Sony Ericsson just made a press release a couple of weeks ago about their newest showcase in revolutionizing social media, communication and entertainment with their latest flagship mobile phone, the EXPERIA X10.
XPERIA X10 operates on top of the Android Donut 1.6 platform, enabling them to come up with a new user interface dubbed as the UX (User eXperience), which features Sony Ericsson’s signature applications like Timescape and Mediascape. With the first to blend together communications and social networking lifestyle like with your Tweeter tweets, Facebook status updates, calls and text messages. The latter deals with your multimedia experience, jamming all your music, videos and photos together fluidly. Not to mention it can also make track suggestions according to your taste of songs, and also have a cool face recognition that can automatically tag your friends’ faces. This one also allows you to instantly call your friends by just tapping on their faces when viewing their photos.
The handset is powered with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and packed with an 8.1 megapixel camera with up to 16x digital zoom displayed on a 480 x 854 pixels (WVGA) screen. It supports GPS and Google Maps with standard connectivities like bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It comes with a free 8GB microSD and Sony Ericsson’s WM600, their new Wireless Stereo Headset with a built-in FM Radio.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 is actually aimed to be out in the market by February 2010 first in the UK.