CNET también está disponible en español.
Don't show this again
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.
The display is too small for other functions, though. The virtual keyboard is not full QWERTY, but instead resembles an alphanumeric dialpad.
The X10 Mini's camera lens sits on its rear side.
Sony Ericsson was wise to offer a standard 3.5mm headset jack.
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.
The X10 Mini Pro looks almost the same as the X10 except it's slightly thicker to accommodate its keyboard.
The X10's keyboard is definitely small, but it was easier to use than we thought.
The camera lens sits on the X10 Mini Pro's rear side.