The well-received Sony Xperia X10 has had a little facelift. In an attempt to broaden its appeal, manufacturers have made the device look smaller, but at the same time somehow incorporated a Qwerty keyboard within its now-small frame.
Although the dimensions of the phone have been played around, the user interface has been wisely left alone. Running the excellent Timescape user interface, the menus look very elegant. In an effort to keep splash screens to a minimum, Timescape carefully groups relevant information together. For example, instead of having separate functions for emails, messages, social networks, etc., simply calling a contact now displays the message and email history along with social network updates as well as other information. This idea works well and of course there are individual apps available in case you need them. The operating system of this phone is Google Android, hence the various pre-installed apps, including Google Mobile and Google Talk. Media playback is supported thanks to the built-in Mediascape widget. This supports both audio and video and covers a variety of formats. The video you have recorded on the phone can also be displayed or, if you prefer, uploaded directly to YouTube. Making all these functions run quickly and smoothly is an 800Mhz processor.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro comes with 128MB of onboard memory, but the inclusion of a microSD slot allows you to upgrade it up to 16GB. This memory is useful for multimedia functions including the camera function, which captures images with a high resolution of 5 million pixels. Add in the mix video capture and you can see that the phone is really well specified.
It would be unfair to talk about the Xperia X10 Mini Pro without talking about its size. Weighing only 120 grams and measuring 90 x 52 x 17mm, the unit is very small considering how powerful this phone actually is, being more similar in measurements to one of the trendiest phones with more features. than a fully functioning smartphone. The 2.55 “capacitive touchscreen responds very well to the slightest touch, as well as displaying a crisp 240 x 320 resolution. Add 16 million colors to the equation and you have screen quality that matches the already impressive features behind it. scene. The Qwerty keyboard slides out when the phone is turned on its side, which means easy composition of messages and emails. There are four rows of keys, and although it is small, the keyboard is still larger than the one you used. found in the palm of your hand.
When it comes to phones to look forward to in 2010, the Xperia X10 Mini Pro is truly one of the pioneers. It satisfies both smartphone lovers and style buffs thanks to its small frame, sleek finish, and impressive list of features, backed by the heavy Google Android operating system. This is truly a phone to look at this year.