Sony Ericsson Xperia

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X 10 Mini Pro is the latest phone of the constructor. Immediately, it is characterized by its tiny template and its rounded, sober and elegant lines. This mobile also do Android as the operating system.
Design / ergonomics
What surprising immediately with the last born of the House Sony-Ericsson it is its very small size, not more than 10 cm in length. His Pro designation comes because it possesses a physical QWERTY keyboard, it can push small size, however it is very convenient to use. Weight 120 g does not represent a real disadvantage, so that it will find its place in any pocket.
The Android operating system
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X 10 Mini Pro do the latest version of Android, it is the last update of this software, probably the best. High-performance it allows to take advantage of all the services related to Google: Gmail, Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google Talk… Navigation in the menus of the terminal is very intuitive and easy to use.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X 10 Mini Pro has a connection 3 G + for comfortable use on the internet. Web pages open quickly, and despite the 2.5-inch screen, everything is perfectly readable. This phone has nothing to envy of larger smart-phones.
The terminal is equipped with a digital camera of 5 megapixels with autofocus and LED flash. The mobile also integrates a taking jack 3, 5 mm, very practical to connect its audio headset to listen to his favorite mp3 files or the FM radio in stereo. Even if its internal memory is limited, it is expandable up to 16 GB.
For summary, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X 10 Mini Pro is be the good surprise of the year 2010, it is a good smartphone, compact, with tactile keyboard, shipping the latest version of Android, in addition it has a very good autonomy, nearly
4 hours in communication and 360 hours on standby.
Note: the official Sony Ericsson illustration shows the mobile with a QWERTY keyboard. We would like to clarify that the version that we sell has a keyboard QWERTY (as is the case for all of the physical keyboard of our mobile)