Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Coming To Rogers… Social Networking Types Should Take Note

I got a tip from “my best friends at Rogers” who pointed me to a press release from Sony that announced that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will be coming to Rogers in Q2 of this year as a Rogers exclusive. So, you’re likely asking “why should I care that Rogers is getting this phone?” I’ll let the press release do the talking:

Introducing signature applications like Sony Ericsson Mediascape and Timescape™, the Xperia™ X10 lets consumers organize everything in their phone and in an intuitive way:

•  The Sony Ericsson Timescape™ application manages all your communication with one person in one place. Browse through your conversations and check out your Facebook™, Twitter™ and MySpace™ accounts 1 , photos, emails 1 , and texts 1 all in one seamless, easy to use interface

•  Sony Ericsson Mediascape application is the smart way to get all the music, photos and videos you want from your favourite friends and artists. It accesses this content from just about everywhere – your phone or YouTube™ and Facebook™ services 1 and presents everything for you in an integrated way

Intelligence capabilities, integrated into Sony Ericsson Mediascape and Timescape™ applications, automatically recognizes connections between contacts, content and media. By recommending alternative ways to communicate or guiding to new media experiences, consumers can discover more in a truly open way. For example:

•  Pressing the new “infinite button” guides you through the connected world, aggregating all your interactions with one person into one view

•  Intelligent face recognition features recognize up to five faces in any picture, automatically connecting them with your social phonebook and all other related communications with that person. The X10 also features an 8.1 megapixel camera including 16X digital zoom.

If you spend your time on social networking sites, this might be the phone for you. The camera at 8.1 megapixels isn’t half bad either.

Oh, I should also mention that this is an Android based phone as well. But Sony has enhanced it to make it unique. I had a handheld from Sony a number of years ago which had a Sony modified PalmOS on it and it worked extremely well. In fact it was better than a comparable PalmOS device from Palm. If they do the same thing with this phone, it should be a great phone.

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