AT&T’s Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Updated to Android 2.1


You might not even remember that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 ever launched on AT&T, and a big reason why is that the phone hit the scene pretty late sporting a rather outdated version of Android. Today, the X10 can be upgraded to something a bit newer as the Android 2.1 update has been made available. This is the Android 2.1 update that X10 owners in other areas of the world have had the pleasure of getting to know for a few months now. It isn’t Gingerbread (or even Froyo), but it’s something.

[via Engadget]

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  1. This is as sad as somebody saying “I just bought a DVD player”

    1. Haha wouldn’t it be more appropriate to say “I just bought a VCR player”?  :P

  2. ROFL
    I thought I was on phandroid older entries page 250.

  3. what!! wow.

  4. AT&Ts fault imo

  5. why not just skip 2.1 and go to atleast 2.2?

  6. Wow & here I was owning a Motorola Cliq just recently thinking I had it bad. 

  7. Will it play 8-track tapes?

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