Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini pro will have to stand on its toes to be seen but it doesn’t have to yell to be heard. Small and boxy, this certainly is not just another mobile phone. The X10 mini pro will impress many with the degree of miniaturization. And it’s not just a likeable chubby – the X10 has the element of surprise on its side. It hides a capable keyboard behind its back and you wouldn`t guess it`s a full-featured smartphone from ...
UPDATE: We`ve now published our test of the X10 Mini Pro`s successor - so check out the more efficiently-monikered Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro review. The Xperia X10 Mini Pro has recently been updated to Android 2.1, with Sony Ericsson finally getting around to modernising the antiquated Android 1.6 OS that powered the little Android QWERTY phone when it launched last year. The changes are slight, but with an improved web browser, more Bluetoot...
Pros: Extremely responsive, Solid build, Great battery life, Highly intuitive UI, Large number of home screens,
Cons: Android 2.1 is a welcome, but ageing, update, Numeric keypad text entry in touchscreen mode, 320x240 display not great for web, No trackpad, Exchange support only via an app,
Verdict: A polished and unique phone, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini pro manages to outdo a lot of its more expensive rivals...
Released at the end of June as promised, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro is essentially the X10 mini in terms of interface, but with a slide-out keyboard. That being the case, we won`t dwell on the software, but rather on its design and......
We recently tested the XPERIA X10 Mini, which struck to us as an odd-ball handset amongst the incrementally populating mid-level Android phone range. Although we appreciated many a things about that phone, from a functional point of view, the X10 Mini fell short due to one major reason -- the screen size. Everything from web-browsing to reading mails to typing on that non-QWERTY num-pad wasn`t as ideal as other big-screened Android phones in that...
Pros: Tactile QWERTY keyboard, Compact design, responsive UI, Good audio via bundled in-earphones, Good 5MP camera, Impressive feature-set (Wi-fi, GPS, 3.5G)
Cons: Tiny low-resolution screen isn`t ideal for power use, Old version of Android (1.6), A bit heavy
Verdict: We recently tested the XPERIA X10 Mini, which struck to us as an odd-ball handset amongst the incrementally populating mid-level Android phone range. Although we appreciated many a things about that phone, from a functional point of view, the X10 Min...
Overall User Rating (4.3 Out of 5 based on 4 ratings)
Best Features: almost everything tat is compatible
Overall: this is the best mobile amongst this range... U dnt buy a X10 mini pro but u urn it...
Best Features: Camera. Music, Android
Pros: Camera, Music, Android(upgraded), Ergonomics, Size, excellent touch screen
Cons: Screen Size
Overall: I had gone out to buy an android smart phone without having decided on one. I came upon the x10 mini pro in the shop and immediately took to it.Its design, compactness and quality alongwith the "sony" name all give lots of class. Its screen, small compared to other smartphones is not such a problem, it has nice clarity and can serve its purpose well.The touch screen is responsive, the wi fi and 3G capabilities are good and best features are the 5MP camera and the music.The play back is awesome and can be very loud without ruining the quality of the music ! I would recommend this phone to all of you readers. And at about 15000, its affordable too !
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