The Sony Experia

When I first laid eyes on the sleek and sexy Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, the thought had graced my mind that maybe I would finally one day soon be able to declare a definite superior Android Device one day soon. Well fast forward almost a full year (eons in the smart phone world) and we're just now seeing it's first US carrier launch. Whether the fault lays on AT&T or SE's, it's currently unknown, but someone's gonna pay the price in the super competitive Android handset market. The phone launches to the public on the 15th, and sports a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 8.1 Megapixel Camera, 4-inch capacitive display, inbuilt GPS, 8GB on internal storage, a 2GB microSD card, and a couple of Sony Ericsson's custom overlays. Both the Mediascape and Timescape custom overlays will help you manage your music and calender data more efficiently. And having played with them at CES, they're actually a lot snapper than what I've seen from Motorola's MotoBlur or Samsung's S-Life.

If you're really antsy to get the device, it's $149.99 with a 2-year agreement via AT&T, but you can get it from your local Sony store for $20 cheaper. If you're really looking to save some cash, a week later the device goes on sale for $49.99 on Amazon. Even without the price cut, the device is arguably the best Android handset on AT&T with specs comparable to that of the Samsung Captivate. However the Xperia boasts its 8.1 megapixel camera, LED flash, and $50 cheaper than that of the Captivate.
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