Smarter is here” statement, but we can say that the XPERIA X10 has finally landed on this side of the Atlantic. The Android handset will be launching on AT&T on August 15th for $149.99 with a new two year agreement and data package. Like the X10 ... Read More »
The wait is finally almost over! SONY has put up a countdown on their SONY Style website today which is due to expire tomorrow morning. The page itself doesn’t give off many clues besides the back side of a phone which looks strikingly similar to the SONY Ericsson XPERIA X10. Since I personally don’t like ... Read More »
The SONY Ericsson EXPERIA X10 is a formidable phone for Android enthusiasts, but things are about to heat up. The Snapdragon powered Android 1.6 phone has finally been rooted after being available in Europe and Asian since the middle of April.
Those who have used the X10 mainly complain about the fact that it’s running ... Read More »
That’s the fact, Jack. Custom versions of Android take longer to upgrade than stock. Most carriers and handset makers expect to upgrade their first gen devices to Android 2.1 in Q2, but Sony Ericsson will wait till Q4 2010.
The news comes via the Sony Ericsson Product Blog which states the ... Read More »
Can Sony Ericssons’ X10 stand out in a sea of Android 2.1 phones?
Is anyone out there still willing to plop down the cash to pick up the X10 if it ever comes out?