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Sony QX10 and QX100 Lens Cameras arrive for pre-order

Sony is just about ready to offer the official announcement for the QX10 and QX100 Lens Cameras, however as we saw yesterday -- the full set of details to include pricing and specs were already revealed. Those arrived yesterday afternoon when the press release leaked and given that, this latest bit should come with little in terms of surprise. Both the QX10 and QX100 Lens Cameras have arrived for pre-order.

Sony QX10 and QX100 “Lens-Style Camera” details leak in full

We recently saw the press release leak for the Sony Zperia Z1 (Honami) smartphone. That leak confirmed the specs for the handset and it looks like another Sony press release has leaked. This other is for the QX10 and QX100 "Lens-Style Cameras" and has come by way of Sony Alpha Rumors. That being said, we now have details to include the specs and pricing as well as a rough timeframe for release.

Sony “Lens G” QX100 price revealed in latest leak

Details of the Sony QX10 and QX100 have slowly been leaking. Leaks have included some basics on both models and we have even seen the user manual leak. These are basically a clip-on lens that will work with a smartphone or tablet and as we had seen from the leaked manual, the QX100 will be the higher-end of the two models.

XOLO X1000 launches with 4.7-inch display and 2GHz Intel Atom

Coming off the fairly recent announcement of the XOLO A1000, we have word of the X1000 smartphone which was unveiled this morning. The XOLO X1000 is available at this time and brings a relatively low contract-free price. The handset is also powered by an Intel Atom processor. While the specs are not over-the-top, the processor may make the X1000 one to consider if you happen to be looking for something with Intel and are opposed to the RAZR i.

Aocos PX102 tablet is a Transformer inspired slate for $200 with 4.1 Jelly Bean

The ASUS Transformer tablet really started a new trend in the world of tablets. Many have tried to offer similar options but ASUS is still leading the pack. As usual, those Chinese manufacturers have came up with their own alternative for half the cost. Meet the Aocos PX102 "Hummingbird" tablet with a 1.6 GHz processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and of course a Transformer-styled keyboard dock.

Toshiba Excite X10 Hands-On

This is undoubtedly Toshiba's best tablet to date, and has a great thin form factor. There was no lag while operating the device on the showroom floor, but there weren't many strenuous programs preloaded on it to give it a true test. It comes in at .3 inches thin with an aluminum backing, and is running Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) - it will be updated to Android 4.0 after release. We saw earlier that the Excite X10 had a generous 10.1" 1280x800 display, 1GB RAM, and ran over a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor. There is both a 5MP rear camera, and a 1.3MP front facing video cam. As you can see, it runs perfectly smooth in the demo, so the final model will likely be even better. It will launch at $529.99 for the 16GB, and a definite release date is not yet determined. Until now, Toshiba's tablets haven't been quite eye-friendly. But if this new style continues and they drop the price a little bit, they could have a great selling product. [gallery]

Xperia X10 Gingerbread Update Date Clarified by Sony Ericsson

In a letter to the public, Sony Ericsson Head of Product PR Mattias Holm noted that there had been an update on SonyEricsson.com regarding a Gingerbread update to the Xperia X10. Unfortunately for all parties involved, Holm notes now that the information saying that Xperia X10's update was available instantly was a bit premature. Instead, Holm notes that the update will take a few more days to roll out. On another note, there's been a lot of impersonating of Sony Ericsson's Rikard Skogberg happening in the past few weeks, Holm warning the public to only trust the one true Skogberg.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA ray and XPERIA active outed for X10 retroists and joggers

Sony Ericsson has outed a pair of new Android smartphones at CommunicAsia 2011 this week, the XPERIA ray and XPERIA active. Both running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the ray - which looks particularly similar to the XPERIA X10 - has an 8.1-megapixel camera but a considerably smaller, 3.3-inch touchscreen, while the active has a 3-inch touchscreen and is semi-ruggedized for runners and other sporty people. According to Crave, the XPERIA ray is 9.4mm thick and weighs 100g. Unlike other recent Sony Ericsson handsets, it has a front-facing camera for video calls, though it does use the familiar Timescape UI. The display is scratch-resistent and packs in 854 x 480 resolution, and the phone itself will be available in black, gold, white and pink. As for the XPERIA active, it too has a scratch-resistent display - though running at a mere 480 x 320 - but is also water-resistent for dunks of up to 1m for 30 minutes, and dustproof. It has GPS and a barometer, along with Bluetooth and a bundled wrist-strap. No word on pricing, but the Android pair are apparently set to drop sometime in Q3 2011.

XPERIA X10 Android 2.3 Gingerbread update coming August [Video]

Sony Ericsson has announced that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the XPERIA X10 is on track for a roll-out from the beginning of August 2011. The company has also released a video demo of the upgrade in action - which you can see below - as well as confirming just what features have made it in - or been left out - of the new ROM. After user requests, the original camera UI from the Eclair build has been left in the Gingebread update. The Facebook Inside XPERIA tweaks - which allow for sharing from the media player, browser and other apps - are present, as is most of the functionality from the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc.
"The UI with the desktop layout and pinch-to-overview gesture will be similar and Gingerbread features like Wi-Fi & USB tethering, App storage on SD-card etc are included. Also the customizable horizontal app tray and the media experience widgets from the 2011 XperiaTM Products are in, including an integrated equalizer in the music player. Of course also apps that require Android versions 2.2 or 2.3 will now be possible to download from Android Market, e.g. Adobe flash."
However, Sony Ericsson will not be including DLNA support out of the box, due to the inherent delays in getting type approvals, though third-party apps are available in the Android Market. Generic trade versions of the X10 will get the update first, followed by some operator models. However, the company warns that - as said before - some operator-supplied models will not be eligible for the Gingerbread update. [youtube zfEOU8juGec]
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