Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro
Above average battery life, Decent imaging quality from Exmor sensor, Ease of use with 3.7inch display
Very fast; Snugly fits in your pocket or palm; Full QWERTY keyboard; Good design; Gingerbread comes preinstalled.
Well designed overall, Extremely comfortable QWERTY keypad, Goof image quality from the camera, Plenty of useful features, Good audio form player and on calls
Slide out QWERTY keyboard, Stylish and compact, Simplified and snappy UI, A decent 5MP camera, Good audio playback, Full fledged GPS function
Tactile QWERTY keyboard, Compact design, responsive UI, Good audio via bundled in-earphones, Good 5MP camera, Impressive feature-set (Wi-fi, GPS, 3.5G)
QWERTY keypad, Smooth UI, Looks
The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro offers a lot of features for its size. It has an attractive user interface and a comfortable keyboard.
Ultra-pocket-size dimensions. User-friendly. Thumb-friendly keyboard. Handy social networking widget
Compact keyboard; unique, intuitive user interface; great music player; access to Android Market...
Physical QWERTY keyboard, Nice design with chrome accents, Good pictures and video, Great loudspeaker
Stiff and flushed physical keys
Keyboard can become uncomfortable after long use; Cumbersome browsing experience
Wi-Fi kept getting disconnected, Camera settings were still inaccessible
Limited screen size, Timescape UI is passable, Not for power users
Tiny low-resolution screen isn't ideal for power use, Old version of Android (1.6), A bit heavy
The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro lacks camera editing options and its small size can hamper usability. It's stuck on Android 1.6 and its volume level is rather low.
Android 1.6 OS feels outdated. Limited widget customisation. Average screen resolution. No Mediascape multimedia management
Old version of Android that is unlikely to be upgradeable anytime soon, difficult to actually make phone calls Look and Feel...
Keys on the physical keyboard feel cramped, Handset is on the thick side
By HardwareZone.com on February 16, 2012
With a single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 1GHz processor powering the Xperia Pro, some might wonder if it performs as admirably as its competitors with a dual-core processor. To answer that, we took the Xperia Pro out for a spin, mostly...80
By Tbreak.com on September 26, 2011
On paper, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro seems just about as perfect an Android smartphone can get. It’s very small, yet has all the hardware its elder siblings in the new Xperia line carry. One of the worst things about Android for me is the...80
By Zath UK on January 18, 2011
The first thing to say is that if you are looking for a cheap smartphone this isn’t perhaps the phone for you – the price tag of around £260 sim free is really a little steep for that purpose. But if you want a small phone that will...-
By Gadget Guy Australia on October 15, 2010
At 9cm x 5.2cm, the Xperia X10 Mini Pro is one of the smallest smartphones we've seen. Don't be fooled by its size though, as there's a lot going on inside. A slide-out QWERTY keyboard kicks things off, then there's WiFi b/g support,...70
By PC Authority on October 07, 2010
Good things come in small parcels but the Mini Pro is too small...67
By Expert Reviews on October 05, 2010
The Timescape UI and customisations make up for the older version of Android, and some may like its cute size, but battery life is poor and there's little storage space....60
By Trusted Reviews on October 01, 2010
When we looked at the , we were amazed by just how usable such a small touchscreen Android smartphone could be. Now Sony Ericsson has added a keyboard to this tiny device, does it further add to the experience or has it finally pushed the...80
By PCWorld New Zealand on September 27, 2010
With the release of its new Xperia X10 smartphone – an Android device with an impressive four-inch touchscreen – Sony Ericsson saw an opportunity to capture a broader segment of consumers by offering two miniature versions: the Xperia X10...80
By Tech2 on August 31, 2010
ConnectivityThe Mini Pro’s 3G capability is still mute at the moment but with EDGE/GPRS you’ll have no issues with the connecting to your email, browsing or social networking. One rather major issue we came across was that the Wi-Fi...80
By PC Advisor on August 26, 2010
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro is definitely a better version of the two X10 mini series phones. Despite its slightly chunkier body, the X10 mini pro is one impressive compact Android phone with all the goodness of the X10 mini plus an...80