The packaging that is included with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is basically the standard carrier deal. This means, you’re going to be getting the AT&T standard box with the picture of the product on the front and a whole series of AT&T logos and color schemes all over in a fairly tiny box. When we played with this box to determine its overall ability to protect the device we did notice a little movement inside, but upon opening it we had determined that the phone itself was safe and secure inside of a plastic clamshell.Accessories
As far as accessories go, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is bundled with everything you’d expect a smartphone to have included. The provided accessories include the charger [and removable USB cable], the memory card, and a slew of guides. In addition to that, there is also an included headset with the phone although our review sample only provided the lower half without the actual ear buds. The extensive inclusion of paperwork in our eyes is a good thing if you were to ever get lost, but we would say that perhaps AT&T and Sony Ericsson should consider just a quick start guide and the manual and make everything else easily accessible online to save paper and weight.
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