Sony Ericssion Xperia X10 gets a makover by Gingerbread
March 29th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

November 2009 saw the launch of Sony Ericssion Xperia X10 on Android os 1.6 (Donut). It had come a long way since then.

It now not only supports Eclair but also Gingerbread.It can be safely said that Xperia X10 stands on top of the available conventional Android handset for  buyers looking at an upgrade to Orange (called XTE Blade).

It offers some great features combined with matching specifications. Storage capabilities include a 384MB RAM and 1 GB onboard storage. The 4 inch OLED capacitive screen was the highest screen resolution(480×854 pixels) offered by any smartphone at the time of launch.Following the trend, it can support 32GB microSD cards, Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio and DLNA. Good camera resolution of 8 megapixel with LED flash and AF should suffice.

Xperia X10 is a good buy and is easier on the pocket priced within £300. It is even cheaper than the HTC Desire.One can also own an Xperia X10 on a pay monthly contract.The buyer should shell out £20.42 per month for 18 months with £25 automatic cashback.The TCO with this contract costs a little over £342.56 but is interest free. The buyer however gets data allowance of 1 GB in addition to 100 minutes talk time and 100 texts monthly for the extra  £48.

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