Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Black (discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Android technology ,8 megapixels ,3G
- Built in GPS navigation, Mobile TV compatible
- Android phone, GPRS
- Touch screen, Email. WiFi MP3 player, Memory card slot
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This item Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Black (discontinued by manufacturer)
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|Display Size||4 inches||5 inches||5 inches||3.5 inches||3.5 inches||4 inches|
|Item Dimensions||1.3 x 6.3 x 11.9 cm||0.9 x 7.2 x 14 cm||1 x 6.9 x 14.4 cm||6.3 x 1.1 x 11.53 cm||0.62 x 6.18 x 11.35 cm||6.2 x 1.2 x 11.8 cm|
|Item Weight||136 grams||—||150 grams||95 grams||116 grams||120 grams|
|Memory Storage Capacity||9,216 MB||8 GB||16 GB||8 GB||4 GB||32 GB|
|Special Feature||camera; e-mail; face_detection; flash; GPS; mp3_ringtones; touchscreen; usb; wifi||camera^e-mail^face_detection^flash^front_camera^GPS^mp3_ringtones^quad_core_processor^radio^stereo_jack_connector^touchscreen^usb^wifi||touchscreen^quad_core_processor^camera^flash^face_detection^front_camera^mp3_ringtones^stereo_jack_connector^wifi^GPS^radio^usb^e-mail||camera; dual_core_processor; e-mail; front_camera; internet; radio; touchscreen; usb; wifi||touchscreen; camera; mp3_ringtones; stereo_jack_connector; wifi; GPS; radio; usb; e-mail||touchscreen; dual_core_processor; camera; face_detection; mp3_ringtones; stereo_jack_connector; wifi; GPS; radio; usb; e-mail|
|Wireless Communication Technology||3G; Bluetooth; GSM; WiFi||3G^4G^Edge^GPRS^GSM^HSDPA^Bluetooth^WiFi||3G^4G^Bluetooth^Edge^GPRS^GSM^HSDPA^WiFi||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; WiFi||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA; WiFi||3G; 4G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA; WiFi|
This Phone will be sold with charger and hand free earfone, thnx.
Top Customer Reviews
As to the phone itself, I can understand the gripes with android 1.6, it really isn't up to the job, but 2.1 is great. But it wouldn't update for some reason when linked to my Windows XP computer, it had to be my Windows 7 for a successful update. Having said that I'd like the latest 2.2 version with flash - I'm sure the processor in the phone could cope with it.
The screen on the phone is excellent, clear, bright & responisve to touch.
Camera quality is great, but the "phone light" is dire - the only thing you're likely to get a picture of is someone squinting into the dazzle! A true flash would be MUCH better.
Quality of the sony headphones is excellent, though my son says there's too much bass! The built in speaker is OK, but rather tinny & cheap sounding.
The range of apps is amazing, & you can get plenty of really useful ones. I highly recommend Akdiko, weatherbug & arcmedia amongst others. I have the Kindle app. and it is good, but I can't figure out how to add books that I haven't bought directly from Amazon though (e.g. titles from the Black Library)
All in all I think it's great - the best phone I've ever owned!!!
I've had it on all day, used the camera to take about 10 pics, uploaded them to internet with phone, i've played poker, made half a dozen calls, and generally used it more than i would a normal phone. Used 9% of battery life so far, so got more than 90% left. Its charges really quickly too.
Wifi only comes on if i want to connect to a wireless network. And its no bother to switch it on and off as you please.
Really pleased with the phone, have spent hours playing with it since getting it last week and not had any battery issues
What to do? new blackberry, iphone or go for one of these "android" thingies? My middle daughter's boyfriend is a software developer for Orange [or some such thing] and has raved about android, so I went for an X10 and so far am not dissappointed. Admittedly have only had it a couple of days, and would agree with other reviewers that battery life is not great [though in the system menu, you can see exactly what is eating battery life and adjust your phone accordingly - I increased battery life significantly by reducing screen brightness only marginally], but that is where the gripes end for me.
Having got used to the Storm, I thought I would have problems with android, but it took less than a day to get used to - android blows the Blackberry os out of the water for speed and functionality.
The screen is very large, the phone has a nice quality "feel" about it, and getting used to the touch screen presented few problems.
The camera is magnificent for a mobile phone [remember it is a phone and not a camera]
Software wise, bundled "apps" - address book, media player, facebook etc all work fine. [I Had no problems at all doing a sync with my address book even if it was a bit long winded - upload address book to google and then sync, but easy enough]. Adding and removing apps is a sinch using the "marketplace" with oodles of free apps.
cannot fault the phone really - would recommend buying a case, but otherwise a smashing little number.
My previous phone was the solid Blackberry Bold 9000. An alround good phone and the only issue I had with the phone was it was more business orientated.
My criteria for my next phone was something a little more rounded. It had to be decent for work and entertainment. I had considered an iPhone but was never kean on the idea of a closed O/S. So I decided to look at the Android phones. Having previously use SE phones in the past (mainly the now defunct K series) I decided to give them a go again.
The Xperia X10 is SEs flagship product with the Android operating system. It comes with a custom built front end which is built around the mediascape and timescape system. Mediscape searchs your phone and stores all media in one handy front end. Timescape connects to your email, text message, facebook and twitter account (others can be added I believe). Again you can see all you recent messages, tweets and so on in one place. Both systmes look nice and work well. But there is a major downside to this, it was created around the somewhat outdated Android O/S 1.6 (more on this later).
The display itself has a nice large screen but it's a shame that it isn't the latest Amoled displays available on the market. Another problem is the touchscreen. In general everyday use it's fine. Dialling numbers or activating icons on the screen all work with out a problem. The problem is in the precision side of things. The touchscreen around the edges of the display can require several touchs before it can register. Also the default keyboard is awful. It doesn't always register a key press, even though it has indicated what key has been pressed, this can result in some frustration.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The phone was received defective. Some features were different from what was decribed For example, it was stated that the phone takes a micro sim. This was not the case. Read morePublished on 1 Aug. 2014 by Noah Z
Not great at all crack glass and not great phone at all can't update android on at all poor performance and rubbish on 2.1 android will not go higher ...Published on 23 Jan. 2014 by gothic skye
After one month i bought this phone the software started to fail working properly as it should be !! I regret i bought it !!Published on 11 Oct. 2013 by j.pace
This was bought through Amazon from a 3rd party - described as 'good' condition, which it is aesthetically. Read morePublished on 13 May 2013 by Catherine Murphy