The first Android phone from Sony Ericsson has been a long time in coming, but just like the revelations of Tiger Woods' wayward iron shots, you spend forever speculating about one, only for a whole bunch to arrive at once.
The company decided to let of the cats out of their respective bags at Mobile World Congress, by confirming the release of three new Android phones, all under the Xperia X10 banner.
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We knew of the Xperia X10 back in November, with its mammoth 4-inch touch screen, an 8-megapixel camera the new social networking friendly OS, but the arrival of two baby brothers came as a bit of a surprise during the Sony Ericsson Press Conference.
The Xperia X10 Mini, with a dinky 2.6-inch screen, and the Xperia X10 Mini Pro, with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, will perform many of the same functions as the Xperia X10 but with slightly downscaled specs and an altered UI.
Check out our hands-on pictures of the Xperia X10 series for an indepth look at what to expect from these handsets and also be sure to compare them for yourselves in our extensive hands-on video report live from Barcelona.
Link: Sony Ericsson