The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is an Android smartphone with a four inch screen, one gigabyte of internal store and an eight megapixels camera. The phone has 384 megabytes of RAM and runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon S1 CPU.
The camera of the X10 features autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging and face detection. It can capture pictures at 3264 by 2448 pixels resolution and videos at either 1080 by 720 or 640 by 480 pixels resolution at 30 frames per second. A software update is required to record in 720p.
The CPU runs at 1 gigahertz and is supported in 3D applications by an Adreno 200 GPU. Moreover, the phone supports Bluetooth version 2.1, Wifi 802.11 b/g and GPS. The screen runs at 480 by 854 pixels, putting the pixel density at 245 pixels per inch. The microSD slot supports memory cards up to 32 gigabytes. An eight gigabytes memory card usually comes with the phone.
The phone has a Li-Po 1500 milliampere-hour battery that lasts for up to 425 hours in stand-by and 10 hours during calls. Although connecting to a 2G network increases the maximum talk time by two hours, it decreases the stand-by time by 10. Released in March 2010, the phone has since been discontinued.