Sony Ericsson's first Android device might almost be upon us, after months of teasing and leaks. The company has announced a product launch on November 3rd, believed to be the debut of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 (aka X3 or Rachael), expected to have an 8-megapixel camera, HSPA, a huge touchscreen and Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon processor behind the scenes.
According to the source code of the teaser page, the stylized infinity symbol at the top is the Rachael Infinity symbol, and likely refers to Sony Ericsson's home-grown UI which we first saw demonstrated back in July. Like HTC's work with Sense, Rachael offers easier access to social networks and other communications, with a gesture-based interface.
We've also been pointed in the direction of the following video, purporting to be of the XPERIA X10 brochure. However we're calling fake on this, based on the shonky grammar and unlikely phrasing: "you will feel how zippy and fast your device is" just doesn't sound like Sony Ericsson, frankly.