Sony announces the high-end smartphone "XPERIA X10" adopted Android officially, also released in Japan

High-performance smartphone Sony finally adopted Google's mobile phone "Android" "XPERIA X 10We officially announced.

It is a very high-performance model that adopted the 4.0-inch large-screen touch panel liquid crystal display and 8.1 million pixel camera, etc. It also supports music, video playback, 3D game. Furthermore, by adopting Sony's unique user interface "UX platform", intuitive operation is realized.

Details are as below.
Sony Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 introduces an open and integrated world of social media, communication and

According to this release, Sony Ericsson, a mobile phone maker of the Sony group, will release the smartphone "XPERIA X 10", which adopted Google's mobile phone OS "Android" in the first quarter of 2010, throughout the world including Japan is. The version of Android is 1.6.

"XPERIA X 10" is a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD 8250 (1 GHz) processor, 4.0 inch full wide VGA (480 x 854) touch panel liquid crystal, face recognition and 16 times digital zoom, 8.1 million pixel autofocus camera with touch focus function, GPS , Wireless LAN, Bluetooth, FM radio and so on, it also supports music, video playback, 3D games.

This is "XPERIA X10".

I set it sideways. The main body color is Sensuous Black and Luster White, two colors.

In addition to music playback functions and streaming-enabled movie playback functions, software called "Mediascape" that allows you to get artist's songs, photos, videos, etc. from YouTube and music download service "PlayNow" is preinstalled In addition to being able to enjoy various contents, it is also possible to purchase applications with Android Market and others.

Where content is being displayed

And by adopting a graphical unique user interface "UX platform" that can be used across SNS and applications, it is said that it can operate intuitively.

By the way, "XPERIA X10" corresponded communication method same as NTT DoCoMo etc.HSPA methodAlthough it has become, againThe Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported earlierAs expected, will NTT DoCoMo launch in Japan?

in Mobile, Posted by darkhorse_log