The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is coming, SE promises us that. But we still don't know the final official details like the date it's coming, the price it'll be, and what US carrier it'll land on (if one at all). For a device that we were rather impressed with after giving it a hands-on and one that is also pretty well known in the Android world, it's surprising that Sony Ericsson hasn't gotten this thing out yet. But we guess it's not surprising since it is Sony Ericsson after all.
Either way, if you want to learn more about the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, a Sony Ericsson employee has answered a bunch of questions over at Tweakers (a Dutch site). The highlights (or lowlights?) are that the X10 runs Android 1.6 and won't launch with multitouch. Luckily, the X10 looks like it will upgrade to 2.1 sometime in the future but we're not exactly sure if they'll be able to add multitouch via software update (like the Nexus One & Droid did).
So we waited this long (and continue to wait) and SE still can't manage to get 2.1 and multitouch on launch? Not the news we wanted to hear!
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