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Vodafone: get your Sony Ericsson X10 from us on 2 April

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There's a huge buzz about the Xperia X10 - the upcoming Android smartphone from Sony Ericsson - and if you're keen to get your hands on one, Vodafone will set you a handset on 2 April, it said today.

The operator said the X10 will be available for free on monthly contracts from £35 - with a two-year tie-in - providing 900 minutes' call time, unlimited texts and 500MB of mobile internet.

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Sony Ericsson will be pushing the X10 hard next month, touting its 4in touchscreen and custom TimeScape social networking-centric UI. You can see our video demo here.

The X10 also sports an 8.1Mp, auto-focus camera; 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; Assisted GPS; 1GB of internal memory plus an 8GB Micro SD card.

In addition to Vodafone, Virgin Media will also be offering the handset, as will Orange. In fact, the French-owned operator has the exclusive on the white X10 - everyone else's is black. ®

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