Previously codenamed Rachel, the Xperia X10 looks to "truly humanise the way people interact with their phones". Its UX platform builds upon the Open OS, and aims to be a feature-rich entertainment and social media handset.
Rachel, Kiki, say hi to the Tech Digest readers. Everyone, that’s Rachel on the the left in the black. Remember, you guys met the other day. That’s right, she’s the upgrade of the Sony Ericsson Xperia only with a 1GHz Snapdragon chipset, Android OS and 8.1-megapixel camera. Charmed, I’m sure.
And Rachel’s friend in the black there, that’s Kiki. Now, Kiki’s a little more shy. She hasn’t told us too much about her but her unique dress with the screen you can view from both sides and intriguing looking lack of buttons are sure to raise an eyebrow.
Now, they’ve brought along some more from their portfolios today for us to have a look at and Rachel’s even got a little video of the OS that SE seems to be building to put ontop of Android. Have a good look and I’m sure you’ll agree we’re looking at two models with glittering careers ahead of them.