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Sony X10 Mini Review: In Depth
28 March 2014
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini offers a brand new take on Android and we applaud Sony Ericsson for that; it’s a cute system that’s really easy to use. If you’re a hardcore Android fan, this isn’t the handset for you (you’d be better off checking out the X10) – but if you’re after a pocket-friendly handset and a little taster of Android goodness, you could do a lot worse.
Conclusion: We can't give a final star rating to these two charming baby Android phones since Sony Ericsson wasn't able to provide us with ballpark pricing. Our guess is that they'll sell for $300 to $350 without a contract, and if that's the case, we give them a thumbs-up if you're looking for an incredibly pocketable Android smartphone.
Excerpt: As far as fun phones go, with the Xperia X10 Mini there’s never a dull moment. It’s petite and ready to party. Take a closer look. Form Factor Here’s what I liked – it’s small and easy to operate with just one, hand and comfortable to hold thanks to the 'Human Curvature' form. The 2.5-inch (240 x 320 pixels) capacitive touchscreen is scratch resistant. It’s lightweight and can fit just about anywhere.
Conclusion: The mobile phone comes with a built in music player that can play diverse music files such as MP3, eAAC+, WMA, and WAV. It also features a video play back that is capable of playing MP4, H.263, H.264, and WMV. Other prominent applications that the mobile phone supports are Google Talk, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Search, and YouTube.
Pros: 3G, Scratch resistant touch screen, Android OS
Cons: Timescape spec on a small screen display makes it fiddly
Excerpt: Launching a smaller, streamlined version of the full blown flagship model, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 at lower prices to attract more buyers. It's not always worked wonder for Nokia or HTC, let's find out if Sony Ericsson does things a little differently.