By 26 May 2010 | Categories: news


If you own a Sony Ericsson (SE) Xperia X10, you can look forward to tapping even better performance from your Android loving smartphone, when UXP (UX platform), SE’s framework for the core of their new mobile portfolio, gets an update.
UXP was introduced with the Xperia X10 series of phones (Xperia X10, Xperia X10 mini and Xperia X10 mini pro), with this user interface (UI) layer utilised on top of the Android mobile OS. SE plans on developing and improving it via a series of software updates, the first of which will be available during Q4 of this year.
Some of the benefits for Xperia X10 users include an upgrade to Android OS version 2.1, HD video recording ability as seen on the Sony Ericsson Vivaz, wireless home connectivity via DLNA and improvements to both SE’s Timescape and Mediascape applications. Android 2.1 adds basic voice controls, additional privacy features, live wallpapers and a few other benefits like added speed. 
SE also confirmed that both the Xperia X10 mini as well as the Xperia X10 mini pro will be upgraded to Android version 2.1 during Q4 of 2010. More info concerning the UXP software updates will be made available throughout the year via SE’s product blog


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