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Arne Hess

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CanadianRogers just announced in acompany tweet, that Canadians will be among the first in the world to experience open and integrated social media, communication and entertainment with the launch of the Sony EricssonXperiaX10Android smartphone, which will make its North American debut first in Canada, exclusively from Rogers. Introducing signature applications like Sony Ericsson's Mediascape and Timescape, the Xperia X10 lets consumers organize everything in their phone and in an intuitive way.

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Ditmar

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That's really fast! I mean the Sony Ericsson X2 which, as far as I know, has been released much earlier will go on sale somewhere around now as well!
If I had to choose between the two I'd be pretty sure to go for the Sony Ericsson X10, just look at the specs:Specs Xperia X10. Timescape and mediascape should be great to use, I'm curious!


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