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Sony Ericsson's first Android phone highlights Microsoft's shortcomings

By Nick Wood , Total Telecom
Tuesday 03 November 09

Analyst concerned over consumer perception of Google's operating system as new Xperia handset leaves Windows out in the cold.

Sony Ericsson delivered a blow to Microsoft on Tuesday when it unveiled its latest Xperia handset, which unlike its Windows-powered predecessors is based on Google's Android operating system. Called X10, the flagship smartphone comes with a new Sony Ericsson-designed user interface that aggregates the user's contacts and communications from the likes of Facebook and Twitter into a single address book…

Sony Ericsson delivered a blow to Microsoft on Tuesday when it unveiled its latest Xperia handset, which unlike its Windows-powered predecessors is based on Google's Android operating system. Called X10, the flagship smartphone comes with a new Sony Ericsson-designed user interface that aggregates the user's contacts and communications from the likes of Facebook and Twitter into a single address book…

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