Tuesday , March 20 2018

Sony Ericsson X8 ‘Shakira’ headed to Optus Prepaid for $249

Everyone loves a premium product, so the fact that the newly released Sony Ericsson X8 ‘Shakira’ is on its way to Optus Prepaid can only be good news. There is currently no date for availability, but it’s currently available for pre-order on the Dick Smitch website and no doubt will be available from Dick Smith retailers in the near future.

The X8 runs, yep you guessed it, Android 1.6 powered by a 600MHz CPU and has a 3″ capacitive touchscreen for you to play with. The device is a grown up X10 Mini, or a shrunken-down Xperia X10. Whichever way you look at it, it’s filling the void between large and small devices at a reasonable price given the specs, which can of course be found after the break.

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– Android 1.6
– 600MHz Qualcomm CPU
– 3″ HVGA Capacitive Display
– HSDPA 900/2100MHz
– 3.2MP Camera
– WiFi b/g
– Bluetooth 2.1
– 3.5mm Jack

Source: Dick Smith.

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7 Comments on "Sony Ericsson X8 ‘Shakira’ headed to Optus Prepaid for $249"

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Johanna Schwart
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I’d have to examine with you here. Which is not something I normally do! I take pleasure in reading a publish that can make individuals think. Additionally, thanks for permitting me to remark!

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whats with the out of date android os versions?

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And by ‘far better specced’ I really just mean that it’ll have 2.2 rather than ancient 1.6

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and stock android, not having to wait for 2.2 (ehemm.. X10).

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UGH at the SE launcher. They couldn’t use the X10 launcher?

Wonder what the % of users who download ADW in the first day is.

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Or get the LG Optimus One, a far better specced phone which’ll be about the same price probably.

If it ever bloody comes out that is.

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The optimus one is $50 more expensive apparently, according to old posts, stil, it is heaps worth the extra!
2.2, 3.2inch screen! multitouch!
It keeps getin better

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