Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 – Record Stunning HD Quality Images

By mesiowave

Hold this Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 in your palm, and experience how robustly it is built. Will this be the foremost decisive factor to buy a smartphone? It should be, as your smartphone will be in action for almost 24 hours a day. However, let us look at this Xperia X10 from technology, utility, and smartness point of view.

To begin with, we will outline some features, which have made this smartphone worth buying.

Xperia X10 has a super size touchscreen, and an advantage for the user to view realistic sharp-edged images. This smartphone will generate see-through videos by its 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 processor. Snapdragon is the digital brain inside this smartest Xperia X10. You can enjoy this superphone through the high-quality Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. The Android 2.3 has made the Xperia X10 operation faster, and an improved copy / paste support. The Xperia interface is loaded with Sony Ericsson’s custom Facebook, an exclusive support for social networking.

We will take a round trip of Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 to find its physique:

X10 is sizeable and almost nearer to HD2, as it has a 4 inch full wide VGA display. The contour is good to hold with a sloping curve, and a beautiful battery cover built out of soft-touch material. The width is 13mm, and may not be the thinnest in the market, but it will be a pleasure to hold this phone right on your palm.

You can see three mostly used buttons, Menu, Home, and Back, just placed below the screen up front. Power button, Micro USB port, 3.5mm headphone jacks are placed around the sides in convenient locations. The aesthetic is taken care for a flap cover to the USB port. The volume control and two-stage camera controls are placed in the environs of the side. The button and controls are built to make the phone most user-friendly, and that’s what Sony Ericsson is famous for.

The title of this article justifies some review of X10 camera:

The smartphone camera will always have some limitations, but Sony Ericsson has done an excellent job with the Xperia X10 camera. The 8 megapixel camera in Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is built with image stabilization and a number of shooting mode features. The X10 camera does a good job for both indoor and outdoor photo shoots. Switching from one mode to another is quite easy. The modes like, “Beach and snow”, “Night Scene”, “Macro” and “Landscape” can be hovered comfortably.  The photo-light is placed just beneath the camera lens for shooting in poorly lit areas. Anyone can shoot excellent pictures with a minimal setting. It has a built-in digital zoom to shoot from a distance. Your Facebook photo requirement or baby poses can be nicely covered with Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 camera.

Some relevant features of Xperia X10:

It has an in-built loud speaker. Sound alerts are available through vibration and MP3 ringtones. It has a 3.5mm jack for external connection. Xperia X10 has an internal memory of 128MB, and Card slot up to 16GB with 2GB included. It is built with GPRS up to 85.6 kbps and Bluetooth of v2.0 with A2DP,EDR.

Conclusion:

The Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson’s best mobile phone until date. It has excellent Internet communication and multimedia capabilities. The screen and speed of this phone will satisfy many users. This Xperia X10 is built with Android with the new Timescape overlay. Timescape is a user interface feature of Sony Ericsson Android phones. It will bring Facebook, Twitter and other social-networking updates into a flowing column in home page.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is the best buy in terms of appearance and utility among the latest smartphones.

Author: writerspower

The author a technical writer to create and prepare clear, correct, concise and relevant written documentation to communicate technical information that is actually helpful to the ultimate end-user. He is an original writer and writes in his own style with accurate engineering and technical information. The author is an excellent graphic web designer. The author is a graduate in electronics engineering from the premier institute, IIT, Kharagpur, India
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