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Has anyone used a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10?

Asked by jm5225 (253points) September 14th, 2010

I am switching over to T-mobile because I started working there and am looking into getting a new phone. I will definitely be going with Android and had my eyes on the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. This is not a T-mobile phone but at a quick glance I believe it would meet all the qualifications to run on their network as far as frequency and things like that go. I have watched alot of reviews and videos on this phone but was wondering if any of you have used it. I am coming form using an Iphone 3GS…Only concern I have is i’ve heard the battery life is a little rough on the phone but my Iphone normally only last me ¾ of the day before I charge it as I use it very heavily. Any thoughts, comments, suggestions. I don’t like most of T-mobiles signature or standard phones and this one seemed to be a little of the odd guy which is why I wanted it.

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I have an X10 I find it easy to use and since the new downloaded upgrade the hd video is fab and the multi screens are much better. The battery life is a bit rubbish if you use the internet and I find myself charging my phone a lot over night but it does last at least a day and a half with continued use and at least 2 and a hlaf days limited use. (I charge it at work though to save me money) I like the mediascape aspect. I find the phone easy to use and I’m a bit of a technophobe! The android application is easy to find your way around and offers just as much as the iphone. The memory is good- I have several books on mine and lots of images etc…
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