Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini
Cute petite size.
Responsive touchscreen and swift interface.
Good audio via bundled in-earphones.
Customizable covers (4 in package).
Good feature set (Wi-fi, GPS, 3.5G).
A decent 5MP camera.
Good audio playback.
3.5mm headset jack.
1:1 ratio of home screen per widget, WiFi.
Screen is not crisp and vibrant.
Small screen and low resolution.
Inconvenient for long text input.
Old Android 1.6 OS.
Lacks camera editing options and its small size can hamper usability.
The volume level is rather low.
Timescape UI is passable.
Not for power users.
Couldn't use other hands frees with this piece.
Camera settings were inaccessible on this particular device.
Despite the inclusion of a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, the X10 can at times prove rather sluggish especially when auto-rotating.
A bit too small for some.
Non user replaceable battery.
By ThinkDigit on October 04, 2011
For a box price of just over Rs 13k, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini is a phone worth considering. Assuming of course that you are comfortable with the tiny (well, we are being spoilt by those 4-inch displays) display. The performance is very good. The...70
By BrightHub on May 20, 2011
It is one of the cheapest Android phones which will compete directly with the HTC Tattoo, Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700 in the budget end of the market. It is a decent buy, but on that budget, I would be leaning towards the Samsung Spica...60
By EISA on January 01, 2011
The Xperia X10 mini from Sony Ericsson is a very small and stylish mobile phone. Nonetheless, it delivers excellent performance with a comprehensive range of features such as GPS, Wi-Fi, 3G and a 5 megapixel camera with flash. The phone runs on the...-
By Canadian Reviewer on October 12, 2010
By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaSony’s catalogue is replete with miniaturized versions of successful products. Look at their VAIO P subnotebook, their Reader Pocket Edition and now the Sony Ericsson Xperia 10-Mini, which is the smallest touch-enabled...70
By Canadian Reviewer on September 28, 2010
Sony’s catalogue is replete with miniaturized versions of successful products. Look at their VAIO P subnotebook, their Reader Pocket Edition and now the Sony Ericsson Xperia 10-Mini, which is the smallest touch-enabled Androphone in the market...70
By Trusted Reviews on August 24, 2010
We must admit to being highly sceptical of the X10 mini when we first heard about it. The full-size fell well short of the mark and merely shrinking the device certainly wasn't going to fundamentally fix any of its issues. Things weren't...70
By CellPhoneQuick on August 23, 2010
Overall this world’s smallest Android phone which gets a 100% for it’s design.The UI has been optimized for the small screen pretty well.It comes out very favourably with excellent audio capabilities, a beautiful and snappy UI on top of the...-
By CNET Australia on August 16, 2010
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...77
By PhoneDog on August 11, 2010
I like the X10 mini solely because it bucks the trend of giant, 4+-inch devices and is proof that if we can have big devices on the market, then we can have equally tiny devices. Having used the XPERIA X10 and X10 mini, I prefer the X10 mini. It's...-
By TechTree on August 04, 2010
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini sells in the market for Rs. 15,000. It is a pretty likable phone due to its cute size, good audio as well as camera performance and the possibility to expand its functionality with the underlying Android OS. It's a...70