Sony Ericsson X10 could soon be an upgrade option for consumers
26 January 2010 — 12:00 PM
Orange has suggested that it will be releasing the Sony Ericsson X10 Android handset to customers in the UK in the near future.
TechRadar believes that Orange has picked up the rights to sell the new phone, although it suggests that it is as yet unclear whether this will be an exclusive deal or if other operators will also be making the mobile available.
An Orange spokesperson said: "Although no official launch date or pricing details for this device have been made, as the number one destination for consumers wanting innovative multimedia devices, we continually look to range the latest high-end handsets on the market."
Orange provided consumers with several potential reasons to trade in their used phone last year, selling handsets including the iPhone 3GS, the HTC Hero and the Samsung i8910HD.
The website suggests that the handset will be launching on the network in March or early April, which is also the anticipated launch period for the Sony Ericsson Vivaz which offers features including an 8.1-megapixel camera.
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