Camera functionality good, large screen
Large display, Good camera, Comfortable to hold
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has a user-friendly design with a brilliant display. The feature set is generous, the internal performance is fast, and call and data quality are satisfactory.
Excellent camera, Attractive design.
Large 4-inch display, Sharp 8.1-MP camera, Fun Timescape app aggregates social updates, Mediascape app organizes music, photos, and videos
Camera, large screen
Nice user interface; great camera; cool app.
Large screen, fast processor
Superb Looks & Design, Great Large Display, Very Good for Web Browsing, Camera Shoots Very Good Still Images, Fun to Watch Videos On
Big 4-inch display, slim and lightweight (despite the brick-like appearance), easy to use media application (MediaScape), unique timescape application, turn by turn navigation app included, decent battery life, swift running UI
It has a stylish design that looks and feels good, Itís packed with highend features like an 8megapixel camera, Solid battery life for a device with this screen size, The custom UI is very visually appealing and the multimedia and camera tweaks rock
Elegant design; large display, Fast, Good photo and video quality, Solid call quality, Ample amount of builtin storage.
Display, Timescape, mediascape, looks, 1GHz processor, 8MP camera
Sleek looking handset, comfortable to use, Camera quality is quite good, Audio player is loud and clear, Mediascape and Timescape UI's are well designed and user friendly, Good battery life
Attractive design, Large 4inch screen, Consolidated timeline for social networks
The large four-inch touch-display makes for improved video viewing and web surfing....
Fast CPU. Gorgeous video playback. Sharp camera. Interesting Timescape interface combines contacts and social networking.
Large 4-inch touchscreen display; 3.5mm audio jack; 8.1-megapixel camera; bundled apps for Exchange support; Android 2.x upgrade announced.
Infinity button aids navigation. Effortless Timescape app. Responsive Dolphin browser
Excellent hardware, great screen, fast processor.
Beautiful device, with the new Android skin Rachel, 4Ē touchscreen with true 16:9 aspect ratio, 8.1 megapixel camera with LED flash, 1 GHz snapdragon chip, Special applications: Timescape, Mediascape and face recognition technology, Comes packa
Sharpness and dynamic range issues
Runs Android 1.6, no upgrade for a while, Custom UI still lags, no multitouch, Too pricey given competition
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 runs Android OS 1.6. The Timescape application has its faults, and you must use a third-party app for Outlook calendar syncing.
Slow performance, No multitouch
Lacks multitouch, Noticeable lag, Outdated Android 1.6 OS, No HD video capture
Poor battery life, Mediascape and Timescape, Keyboard takes some getting used to, Freezes occasionally, slow touchscreen response.
Poor virtual keypad, no FM radio; short battery life.
No multi touch, no offline charging possible
Sluggish UI, Mediascape Interface Doesn't Do Much, Call Quality & Battery Life Issues
LED flash could have been more powerful, DivX/XviD support removed despite big screen and powerful hardware, average quality earphones bundled, currently runs on older Android 1.6
Itís only running Android 1.6, which is a nonstarter for me, The custom UI software makes it extremely sluggish, Unlocked pricing only at this point, which is way too expensive considering the competition, I hate removing battery to change microSD c
Custom UI hurts much more than it helps, Initially stuck on Android 1.6, Rivals in a similar price range sometimes more compelling, Typical smartphone battery performance.
Android V1.6, Average camera output, No FM radio
New UI's tend to make the handset sluggish, No FM radio, Camera supports up to VGA resolution
Timescape slows down if overloaded with feeds, Lack of physical search button, Bulky
Despite the inclusion of a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, the X10 can at times prove rather sluggish especially when auto-rotating.Look and Feel...
Middling sound quality in voice calls. Short battery life. Uneven Timescape performance. microSD card slot hidden behind battery.
Lagging software, Android 1.6, Very weak camera flash (practically useless), Integration of social services that is not good enough, Interface elements that need finishing touches, Lack of DivX and Xvid support
May be a bit big for some users; Timescape interface nice but limited in function; expensive compared with similar models from other brands.
Problematic flash. Face Recognition failures. Runs old version of Android
Android 1.6, AT&Tís Orwellian Walled Garden, Rating: Do Not Buy
No multitouch capabilities, Battery performance exceedingly poor
By SiliconRepublic on December 05, 2010
Weighing 130g, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is a pretty slim device, with a sharp, sleek design. At the front, it's quite angular and at the back, it's curved to allow for it to slip into your pocket easily.Its huge 4-inch WVGA display is rather...-
By GSMArena on November 15, 2010
So where does the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 stand after the update? It didn’t quite manage to take over at the top of the smartphone food chain, but to be honest we never actually expected it to. One year is a really long time in this business and...-
By Wired UK on October 29, 2010
With the kinks ironed out of early versions of its latest smartphone and custom Android skin, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 finally reveals itself to be a contender in the blood-soaked gladiator floor of the smartphone world. And this model should...70
By Bright Side of News on October 25, 2010
From our interactions with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 we can tell you that it was a very well thought out device that has practically no bugs and is a very well quality built device. The Xperia X10 takes a combination of good hardware specifications...-
By What Digital Camera on October 13, 2010
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 key specs: Camera: 8.1MP AF, image stabilisation, face recognitionDisplay: 4in TFT, 480 x 854 pixelsMemory: 1GB, comes with 8GB MicroSDDimensions: 63 x 119 x 13mm, 135gSony Ericsson Xperia X10 camera phone reviewAs one of the...60
By Mobility Site on October 10, 2010
Even though the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 runs Android 1.6, features like the 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 1 GB on-board storage, storage expandable to 32 GB via card slot, and 8.1 megapixel camera still make this phone a formidable smartphone contender...-
By Macworld on October 09, 2010
A few months ago, PCWorld reviewed an unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. We were unable to assign it a score, however, since Sony Ericsson sent us a unit with unfinished and buggy software. Now, the Xperia is available at a subsidized price ($150 with...-
By G4tv.com on October 05, 2010
Video Review: Our viewer requested smartphone reviews continue with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. Kevin Pereira and Sara Underwood review its 4" touch screen, 1 GHz processor, 8 megapixel camera and many more media features, all available for free...40
By Dev Hardware on September 27, 2010
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...-
By Pocketnow on September 07, 2010
Any addition to AT&T Android lineup is very welcome. Competition and choice are always good for the customer. By adding the Xperia X10 to their arsenal, AT&T is helping to contribute to the cause. Unfortunately, the price point is what holds the X10...60