Finally Sony Ericsson has come out with the truth about the Rachel phone we all have been talking about lately. And yes, it is an Android smartphone, and according to Sony Ericsson; the XPERIA X10 "introduces an open and integrated world of social media, communication and entertainment."
Our good pal Chris over at SlashGear was with Sony Ericsson in London yesterday, and took a good look at the new device from SE. The company said to him this is the launch not only of the Android X10 but of a new “user experience platform." The XPERIA X10 will be the flagship phone in a family of phones coming out from SE during the first half of 2010. Now when exactly is that? Well, SE is not saying, so stay tune.
According to SE, the new UX - that's how they are calling the "user experience" - platform "lets consumers organize everything and discover more with the most open, human and intuitive user experience yet". The XPERIA X10 has a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen running at WVGA 480 x 854 resolution, and unfortunately there isn't multitouch support. It includes UMTS 3G HSDPA/HSUPA, along with WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS, and all this will be run with the 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.
If you want to find out more about the new XPERIA X10 from Sony Ericsson, than head on over to SlashGear. Also, don't forget to check the video (below) of the hands-on with this new Sony device.