Last week Sony Ericsson announced the release of three new cell phones, one of which is a compact version of their Xperia series X10.
To be expected early this fall, X8, an attempt to reproduce the Xperia X10 possibilities in a smaller and less expensive model, will look just like the X10 mini handset. It will run the latest Android 2.1 Eclair with, presumably, an upgrade possible right upon its release.
Curvy and stylish, the X8 will be available in four colors which are marked as pixellated tinge on one end of the handset. It will feature a 3″ screen and a 3.2mega pixel camera for making video.
Social network facilities are all there: you get a Facebook application and the Sony Ericsson Timescape user interface providing a real-time stream of the relevant information gleaned from all of your feeds.
There is no official word on pricing but according to what the SE blog spills it will come to something like 200 euros (about $248).
Source of the image: Blogs.sonyericsson.com.