Many X10 users have been anxiously awaiting the OS update for their device so that they can finally be on Android 2.1. We have seen this update pushed back many times, then confirmed to still be on track, and with a recent update from Sony Ericsson we come to find out it has been delayed again. The new timeline is said to have an October rollout, instead of September (funny, since the month is almost over) but they firmly believe that the extra time will be worth the wait in the quality of the build. While it seems to be the same song and dance coming from them everytime an update is near, we hope this date holds true for all you X10 users. For more information about this update and to see exactly what it will bring to your device, check out this link. [via Sony Ericsson Blog]
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