Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Reviews
"the screen looks lovely and bright in use"
"A decent camera and beautiful screen are just the beginning for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, which is packed with juicy hardware features."
"pics coming out very sharp and clean in good light."
"Even in 2010, high-powered Android devices are still surprisingly difficult to come by. You can basically count the models seriously worth considering on a single hand, and the X10 certainly joins that elite team on the wings of its gigahertz-class Snapdragon core and gorgeous 854 x 480 display that clocks in at a whopping four inches -- a size that bests every other Google-powered phone on the market today (though it certainly won't hold that title for long)."
"Itâ€™s taken a while to arrive, but at least the XPERIA X10 is here; thatâ€™s more than you can say about some other Sony Ericsson smartphones. US and European availability is predicted over the next few weeks. It may not be the conclusive alternative to the Google Nexus One, but the XPERIA X10 is a strong addition to the growing Android line-up. If Sony Ericsson can demonstrate their commitment to ongoing support then the X10 slots into the top-tier of smartphones; thatâ€™s not bad for the companyâ€™s first attempt at Android."
"In the end, would I recommend anyone buy the X10? That would be a yes. If you value style over function (and many of us do, there's no denying) this is the phone for you."
"In terms of hardware, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is nothing short of a marvellous device. ItÂ´s as easy to notice as taking a look at its specifications and the impression is confirmed when you get it in your hand. The build quality is very good, the screen is huge and features wonderful sensitivity, you get virtually all extra features you might need, including 3G, Wi-Fi and GPS (even navigational software)."
"HTC Google Nexus One and its brother from a different father, the HTC Desire
, are just as powerful as the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 but both have some advantages over the X10. They feature the latest (so far) version of the Android OS, support multi-touch and have AMOLED touchscreens and a little bit more RAM memory. However, both canâ€™t match the 8-megapixel camera of the XPERIA."
"We expected a lot from the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. On paper it has one of the most impressive specifications of any modern smartphone. However, in reality it falls well short. Failing on basics like using a plastic screen, instead of glass, and having poor touchscreen accuracy are just unforgivable at this level. And when you add in software tweaks that add little to its overall usability you have a phone that sits well down the league table of top Android-based smartphones."
"The Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson's best mobile phone to date, though not the best Android-based phone on the market."