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Cell phone review: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
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    2010-09-27

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    Cell phone review: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10


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    The Xperia X10 from Sony Ericsson is an Android phone for AT&T subscribers. It boasts a solid feature set, solid design, and a touch-screen that should be hard for many to pass up. The X10 can be yours for $149.99 with a two-year contract from AT&T.


    The X10 runs on the Android 1.6 operating system, which is a bit of a downer when you consider that the OS has more advanced editions that are available. On its own, this fact may deter some potential buyers from the X10. Still, its distinction as an Android device does mean that it comes with plenty of Google-related features. You get Google Maps, Google Talk, Google Latitude, and a YouTube app.  You also get access to Google's Android Market and its huge catalog of apps.

    Standard features of the X10 include a speakerphone, an alarm clock, a calculator, a voice recorder, a calendar and more. The calendar can be synced with your Gmail calendar, if you already have one and are looking to save some of your precious time. If you need help with getting acclimated to all of the phone's features, as there are many of them, there is an electronic user guide on board. 

    The phone book can store as many contacts as will fit within the phone's available memory. You can add multiple phone numbers, email addresses, notes, and more for each contact. Contacts can be given a phone and ringtone as well. To take things one step further, you can also view your call and message history from a contact's page, as well as see status updates from their Twitter or Facebook profiles. This feature is really valuable; it prevents you from having to jump back and forth between your contacts, call log, message log, and more just to find out your conversation history with a particular person. If you want to save time, you can sync your Gmail contacts directly to the phone.



    Messaging options begin with standard text and multimedia messaging. A dedicated instant messaging app is also included for those who wish to participate in quick chats with friends. 

    For email, the X10 offers configuration of most standard POP3 accounts. Work professionals also have the option of syncing their Outlook accounts with the X10 to access their corporate email, contacts, tasks, and more. 

    One feature on the X10 that can help you keep all of your messages organized is Timescape, which is a staple of some Sony Ericsson phones. After you enter in all of your pertinent login information for your social networking profiles and email accounts, Timescape will show you all of your new messages and updates in a deck of cards format in chronological order. Timescape is just one more feature of the X10 that helps you consolidate all of your important information in a concise, organized manner.

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