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Sony Xperia X10 (AT&T)

The Xperia X10's 4-inch display takes up almost of its real estate.
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Has just three physical buttons below the display: a Menu control, a Home key and a Back button.
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Sony Ericsson's Timescape combines your messages, e-mails, and social media alerts into a steady feed.
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The X10's keyboard can be used in landscape mode across all applications.
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The camera lens and flash are located on the rear side of the X10.
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The X10 sports a thin profile. The camera shutter and volume rocker are located on the right spine.
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Thankfully, Sony Ericsson included a 3.5mm headset jack and a standard Micro-USB port on the X10. They sit on the phone's top end next to the power control.
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