Is AT&T adding the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 & Samsung Eternity II to its lineup soon?

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Is AT&T adding the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 & Samsung Eternity II to its lineup soon?
It was only yesterday that we reported that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 could make its US debut with AT&T very shortly, but now a leaked internal document sheds some additional information about it, plus one. From the sound of it all, the Android powered smartphone is speculated to launch some time between the middle of this month and next month – so it could potentially happen in less than 2 weeks at the earliest. Pricing for independent dealers is looking to be $345 with an unknown figure for the actual retail pricing, but we'd imagine it would fall in line somewhere within the boundaries of the usual sweet spot of $200 or less on-contract. Additionally, the Samsung Eternity II is also spotted on the same document which should finally replace the aging landscape sliding QWERTY device that brought AMOLED technology to AT&T's lineup. There is no word surrounding specifications for the device, but it would make sense to follow similar to its predecessor. This is the second time we're hearing whispers about the Samsung Eternity II – the first time we heard anything about it was back in early June. All in all, it'll be interesting to see how the Xperia X10 will fare in light of the Captivate already proving itself to be the current king of Android on AT&T's lineup. On the flip side, customers might find it rather difficult sticking with a quick messaging phone, which the Eternity II would most likely follow, when there are so many full-featured smartphones that cater to everyone – but you can't count it out.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Specifications | Review (EU)

source: Engadget

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