Xperia X10 Mini

BARCELONA--The X10 Mini certainly is cute. The Android device packs a lot of functionality into the attractive 2.5-inch touch screen. Each corner of the display offers a shortcut to features like messaging, the dialpad, and the music player.
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Xperia X10 Mini

The display is too small for other functions, though. The virtual keyboard is not full QWERTY, but instead resembles an alphanumeric dialpad.
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Xperia X10 Mini

The X10 Mini's camera lens sits on its rear side.
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Xperia X10 Mini

Sony Ericsson was wise to offer a standard 3.5mm headset jack.
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Xperia X10 Mini

We also like the Micro-USB charger port. Like the 3.5mm jack, the port is present on both the X10 Mini and the X10 Mini Pro.
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X10 Mini Pro

The X10 Mini Pro looks almost the same as the X10 except it's slightly thicker to accommodate its keyboard.
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X10 Mini Pro

The X10's keyboard is definitely small, but it was easier to use than we thought.
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X10 Mini Pro

The camera lens sits on the X10 Mini Pro's rear side.
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