Sony Ericsson Xperia X10a Specs

Description

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is the manufacturer's first Android phone. It is rather high-end, equipped with a 1GHz Snapdagon processor, 4-inch TFT screen with a resolution of 480x854 pixels and an 8.1-megapixel camera with autofocus. However, its software features are just as impressing. What it adds to the Android universe is a personalized interface, called UX (from User eXperience). Basically, UX combines various entertainment and social media features.

Cons

  • Thick body (0.51 inches)

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Display

Size: 4.0 inches
Resolution: 854 x 480 pixels, 245 PPI
Technology: TFT
Screen-to-body: 58.76 %
Colors: 65 536
Features: Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, Scratch-resistant glass

Hardware

System chip: Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 QSD8250
Processor: Single core, 1000 MHz, Scorpion
GPU: Adreno 200
RAM: 0.25GB
Internal storage: 1GB
Storage expansion: microSDHC
OS: Android (2.3.3, 2.1, 1.6)
Device type: Smartphone

Battery

Capacity: 1500 mAh
Type: Li - Polymer, User replaceable

Camera

Rear: Single camera
Main camera: 8.1 MP (Autofocus)
Flash: LED
Video recording: 1280x720 (HD)
Features: EIS
Dimensions: 4.69 x 2.48 x 0.51 inches (119 x 63 x 13 mm)
Weight: 4.76 oz (135.0 g)
Keys: Right: Volume control, Camera shutter

Cellular

3G: Bands 5(850), 2(1900), 1(2100)
Data Speed: HSDPA 10.2 Mbit/s, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s, UMTS

Multimedia

Headphones: 3.5mm jack

Connectivity & Features

Bluetooth: 2.1, EDR
Wi-Fi: 802.11 b, g
USB: microUSB, USB 2.0
Features: Mass storage device, Charging
Location: A-GPS
Sensors: Accelerometer, Compass
Other: Computer sync, OTA sync

Phone features

Notifications: Music ringtones (MP3), Polyphonic ringtones, Vibration, Flight mode, Silent mode, Speakerphone
Other features: Voice recording

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
Date approved: Dec 21, 2009
FCC ID value: PY7A3880074
Measured SAR:
Head: 1.40 W/kg
Measured in: 1900 MHz
Body: 0.91 W/kg
Measured in: 1900 MHz

Buyers information

Price: $ 400

Availability

Officially announced: Yes
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Carrier Availability

Discontinued

AT&T

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User Reviews

Overall User Rating
Build quality
6.4
Camera quality
8.1
Performance
6.1
Display
9.3
Battery life and charging
7.9
Rating breakdown (out of 10)
5
Don't be tempted to buy it.
Phone owned for less than 3 months

The Xperia X10 was beautiful when I first saw the ad for it. I wanted it so badly, but when I bought the AT&T version used, it was awful. The call quality was the worst, the camera was great outdoors (but slow), the phone wasn't durable, and it got viruses from downloading music. I will look twice next time I buy an Android.

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8
Much better
Phone owned for less than a year

I was pleased with the phone from the start even though it only had OS 1.6 but was able to upgrade to 2.1 shortly after getting phone (rooted). 2.1 was a game changer; everything was better and now that I have OS 2.3.3 (rooted) it's even better with Facebook integration. My only beef is the short battery life when doing a lot surfing and gaming.

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7
xperia x10
Phone owned for less than a year

This phone seemed really awesome when I first got it, although a bit confusing as to how everything worked! But then after I got my phone, and everyone else got their phones... my phone sucked. You can't do any live wallpapers, the texting is weird (you have to press a letter sometimes 3 times before it will press. especially 'a' or 'l').
The only real awesome thing about the phone is the camera.
Also, something else that's really stupid, it's such a process just to call somebody! even if they're on your favorites, you have to press the dialer, then press favorites, then press the person, then press the number. after all that, i don't even want to talk to them anymore because the phone is so slow in trying to figure out what you want to do.
and sometimes when you try to delete certain messages from people, the phone will delete the entire thread.

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