Sony Ericsson Integrates Spotify Into Xperia X10
By on May 3rd, 2010

Sony Ericsson has revealed that it has developed a customized version of Xperia X10 with Spotify integration.

The Spotify mod integrates the online music streaming service into the Timescape and Mediascape interfaces offered by Xperia X10. While recently played songs on Spotify will show up as event tiles in Timescape, Spotify will be available as an online music service in Mediascape.

You can see the modified Xperia X10 interface, which was developed for the Swedish telecom operator Telia, in action in the video below.

The Spotify integration will also be launched in the United Kingdom in association with 3 Mobile. In addition to two months of free subscription, 3 Mobile users will also get access to celebrity playlists. Some of the notable bands and music artists, who have been roped in for this promotion include Keane, The Stereophonics and Ellie Goulding.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is the handset maker’s flagship Android device. It features an impressive combination of killer looks and functionality. You can find more Xperia X10 news here.

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  • Stefan H (STHLM)

    Im experiencing problems when I use Spotify on my Xperia x10 in my car. Between every song there are two pretty loud clicks that doesnt sound so healthy for neither the speakers nor the car stereo. I connect the x10 to the Saab 93x stereo with a cable that has ordinary headphone contacts. Help! Please, anyone! info@bmsg.se

 
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