Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 phone was released last year to the dismay of many people – with Android 1.6 installed. But the update to Android 2.1 was promised not long after, prodding people into getting the phone. Well now that it’s been quite some time, the update has been released – but not in the states. And to make things worse, the phone was recently removed from AT&T’s lineup of devices. The phone is no longer being stocked according to their website, and only refurbished Xperia X10 handsets are on sale for $0.01 on a 2-year contract. Now this doesn’t mean that X10 users won’t be seeing the 2.1 update for sure, but things aren’t looking too good if users are hoping for the Android 2.1 update to reach their handsets. Of course, there always is the option to take matters into your own hands – it is an Android phone after all. But to the less adventurous, the fate of your phone is in the hands of AT&T and Sony Ericsson.
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