Summary: Always liked the Sony Ericsson Xperia for its features and size and durability. The size is one of the more attractive features for me and the functionality of the phone particularly typing texts for business purposes. Definitely user friendly for a woman's handbag.
Summary: Used this phone for a little more than two years. It's now retired as a music player, but it was quite the little trooper, and it fit in my tiny pockets. The small screen takes some getting used to, but the hardware keyboard makes up for it. Fresh out of the box it had some bugs, but those have since been remedied with firmware updates. Naturally(?), after over two years' worth of use, the keyboard's sliding mechanism has dug grooves on each side of the keyboard.
Summary: The phone is a really nice one. It is small, it fits in the palm of my hands. I love that about it. The only thing is that because it is a touch screen phone, my ear touches it while on a call and it sometimes cuts off, or the volume is muted and I hate that. The touch screen is very very sensitive. Wish I would have stayed with my regular old phone instead of upgrading. The keyboard is tiny, only for persons with small fingers.
Summary: The X10 mini pro lives up to it's name, "MINI". This phone is quite tiny, and makes using it in some situations a little difficult. The keyboard layout is nice and the buttons have a nice feel. The Android OS is dated, but works quite well and if you have a good mini SD card with the capacity to hold more than just a few pictures, the phone would do you well. I have larger hands and find use of the phone clumsy, but it works well and does the job.
Summary: I got this phone about a year ago and love this phone. It is a little thick phone because of the slide keyboard, but it is compact that I can put it my pocket or small purse no problem. It has a lot of functions including office suits that comes very convenient time to time. Pro: Touch screen is very responsive. Fast processing. It takes good pictures and videos. Music sounds is really good.
Summary: The phone works in the US with T-mobile. Especially, after the 1900 Mhz HSDPA+ was opened up. In Germany, I used it with the prepaid provider Congstar which is a company of T-mobile AG. It worked fine with them.
Summary: Pros: smooth interface, decent screen resolution, good camera with good gadgets Cons: screen smaller than thought but got used to it, color of special functio buttons is GREEN and could be hard to see in some lighting conditions (esp the key board is not back lit) Other Thoughts: I think this would leave a good impression in any one curious about android phones like me. Would probably fit a female better given the size and design.
Summary: At first I signed into all my social networks. They all worked just super, just like they do on my tablet. Only the battery was dead in less than a day. After I downloaded battery saver app the battery is keeping it up up to 4 days. Radio works independently of the network provider connection (or through it, or through wi-fi). I also love the full keyboard, and fast screen reaction on touch.