The Good Snappy user interface Update to Android 2.1 expected in Q4 5-megapixel camera performs admirably Turn-by-turn navigation Support for Exchange ActiveSync.
The Bad Tiny size isn't for everyone Timescape has limited uses.
The Bottom Line The Xperia X10 mini runs on a smartphone operating system, but is actually more suited for people who want a simple yet robust device that's also a little versatile when it comes to looks.
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini was announced in February at the Barcelona-based Mobile World Congress. It may be two generations behind with Android 1.6, but the pint-sized package sheds the heavy features of theand gets back to basics along with a snappy processor.
The mini has the smallest footprint in the Xperia X10 family. It's so small we could palm the entire phone in our hand, and with space left over. The mini's tiny footprint is suited for those who like to hang their phone around their neck on a lanyard.
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