Last week AT&T has announced that they will be selling Sony Ericsson’s Android-based flagman – Xperia X10, starting from 15 August. The mobile phone is available for 149.99$ with a 2-year contract.


Although the device , which is available to the rest of the world since February 2010, comes equipped with Android 1.6 OS, which is a bit old but an update to 2.1 is expected in 3rd quarter of 2010, it is still a hi-tech gadget, desired by many people. It features a nice 4-inch touchscreen WVGA  display with 480×854 resolution, 1GB internal storage – more than enough for the available applications on the market, 384MB RAM and 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

If you are keen on photography, you will certainly like the 8.1-megapixel camera, capable of 16x zoom, video recording at 30fps, auto focus and face and smile detection.  If you are more like an adventurer, then the built in GPS and digital compass will be your favourite features. For the multimedia lovers there comes the Mediascape interface – it allows you to download music, videos and pictures from various sources, you can also receive various information about the currently playing media plus many other useful features.  X10 has great integration with Facebook , Twitter, YouTube and most of Google’s services among which are the calendar, Gmail, Google maps and Gtalk.

Sony Ericsson X10