Sony Ericsson and Optus to Launch Xperia X10 mini With Free Streaming of 2010 World Cup Soccer

Written By Sam on 8 June 2010
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Following the prestigious launch of HTC Aria by AT&T which was said to be the smallest Android run device in recent times, now Sony Ericsson tied up with Australian telecommunications company Optus and unveiled its all new Xperia X10 mini, an Android phone proved to be the smallest in size (Until April 2010) by 83x50x16 mm and weighing 88 grams. Xperia X10 Mini has got a 5MP camera, 3.5mm audio jack, 2GB microSD which is expandable up to 16GB. Xperia X10 mini also comes with Free live streaming of 2010 world cup soccer games.

Xperia X10 mini is available for $0 upfront on a $49 “social” plan over 24 months which includes 500MB of data per month. Apart from the basic plan there are many more exciting plans which users can avail from the Optus official website. Along with the live streaming of 2010 World Cup, the X10 mini also gives access to match scores, news, statistics, highlights of world cup, video-on-demand clips served exclusively for the Optus customers.

From the desk of managing director of Sony Ericsson it is also said, that the customers has got to explore many of their new services daily during the FIFA world cup and also after its done, the version used in this phone is Android 1.6, but the sources say that it can be upgraded. So all the Optus customers, be prepared to explore the new touch world with the new Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini.

One Response to “Sony Ericsson and Optus to Launch Xperia X10 mini With Free Streaming of 2010 World Cup Soccer”

  1. jafar says:

    hi . i wanth arabic or pershian kaybord for sony ericsson mini xperia 10 . tanks

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