Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Mobile Phone Review
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It is quiet common that mobile manufacturers have a model that is
virtually identical to other models in the port sequence. Sony Ericsson
Xperia X10 Mini Pro is one such phone. The inside is in fact almost
identical with Xperia X10 Mini.
This Pro version differs considerably from the regular X10 Mini and has
the sliding full keyboard. This also means that the X10 Mini Pro has
grown slightly in all directions.
Although this is still a compact phone, it lacks the extremely charming
format of the original X10 Mini. In particular, looking at the thickness
of the phone, we can say that this is not a tiny phone. There are
however other phones with thinner keyboards, although this usually
extends slightly longer in height and width. Although the keyboard is
one of the smaller full keyboards, it works very well anyway. The keys
are slightly elevated and easy to distinguish from each other.
For some reason, Sony Ericsson did not use the entire width of the phone
for keypad. And why did they done so; it would perhaps provide room for
common keys and not just the arrow to the right and left on either side
of the keyboard.
Apart from the keyboard, it is mentioned little that separates X10 Mini
Pro with X10 Mini. The majority of what we wrote about X10 Mini is
applicable also for the Pro version.
Unfortunately, the similarities also apply to screen of X10 Mini Pro.
The screen is sharp to look at, but the size is still tiny tab.
Obviously, this is a natural consequence of this is a small phone, but
for a phone with professional ambitions is the screen too small. If you
use your phone as a professional phone set to different requirements of
what to show on screen. With the keyboard pushed out, screen appears
naturally in landscape mode. Unfortunately, the screen is quite
difficult when, for example, you are trying to reply to a message.
In practice, this ensures that even if you can see text messages as
conversations, but you will find yourself in a situation where you are
unable to see previous messages as you type. It is not at all different
from X10 Mini. Thus, with the keyboard in place and "Pro" in the name,
you might expect a bit more functionality.
We recognized that the menus are similar to the X10 Mini. This is a very
successful adaptation of the Android operating system for a small phone
like this. Among other things, you have a good Time Cape
implementation, which collects and shows what happens in the social
media you use. The only difference in the menus is that the screen can
now be displayed in landscape mode in many situations.
Since the menus are the same as the X10 Mini you can, in other words,
use X10 Mini Pro freely with sliding out the keyboard. However, you will
notice that the phone is stripped of advanced menu options. Thus, this
seems not a typical pro phone. Like previously mentioned, the amount of
information that can