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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro

Like its X10 Mini sibling, the Xperia X10 Mini Pro dares to be tiny.
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The 2.5-inch touch screen does take some getting used to. Sony Ericsson's User Experience interface masks the standard Android design.
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The camera lens and slash sit on the phone's back side.
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On the right spine are the camera shutter and volume rocker.
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You'll need to use a virtual keypad to dial phone numbers.
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The added physical keyboard makes for a much easier messaging experience. Even with the added bulk, the handset sits squarely in your hand.
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The keyboard is small, but relatively comfortable.
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