For sure, manufacturers have been sweating out to expand and strengthen their stand in the global market. Following suit, NTT Docomo has recently taken the covers off its Docomo smartphone Xperia, manufactured by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications. Known as the Xperia X10 in markets outside Japan, the handset is slated to go on sale in Japan this April.
Built on the open Android operating system and powered by a speedy 1GHz CPU, the engaging device hugs a 4.0-inch touchscreen and brings intelligent mobile communication, web browsing, music and other media features.
Filled to the brim with enticing features, the Xperia comes equipped with Mediascape, a Sony Ericsson signature application for intuitive organization of music, photos and videos. In addition, another signature Sony Ericsson app, Timescape, intuitively organizes communication histories with each individual and offers quick mobile access to the user’s favorite means of communication.
Besides, the feature-rich piece is compatible with Foma high-speed, Docomo’s HSUPA/HSDPA data-communication service for extra-fast 2.0 Mbps uplinks and 7.2 Mbps downlinks. Additionally, the Xperia is packed with Wi-Fi, ability to upload videos and photos to YouTube and Picasa, and capability to download apps from Android Market. Google services such as Google Search, Google Maps and Gmail are preloaded.
Further, the latest offering from Docomo embraces POBox Touch 1.0, Sony Ericsson’s unique predictive text-input system for Japanese and English. Captivatingly, the handset intelligently predicts words and then highlights the next key for quicker, easier input. Not to forget, the device embodies 8.1-megapixel camera as well, enabling photography buffs to satisfy their photography desire.
The Xperia X10 is scheduled to go on sale in Japan this year.