Sony Ericsson has confirmed that its first Android phone, the Xperia X10, will be coming to Australia.
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It also comes with new signature applications, such as Timescape that brings together all mobile and online communication in chronological order and Mediascape that pulls online content as well as content stored on the handset onto the same screen.
Other features and capabilities include: Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, Street View, 3D games, push email and calendar, video streaming and recording, album art, TrackID, and Bluetooth stereo with a 3.5mm audio jack.
The 8.1-megapixel camera has up to 16x digital zoom and comes with face recognition function that automatically files images according to date. In addition, Sony Ericsson claims that users can upload the photos directly to social network sites or simply click on a friend’s face to start communicating with them. Next time this friend is snapped in a shot, they will be automatically tagged using the face recognition software.
Sony Ericsson Oceania’s Managing Director, Brendan Johnston/ said, “The XPERIA X10 is a superior consumer experience enabling people to catch life all in one place while on the move. We are delivering a true, open world of entertainment with our unrivalled social networking capabilities, media features and choice of the most popular applications on Android Marketplace. Add that to our new, unique User eXperience (UX) platform and it really sets the XPERIA X10 apart.”
The XPERIA X10 will be available in black for $1099.