Sony-Ericsson’s Xperia Arc and Neo seen in action

Here's a video of the Sony Xperia Arc and Xperia Neo being taken through their thumb paces at a Press Conference in Copenhagen. Looking at the video, it's pretty clear just how snappy the interface is in both handsets. The phones are comfortable to hold thanks to their curved in design and the menus flip by at lightning pace. The video also shows a size comparison of both cameras along side the LG Optimus X2.

Sony Ericsson Arc System Dump in the Wild

For those of you that love Sony Ericsson and may have a x10, or any of their other Android phones. This might have some juicy stuff for you to use and enjoy. The amazing dev's over at XDA-Developers have pulled a system dump of the Xperia Arc. Things of this nature usually contain all the files you would typically want, and now you can get them and enjoy it on your other Sony Ericsson phone.

Xperia Lineup Receives Maintenance Update, X10 Receives MultiTouch

Sony Ericsson has announced that their current Xperia devices such as the X8, X10, X10 Mini and Pro - will be receiving a maintenance upgrade that will fix some common issues with the set of devices. Adding support for new languages that include Arabic, Hebrew, Farsi, and Thai, the update also brings in the expected performance updates.

Viliv X7 and X10: Hands On

We were able to get up close and personal with both of these tablets and we can vouch that they do indeed run smoothly. Viliv says they are trying to work with Sprint to release the X7 on their network, but in their press release it's stated that both of the devices will either land on WiMAX, 3G HSPA, or EVDO networks. Both will support bluetooth and have an "always-on" internet connection so checking email and surfing the internet will always be snappy.

O2’s Galaxy S being treated to Froyo November 15th

It looks as if the O2 version of the Samsung Galaxy S will finally be receiving Android 2.2 this month. In a newsletter leak to AndroidCentral we see that it will be receiving it on the 15th of this month, followed by the Sony Ericsson X10 line getting Android 2.1.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Unboxing And First Look

Android Community has received a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 for AT&T to review and had a chance to unbox it, along with take a first look at the hardware. The device currently runs Android 1.6 and has Sony's skin with Timescape and Mediascape on board. It has a 4 inch LCD display, with Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5mm headphone jack, SD card slot and 2GB card included along with 429MB of internal storage for apps. We will put in some time with the device and put the pressure on it to see how it holds up, and how Sony's skin is in everyday use. While we are doing that check out the unboxing and first look below to see what the phone has in store. [vms ceec564a00115c4d2133]

Galaxy S vs. Desire vs. X10 – Direct sunlight screen test

It’s a well known fact that AMOLED screen look terrible at best in direct sunlight. This makes the device almost unusable in direct sunlight. This is the one area where an LCD screen has a slight advantage over AMOLED screen. Samsung has just eliminated that advantage with the release of the Super AMOLED screen that made its debut on the Galaxy S.

Sony Android-Based Walkman Pictures

We finally can get a good look at the latest Android offering from Sony. This time around, they are introducing a new Walkman, these new pictures are going to be used in an upcoming promotion for the device. In the past we’ve only seen renders and a quick blurry shot. It’s a nice looking compact media player, this should be a good one.
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