Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia pro/MK16A/MK16i
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REVIEW: Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro Android Smartphone
12 August 2013
Conclusion: Sony Ericsson is a big company, to be sure, but it’s still not among the top-tier when it comes to Android smartphones. That upper level is probably still held by HTC and Samsung, possibly with an honorable mention to Motorola. The Xperia pro continues with that kind of tradition.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro (Now Sony) melds the best of both worlds by offering power users the full size and specs of their high-end line with the full slideout QWERTY keyboard only previously seen in their mid-range offerings.
Pros: Comfortable and well-backlit physical keyboard, Good call quality, Strong and clear loudspeaker
Cons: Mediocre 8-megapixel camera and 720p video, Too small and fidgety power/lock button, volume rocker and camera shutter key
Conclusion: The Xperia Mini Pro deserves to be a success, it’s beautifully designed and well built, combining the convenience of a touchscreen for browsing with a full Qwerty. It's not perfect - the screen size and resolution means it isn’t probably the best choice for movie fans and the HD video camera is a...
Review: Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro — unforgettable it ain’t
21 February 2012
Excerpt: When I first got my hands on the Xperia Pro, I thought I was going to be pondering the merits of a slide-out keyboard in a touch-screen world. Then I started playing with it and was overwhelmed by how unimpressive it is. Sure it packs some serious fire power, but it just doesn’t leave an impression.
Conclusion: The Xperia Pro is a good buy if you are after an Android smartphone with a hardware keyboard. It has got a 3.7-inch display and a good keyboard. Music playback is excellent, while video playback and camera performances are average. There’s Stereo FM radio and a 1,500mAh battery to keep things going.
Conclusion: I believe that the type of people who would buy this type of phone would be people buying it as a gift for a child if the price was right, and younger people themselves who maybe can’t afford an iPhone or something similar, other than that I can’t really see businesses opting for this instead of...
Excerpt: The first thing that strikes you when you look at the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro is its beautiful 3.7" LED multi-touch screen. But it gets better! Hiding behind all that glitter is a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. A real..