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Quick Reviews Of Popular Sony Ericsson Xperia Smartphones

24 February 2011 No Comment

Cell phones have evolved from simply acting as a mobile telephone into smartphones that can surf the internet and download movies and music. In 2008, Sony Ericsson introduced the Xperia smartphone, a handset designed to focus on the entertainment capabilities of cellular technology. Helping to pull the company out of the sales doldrums, the Xperia phones have become Sony Ericsson’s premiere models, but which are the best?

The Xperia X10 is the result of many years of molding and shaping previous models. The handset operates on the Android 2.1 OS with a slick 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The X10 provides a huge 4-inch screen that offers clear and vivid graphics to the user. It is a capacitive touch screen that is quite accurate and does not commit many keystroke errors. A camera consisting of a robust 8 megapixels really utilizes what the screen has to offer and records HD movies at 720p. Its resolution is a sharp 3264 x 2448 pixels. The Xperia X10 offers its signature Timescape user interface that integrates Facebook and Twitter for easy access and updates. The combination of top notch operating speeds and cutting edge social networking features make the X10 a multimedia delight.

If all of the features found on the X10 are more than necessary for you, the Xperia X10 Mini provides all of the basic X10 components in a more affordable package. Speed is not a problem for the phone, as it runs on Android 2.1 OS and a 600 MHz processor. Though not nearly as large as the X10’s, the Mini’s 2.55-inch screen is plenty adequate for those seeking efficiency over a cinematic adventure on their cell phone. The Timescape user interface is available on the X10 Mini as well, so the best parts of social networking on the X10 are here too. Texting isn’t quite so smooth on the X10 Mini’s smaller screen, but the Mini Pro comes complete with a sliding keyboard. Most other features on the Mini Pro are the same as those found on the X10 Mini.

The Xperia X8 is a nice alternative to the high tech and high priced X10. It runs on the Android 1.6 OS and has the ability to handle a 2.1 upgrade. The screen spans 3 inches, not nearly as large as the X10, but the size keeps the phone in most price ranges. The user interface is the same as that found on the other models, so it is an Xperia phone that is perfect for smaller budgets.

All of these models are the best representatives of the Xperia line of smartphones. They offer practicality with entertainment on powerful operating systems. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia phones only continue to impress.

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