Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 was just announced a couple weeks ago, has a launch date, and somewhat refreshingly - in a year of looooong waiting - that launch date is only three months away, according to a pre-registration page that’s showed up on the Sony E website.
Well, it’s better than the eight months we had to wait for the Satio.
The X10 is Sony Ericsson’s first Android smartphone, and its spec list is none too shabby – 1GB of internal memory, a massive four-inch touch-screen and the fastest mobile processor on the market, the 1Ghz Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm.
We particularly like the sound of Mediascape and Timescape, the Sony Ericsson-developed contacts and media integration software that Sony E is making open to developers. Plus, an eight-megapixel camera with touch focus and smile detection, which makes it the highest spec Android camera yet. Wonder if this will also be the first Android phone that has a camera with a flash? UPDATE: We spoke to Sony Ericsson, who said the camera will feature a 'super LED light'. Not quite a flash, but it will light those lowlight settings at least.