Tag Archives: Sony Ericsson X10

Sony Ericsson Blog: “Update on Updates”

Today, the Sony Ericsson Product Blog put up a post titled “Update on Updates.” Can you guess what it’s going to be about? A new time-frame for updates to the X10 family of course, which is now slated for the “end of October and onwards.” Judging from the comments on the post, people are not happy. Neither is SE, but does that really soften the blow? “We… Read more

Video: X10 running 2.1

The title of this post pretty well speaks for itself. We have been hearing for quite some time now that the Sony Ericsson Xperia 10 would be updated to 2.1, but have yet to see solid video proof. Until now. Yes the video is in German, and yes what you are seeing is not final, but it’s still nice to see the update in moving pictures. So how long now… Read more

XPERIA X10 update before end of September

The update to finally get the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 onto Android 2.1 is long long overdue. Froyo, 2.2, has officially made it’s way to several devices now. The next iteration of Android, Gingerbread, has already been rumored to drop as soon as this fall. Meanwhile, the XPERIA X10, Sony Ericsson’s pride and joy, is still stuck on 1.6. According to Sony… Read more

Smarter is here: the US launch of “all new” X10

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Those of you that saw the teaser site already knew exactly what Sony Ericsson was launching today: the XPERIA X10. What you ay not have known is that Sony Style would be selling the gadgets with subsidy from AT&T, although we here at DroidDog had a pretty good idea last November. Then again, I was just a tad skeptical of the September launch rumored a few… Read more

X10 pegged for AT&T by mid-September (Really?)

Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA X10 on AT&T? Oh yeah, I remember that…vaguely. And while most of us have moved on to the X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro, two devices that are just barely fitting in with this generation of Androids, it appears that Ma Bell is just now catching on to their relatively ancient predecessor, the original X10. It’s kind of a sad story,… Read more