Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 / SO-O1B to Be Launched in Japan in April

January 22, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

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It looks like Sony Ericsson are trying out new grounds as they’re getting ready to venture into the Android smartphone market. In an announcement made Thursday, Sony Ericsson confirmed the launch of its first Android phone – the device will be launched in Japan in April.

It will be available through NTT DoCoMo, a major carrier in the country, and it will have the model name of Xperia X10 – localized as SO-O1B. It will feature a 4″ touchscreen and a 8.1 megapixel camera. There will be integrated social services features as well.

Those of us who’re not from Japan will have to wait a bit more to get our hands on the X10, and there’s something to be noted about it as well – if you’re expecting an Android 2.0 OS, you’ll be disappointed, as the device uses Android 1.6.

It will, on the other hand, feature great media capabilities, coming with Mediascape installed – a program which allows you to organize your media very effectively.

[ Via CNET ]

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