Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
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28 March 2014
Summary: "The income call tone is still poor but the camera is great. Timescape looks good but is clumsy to handle. Text input takes too long, too many useless suggestions. The vibration mode could be much more effective. I love the big screen.
Excerpt: Having been a Sony fan for year, I enthusiastically purchased the Xperia but have been sorely disappointed. The biggest frustration is with calls: at least 2-3 per day just abruptly end. I have changed SIM card and battery packs: still no solution. Battery life is poor: just about makes it through the day. All in all, wont be buying Sony again.
Summary: The battery lasts only a day, even if you don't speak very much. When wi-fi or bluetooth is on, the battery has no future. It is also not easy to learn the menu and you can't write a sound and use it as your ringphone.
Excerpt: I've used this phone for a couple weeks now and any overall satisfied with the phone. I like that the phone is an Android which allows me to download apps from the Android Marketplace. Though the marketplace is not as extensive as Apple's Appstore, there are plenty of developers working on applications that are useful to any smartphone user. Furthermore, I love the large screen on this phone. It allows watching videos or surfing the web much easier on the eyes.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is a great starter android phone.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am rather new to the android phone scene, but I can say that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is a great starter android phone. I've had my Xperia X10 for a few months now and I absolutely LOVE it. Granted my last phone was a non-smart phone the plethora of features brought by the android OS is overwhelming. The hardware itself is not that bad. The Xperia X10 boasts a 8.1 MP camera.
Excerpt: I don't use it much, and it's my first ever Android Phone. I don't really use it besides calls and texting, since I already have an iPod Touch. I really wish I could sell it, but since I'm stuck with a contract and my family cannot cancel it, I'm pretty much bored with it. It does whatever a Android Phone Can do... except a few bad things. -No multitouch...
Excerpt: The Xperia X10 was beautiful when I first saw the ad for it. I wanted it so badly, but when I bought the AT&T version used, it was awful. The call quality was the worst, the camera was great outdoors (but slow), the phone wasn't durable, and it got viruses from downloading music. I will look twice next time I buy an Android.
Pros: Camera, Design, especially in white, Navigation, Amount of Apps
Cons: No front camera, Battery is so-so, Call quality, Durability, Doesn't work with Macs and Beats., Viruses are possible, Speed, Swype is terrible btw.