Good Gear Guide
Hands-on with Sony Ericsson's first Android phone:...
Although our demo model was still a preproduction version, the software couldn't be accused of lacking speed. We found it swift to open and close applications, smooth to swipe through menus and responsive to finger presses and gestures. The entire UI looks clean and feels polished — we think it's an improvement over Google’s own Nexus One smartphone.
Hands-on with Sony Ericsson's first Android phone: the XPERIA X10