Wednesday , August 22 2018

Three have today, finally, launched the Xperia X10. After some delays, it hit the shelves, with even 1 store selling it yesterday. Today’s launch coincides with Telstra’s launch of the HTC Desire

The X10 has it’s own Three vibe as to differentiate between the Three version and the upcoming Telstra, Vodafone & Optus versions. Three are stocking the X10a which will work on both their own 2100MHz 3G network as well as roaming onto Telstra’s 850MHz “NextG” network.

I’ll have all the plan details up _here_ soon.

[Via: Three]

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Vodafone brought it out the same day. I just didn’t get to post it here. The Android 2.0 is definitely a misprint. No Android 2.X+ until September, as is the FM Radio they have printed as well.

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I see they have it on voda now too.

I assume the statement where it says it runs Android 2.0 is a misprint…or did i miss something?

http://store.vodafone.com.au/handset-sony-ericsson-xperia-x10.aspx

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