Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 X10a - 1GB - Sensuous black (Unlocked) Smartphone
About this product
|Simplify your life with the outstanding Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini cell phone. Operating on the Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) system, this sensuous black Sony Ericsson XPERIA gives access to Google Mobile services and more. Plus, the 4-inch scratch-resistant touchscreen of this Wi-Fi-enabled smartphone ensures ease at navigation. Thanks to the 8.1 MP camera, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini cell phone lets you capture excellent quality photos and videos. With an A-GPS support, this 1 GB Sony Ericsson XPERIA provides navigational assistance. Also noteworthy, the voice memo functionality of this Wi-Fi-enabled smartphone allows you to capture and share audio recordings on-the-go.|
|Family Line||Sony Ericsson XPERIA|
|Network Technology||GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSDHC|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Display Resolution||480 x 854 pixels|
|Color Depth||24-bit (16.7 million colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
Most relevant reviews
- shiroi87Sep 4, 2010by
Good phone, some flaws though
Coming from a iPhone 3GS, I have mixed feelings with this phone.<br><br>First, the touch isn't as good as the iPhone, it lacks multitouch which I miss it a loot zooming in webpages for example. It still has Android 1.6 which is a little dated and even though it has a Snapdragon 1GHz processor, sometimes I feel it slower than my older phone.<br><br>Fortunately Sony will give us a 2.1 update the end of September, and well, it has good points too.. the screen is huge and nice, the camera is really good for a phone, night photos still suck but at least you can photo something at night, with the iphone you just couldn't, being Android is a lot more open for applications and more customizable.<br><br>You won't regret getting one anyway, it's a really good phone. Just wish Sony could let you get stock android and not with their propietary apps.Read full review
- mageesamaSep 27, 2013by
Excellent phone! excellent price!
I purchased this phone because i always liked this model of sony ericsson and i needed one for my boyfriend so.<br>I like everything about it except one thing it could be better in sound.
- sikaluzwech2012Jun 20, 2013by
Good phone though the manufureres need to design a battery doesnt last long
Xperia x0i is an excellent phone, though the battery doesn't last. You cant use it for more than two hours continuously, the battery drains.
- edsonlopez02Jun 16, 2013by
Me gusta, pero podria ser mejor.
Muy bueno, me gusta bastante, al comienzo lo veia grande, pero ahora ya me acostumbre. el unico defecto que encuentro en este celular es que no tiene tecla para contestar, todo es tactil, no hay tecla de colgar tambien.
- gadgeteer316May 17, 2010by
A lot of untapped potential. Great device.
That 4 inch capacitive touchsreen, 8.1 MP camera, Android has all the makings of an outstanding device. Granted, Timescape and Mediascape is more of a gimmick than a actual tool. I don't understand why SE decided on Android 1.6 where other devices with lower specs are already running 2.1 and 2.2 pretty soon. 2.1 update on Q4 would be so late since 2.2's probably going to be released by then. The phone has not been successfully rooted yet so custom ROMs are out of the question for now. Despite all the shortcomings I actually like this phone, the snapdragon processor holds its own. Sadly there is no multitouch with this device, not a deal breaker though. Would i recommend it? absolutely.