Sony Ericsson has newly liberated one more update for its Xperia X10 ex-flagship. Although it’s not the Gingerbread update that everyone was eager for, but it appears to be a quite major one on the other hand. This update brings a lot of modifications and all premature adopters assert to observe a considerable enhancement in performance.
The version number of the update is 2.1.B.0.1 and it appears to enhance screen sensitivity and general performance tweak with the effects being mainly outstanding in Timescape. There’s in addition a novel baseband in the package, which seemingly boosts signal strength and in-call sound class. Toggling between 2G and 3G networks is now supposed to be quicker and making a call takes lesser time.
A number of adopters have observed a modification in battery life for the better (other than the others report that it’s poorer) and there’s now voice search integration almost anywhere where you require it – search bar, browser and the rest.
A noticeable change is the system-wide availability of multi-touch. The X10 received official multi-touch support with its earlier update, but that only functioned in a few of the apps.
Sony Ericsson brought in slight bumps to the notification area, dialer pad and status bar. Fresh animations have also come into view around the interface and they seem to be smoother and swifter than before.
Hackers rejoice! The rooting solution from previous ROMs is attuned with this fresh one, therefore you won’t be losing rule over your system by updating.
Hence what are you waiting for? Go check to see if the update has become officially available to your region. If in case the update isn’t available then you can always follow the guide posted here, to flash it yourself. Just bear this in mind you should only attempt to do the tinkering when you are familiar with the risks associated with the flashing process otherwise wait for the update to go available in your region.