Sony Ericsson announced during a press release this week their new mobile phone model: Xperia X10. In their statement they gave us some features and specifications so we can compile and make a preview of what we expect to see from this new phone.
The new phone comes with a 4-inches TFT touchscreen(scratch-resistant) with 262.000 colors and supports 480 x 854 pixels (WVGA). It’s not a small model, weighting 135 grams and having 13mm thickness. Battery is a standard one, Li-Po 1500 mAh.
The camera is great, as we expected Sony put an 8.1 megapixel camera device with autofocus and LED flash. Other features available here: 16x digital zoom, intelligent face recognition, geo-tagging, smile detection, video recording.
Sony claims the phone will come with 1Gb internal memory and will support as operating system, Google™ Android Donut, version 1.6. For further extension of the internal memory, microSD card is supported. The processor is powerful having 1GHz-Qualcomm Snapdragon™ QSD8250.
Connectivity options available are various: GPRS, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microUSB, 3.5mm audio jack. Gps is available through A-Gps support and comes with Google Maps and Wisepilot(free trial version).
We announced in the beggining of the post various application so now we will extend and see what is all about.
Music section has Album art, Bluetooth stereo(through A2DP), Media Player, Music tones, PlayNow, TrackID.
Messaging comes with: Conversations, Email, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, Picture messaging, SMS.
Entertainment features: 3D games, Media browser, Infinite button, Video streaming and viewing, Youtube.
Organizer put you in order with the Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Office Suite, World Clock.
Other preloaded apps introduces by Sony Ericsson are: Timescape(Facebook, Twitter), Mediascape, Sync, Android Market Client, Gmail, Google Calendar+Maps+Talk+Voice, Network Location Provider.
It is said the phone will be available in Q1 of 2010 and it seems it will cost around £460.