Xperia X10 Sample Pictures, Video Posted

Posted: Nov 16 2009, 10:33am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:31pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Ericsson's upcoming Xperia X10 Android smartphone is one of the most hotly anticipated mobiles in development. Between its big, 4" WVGA screen, its 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, and it's 8.1 MP camera, the X10 is one of the most powerful smartphones announced so far. Only the HTC HD2 and the Acer Liquid have comparable specs, and neither of them pack the X10's badass camera.

Today, on the Sony Ericsson Product Blog, we're being treated to a series of photos of downtown Stockholm, taken on the X10. The fellow doing the blog entry warns us that he is unused to the X10, and that the phone is still in the design stage. The final quality of the X10s images will likely be higher than what we're seeing now.

Which is impressive, because this set of photos looks great. All the images, even the close-up photos of plants and the overhead city shots, are clear and distinct. No fuzziness or blur obscures any of the images. The video taken also looks good, although we'll need to see something longer than 17 seconds and with audio in order to make any real judgements.

So far, the X10 is shaping up to be a very exciting device. We still don't know exactly when to expect a launch or what carrier will host it. Current rumors point to T-Mobile and, possibly, AT&T as initial carriers for Ericsson's inaugural Android device.

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