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Sony Xperia X10 or Star X10 Cellular Phone, What’s different?


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And now is your chance to get this phone, which strongly resembles the Sony Xperia X10. But hurry up, because you wouldn't want it to sell out with it's incredibly low price of $108.00.

So you like those phones with touch screens? Well you won't find a touch screen as cool as the one that comes with the Star X10, that's for sure. This phone's 3.8 inch touch screen is more than half an inch larger than the average touch screen on Cell Phone of its kind. And I'm sure you'd just love to watch your favorite MP4 movies on it! And of course you can watch analog TV on it, too. After all, you wouldn't want to waste a touch screen that amazing, would you? And, of course, you can still listen to all of your favorite MP3 songs on the Star X10's media player.

So if the touch screen alone isn't cool enough for you, maybe the awesome, built-in 2.0 mega pixel camera is. This camera has a total of three functions - that's right three. Can you guess what they are? Well, you got pictures and videos right, which alone are pretty great to have on your Star X10. But I bet you didn't guess that this camera also has a flashlight function! Good thing, too - you wouldn't want to miss out on seeing that 3.8 inch touch screen at night, after you've spent a long day taking pictures and videos to show your friends.

Seeing as you're looking for a pretty decent phone, I bet you like to communicate with people. Lucky for you the Star X10 comes with five built-in applications to let you talk with people all over the place, not by phone call! With Facebook, MSN, Skype Twitter, and Yahoo Messenger, you'll never be left out of any conversations again. Oh, and I suppose you'd like regular internet, too. Wow, today really is your lucky day, because the Star X10 just so happens to come with WiFi support, so you can browse the internet for free any time you're in a WiFi hotspot.

Are you the type of person who just loves to read on a nice summer day? Well, never again will you have to worry about carrying all those books with you, because your new Star X10 will come with it's own built-in E-book reader! You can read all your favorite books at any time wherever you are!

So you want to have something cool and eye-catching to show your friends, too? How about you show them the handshaking functions that come with the Star X10? By shaking your cell phone gently you can give it lots of commands, like switching songs or even changing the wallpaper.

I hope all these functions don't leave you wondering about how much memory you'll have on your phone, because you will have as much as you like. With the Star X10, you can use the SD card extension to give your phone memory anywhere from 256 MB to a whopping 8GB! So if you don't need much memory, don't pay for it. And if you do, you can get it.

The Star X10 comes with Quadband support for anywhere in the world in 19 different languages. And it has a 12-month warranty.

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