Review: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
The X10's 8.1 megapixel camera delivers razor-sharp images that have great white balance and color. I haven't seen pictures turn out with such clarity from a camera phone in some time. I was truly impressed with the quality of the X10's camera. I saw very little noise or pixelation, and exposure was correct almost all the time. In challenging environments, such as rooms flooded with sunlight, the X10 did an admirable job at balancing out the bright and dark spots. White balance control is critical, and the X10 did a superb job of delivering. You'll easily want to share images captured with the X10 via every means available.
The X10 shoots video with a maximum resolution of WVGA. While the videos look good all around, I can't help but express disappointment with the lack of 720p video capture. Still, the videos I shot were clear, in focus, with almost no noise or grain of any kind. Colors and white balance were spot on, and the X10 handled drastic changes in lighting with ease. You will easily want to share videos captured with the X10 on YouTube and perhaps even on your big screen TV.
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