WebProNews got an up close and personal look at the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 at CES 2010. According to Michael Martin, this is the first phone that “really will out speed the iPhone 3GS.” Although iPhone lovers might consider that statement a debatable topic, there is still tremendous excitement around this mobile device.
First and foremost, this phone operates on the Android platform. Two of the most unique features include Sony Ericsson Timescape and Mediascape. Timescape provides a chronological collection of all communication on your phone in one place. Whether it is emails, Facebook, text messages, or phone calls, users have access to all of them through Timescape.
Mediascape is similar, but it stores all music, videos, and photos in one place. In the photos section, if a user tags one photo, the device will conduct facial recognition that goes back through the entire album and tags other images as long as 75 percent of the face is captured.
The speed of the device is one of the most talked about features and is credited to its 1 GHz Snapdragon processor. Although a release date for the U.S. has yet to be announced, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is expected to hit Canada in Q1 and Q2.