Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 just another touchscreen?
Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 is a very refreshing angle at the touchscreen design. The edges are rounded and there are wavy metallic patterns on the side. Even the keys look refreshing enough to give the touchscreen factor.
The most obvious feature of this device is of course the large 4 inch capacitive touchscreen which exhibits nice contrast and sunlight legibility. The screen does not produce more than 65,000 colours which is really strange given the extremely high profile otherwise given to this model.
However, it could be that a firmware upgrade to Android 2.0 may be on the cards which would mean then that the phone would be capable of supporting up to 16 million colours. Aside fro that the Xperia X10 does have the best display in the Sony Ericsson line up.
Thanks to both the sensitive touchscreen and the Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor the screen responds very nicely. The hardware keys below the screen are very comfortable to work with, the only real design fault is the bad placement of the microSD card under the phone battery and the glossy front which shows fingerprints. Source – India-server.com