The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 is making a second round through the FCC testing grounds. The first time it was tested, the frequencies listed in the report indicated that it was the T-Mobile version. The new report however is about the XPERIA X10a version.
The listed 3G frequencies are 850/1900MHz, so hello AT&T and the rest that share those bands - Bell, Rogers, Telus. It's no guarantee that any of these operators will get the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10a, but their chances just raised drastically. It's still not too late for a "Dear Santa" letter.
So, there are two versions of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 that have passed through the FCC now, the first one seemingly designed for T-Mobile. Yet there's still no info on when either of them will actually start selling.
To help pass the time, here are some shots of the X10 iFixit style (PDF link). You can also keep an eye on the SonyStyle USA website. They have the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 on sale and maybe they'll get the XPERIA X10 too, if your operator of choice doesn't. Just don't expect to get it in time for this Christmas.
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