This people are jalous because I can give the lastest news here and don't want me to post link source here. But I will copy and past.
Xperia X10 Coming to AT&T Very
In case you forgot this little
number from Sony Ericsson might
eventually hit the United States,
reports are in that the Xperia X10
has finally passed AT&T ’s technical
acceptance process. What does
this mean? The phone should be
dropping on the carrier in the
coming weeks. Sadly there is no
reason to believe we won ’t be
getting anything other than
Android 1.6 at launch and possible
WiFi bugs. Don ’t even get me
started on what AT&T will do to
the handset before it gets on the
Anonymous, 05 Aug 2010True! they make a very nice phones as well, BUT THE DESIGN ... i think :) its not for europe f... moreyeah that's it, the design :)
if it wasn't for design, i'd rather to wait for driod x instead of X10, droid x is really something :)
Phoenix, 05 Aug 2010give a reason! you can't just say moto sucks!! moto has some excellent phones too!True! they make a very nice phones as well, BUT THE DESIGN ... i think :) its not for europe for example.
Raiden, 05 Aug 2010Is available R26 via OTA i see last night for UK, for example i see now speed improvements in ... moregive a reason! you can't just say moto sucks!! moto has some excellent phones too!
Is available R26 via OTA i see last night for UK, for example i see now speed improvements in timescape BUT sadly if u have a good eye u can see the background image have lowest quality.
Anyway this phone is better and better with every day SE work on it. MOTO SUCKS ;)
i think the readers of this forum are getting bored bcoz of all these non related posts, so...
A quick look at the Xperia X10 for those who are new with this phone:
--The first thing that caches our eyes is the nice and sleek design.
--And the huge shiny scratch resistant screen! TFT capacitive touch screen at 4 inches - 854×480 pixels. Shows 65k color, but it'll show 16m color after OS update because the hardware is capable of showing 16M colors and for now it’s limited by android 1.6 (Not to mention that even with 65k colors the screen looks really good)
--Then the unique and beautiful UI! The Mediascape and Timescape (performance has got better after the latest firmware update )
--An excellent 8MP camera that is FULL featured, autofocus, LED flash(but it remains photo light until OS gets updated), touch focus, image stabilization, geo-tagging, face and smile detection (it can recognize up to 5 face to save their picture between previous taken pictures from those people or under their contacts), with WVGA at 30fps video recording, and after OS update it'll be an HD recorder!
--3.5mm audio jack & micro USB port and 8GB memory card included, officially supports 16GB but 32GB memory has been successfully tested on it!
--384mb of RAM and the 1 GHz Snapdragon processor.
--Android 1.6!! but it's still great because of the SE custom UI (for example it can transfer files via bluetooth unlike so many phones with 1.6!) and it'll get android 2.1 plus with UXP upgrade in Q4 2010 (September) maybe a bit earlier and then it'll support flash too! And the greater news is that SE has promised to update the X10 through its life time!
--And the build quality is excellent! It really feels great and comfortable in hand.
AND, of course no phone is perfect and this phone has some lacks too:
--No front camera (like some other devices with android 1.5 or 1.6) but video calling is possible by using Fring
--No multi touch (SE is working for an alternative and we know that it has “1 finger zoom” feature)
--No build in radio(on the other hand it has MW600 with radio and brilliant audio quality and you can enjoy listening to music or radio, 10 meters away from your X10)
--No DivX and XviD video playback
--Average loudness for loudspeaker (but the audio quality is excellent)
--Earpiece seems to be a little weak
As GSMArena says, “Most of the Xperia weaknesses are hardly deal breakers and most people could live with them, don’t underestimate the amount of hard work put into the X10 during the long manufacturing process. The delay was definitely worth it”
So…it’s not the best, but some people might like it ;)
[deleted post]come on mate, you'r really welcome here, answer me please...
[deleted post]what's the problem mate, i never reported your posts!!
btw i asked you a question abot droid X last night, can you give me a good link for it's specs ? :)
P h o e n i x, 05 Aug 2010it's alright mate, lets wait and see ;)yeah, yeah, yeah that's i want, please SE LAUNCH a direct GINGERBREAD FOR X10!
we keep our fingers crossed :-}
new nk, 05 Aug 2010i also said that x10 can get froyo, i read on google, but everyone bashed me that it cant happen!it's alright mate, lets wait and see ;)
Roar..., 05 Aug 2010Rumor mills has it that SE will skip developing for 2.2 and head straight to Android 3.0. So l... morei think they'll keep the UXP as it is, or maybe improve it, removing it is really disappointing :)
P h o e n i x, 05 Aug 2010it wasn't an official word, i saw it in some website, but i found this one today: "Peo... morei also said that x10 can get froyo, i read on google, but everyone bashed me that it cant happen!
P h o e n i x, 05 Aug 2010it wasn't an official word, i saw it in some website, but i found this one today: "Peo... moreRumor mills has it that SE will skip developing for 2.2 and head straight to Android 3.0. So let's keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best. He! He! Anyway, I like UXP, it as is it is, but update is always a welcome addition to an already nice phone...
Anonymous, 05 Aug 2010is this true? x10 will not get froyo?it wasn't an official word, i saw it in some website, but i found this one today:
"People from the Android team have confirmed that what was reported by many sites as Android 3.0 minimum requirements (e.g. 512MB of RAM) were actually just recommended requirements. So, the X10 could get Froyo (2.2) or Gingerbread (3.0) if SE decides to do it as it has the requirements to handle it. It would be kind of odd if the X10 was the only 'high-end' phone to not be able to handle 3.0. Though I'm not sure if SE would go with Gingerbread as it would mean that their skinning of the Android OS would be removed. Anyway, all this is just speculation at this point."
so i think there is still a possibility :)
[deleted post]Hi there...
i'm fine thanks, can i help you with anything? :)
Roar..., 05 Aug 2010If you like tinkering with your phone, you might try rooting it. But if you're just a normal u... moreThanks for that quick reply! I'm already busy tinkering with RC stuffs (and stuffs at work). :)
I'll probably just leave the phone as is... at least until the root developers get all issues sorted out.
SP_1st_timer, 05 Aug 2010Is rooting worth it? Or is it just a way to keep yourself busy fixing the phone? I've tried r... moreIf you like tinkering with your phone, you might try rooting it. But if you're just a normal user, just leave it as it is, it works great. There are pos and cons on rooting the phone but the main benefit is you will have access to the operating system...