Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini
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Sony Xperia Mini
28 March 2014
Summary: "Excellent little phone unless you want a toy. As a phone it's quick and clear. Works well with e mail, web browsing is adequate. Camera quick and better than many but if you want it to play games with at the bus stop forget it, it's too small. It's a phone not a toy. "
Excerpt: This is the best phone.1 Ghz processor , great UI , HD Camera , XLoud Speaker , Browser supporting Flash Player need to ask more at such a Price tag.It even supports multi-touch.Gaming experience is quite nice.Has an microSD card port(Iphone 5 doesn't have it)
Summary: One of the best phones I've owned, Smartphone or otherwise. Works great with T-mobile, has a great wi-fi antenna, runs Android ICS very well, even though I have noticed that it does become less responsive the more app's that you try to run at the same time.
Summary: I have bought this smartphone for 1 year. It is working great. I love Sony and this phone is valuable and its shape is so nice and attractive. This phone is fast and I can do whatever I want on it. I love this mobile phone most.
Summary: It's small, which is what I wanted after my Evo from Sprint (who charged me 10 dollars a month for 4g for two years and still has not shown up in my town). This phone is small, screen looks great, and is as fast as the Evo moving between apps, etc.
Excellent phone but it doesn't work in 900 3G networks (band VIII)
Jose Fernandes, Amazon
6 November 2012
Summary: After turning on the device and using it for 5 to 10 minutes, the device started to behave unexpectedly when using menus or navigating through any application. However, once it was updated to Android 4.04 (Ice Cream Sandwich) the problem was solved and the phone started to work excellently.
Beautiful Phone, AT&T configuration issues, compatible to Mac
A. khan, Amazon
25 September 2012
Summary: I got the phone last night. No issues connecting to WiFi. If you are using AT&T, and 3G, make sure to have them add your IMEI number in their system. For me it was a nightmare, AT&T tech was frustrating to say the least.
Summary: I bought this phone to avoid paying over $600 for a replacement phone when my HTC Inspire went in the lake. I like it so far, but it won't allow me to connect to the internet. I wanted to contact the seller before writing a review, but I can't figure out how to do that, so this is my only option.