Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro / SK17 / SK17i
Showing 1-10 of 36
Sony X10 Mini Pro Review: In Depth
28 March 2014
Excerpt: Just when we thought Sony Ericsson had lost its mojo it releases the X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro. Not only are these phones small but they also run Android. If small is beautiful then Sony Ericsson might be on to something special.
Excerpt: There was a time, not too long ago, when having the smallest phone was a mark of prestige for handset manufacturers. Then HTC came along and convinced us that 4.3-inch smartphones are actually pretty useful, closely followed by Samsung and its current postulation that 4.5 inches might be even...
Pros: Excellent keyboard, Much cheaper than comparable phones, Improves on X10 Mini Pro in most respects
Cons: Resolution is still pretty low, Chunky, less pocketable than most, Software isn’t perfect
Conclusion: With the Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro , you'll surely succeed in being different. The tiny handset is indeed a looker, and it is such offerings that feel like a breath of fresh air in this crowded market.
Pros: Different, ultra-compact design, Very usable QWERTY keyboard, Custom UI full of little treats
Cons: Weak photo and video taking capabilities, Some physical buttons could be better
Excerpt: This is a global GSM phone. It can be used with AT&T and T-Mobile USA without 3G. The American version supports AT&T's 3G network. Sony Ericsson is getting better at adhering to smartphone release deadlines and thus it is time for us to review another round of chubby cuteness.
Pros: Physical QWERTY keyboard, Nice design with chrome accents, Good pictures and video, Great loudspeaker
Cons: Keys on the physical keyboard feel cramped, Handset is on the thick side
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini Pro features a 2.55 inch capacitive touch screen that is capable of displaying 16 million colours, with a screen dimension of 240 x 320 pixels. It features an accelerometer sensor that allows for automatically rotating the user interface.
Excerpt: The phone's chassis consists of glossy plastic on all sides and a pleasant matte finish on the back. Overall, the build quality is quite good. The design is not bad either, but like I've said before, it should have been slimmer.
Sony Ericsson's compact XPERIA X10 Mini Pro Android smartphone has its limitations, but it is still an impressive handset
Good Gear Guide.au
16 May 2011
Summary: Many people will find the XPERIA X10 Mini Pro too small. However, we found it to be a quirky but compelling handset. Sony Ericsson deserves a lot of credit for an excellent UI and a great physical keyboard, not to mention the fact that this is a fully fledged Android smartphone that doesn't skimp on...
Pros: Excellent interface, good build quality, excellent keyboard, doesn't skimp on features, capable performer
Cons: Display lacks clarity and sharpness, Timescape app is limited, not great for mobile browsing