With so much buzz about the Galaxy S and with a new Droid phone coming out every other week, it’s easy to forget that there are other Android phones out there.
One of those phones hasn’t gotten much buzz around the web is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. The X10 has a pretty stout spec list:
- 1GHz Snapdragon CPU
- 4in TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen
- 480 x 854 screen resolution
- 8.1 MP Camera with LED flash
- 1GB built in memory
Not to shabby eh? Hardware-wise, this phone is neck and neck with the latest and greatest Android phones that are currently available. But with all good, there must be some bad and in this case, that bad is the fact that this sexy-hardware phone is packing old-school Android 1.6. I know, I can hear your sighs and mutterings of “WTF” from here, I’m muttering that too. Sony Ericsson knows this and have said that the X10 will be getting some 2.1 goodness (I know, not 2.2, again “WTF”) in Q3 (or Q4 depending on your market) of this year.