Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro Review studies the latest copy of the Sony Ericsson X10 Mini. It is the pro version of the same instrument. The variation lies in that this device provides QWERTY keyboard. While the prior copy attracted vast group of people, the pro version appeals to those people who like to send plenty of messages.
The phone’s screen is small and nearly of the similar pattern, though extremely functional due to the excellent tweaks provided by the operating system.
The keypad too is tiny, and sliding, fashioned in 4 x 10 grid, and is having the bottom row which involves the space bar, is slightly of larger size. Pressing the keys is easy because of the strength rendered by good quality of construction.
The number pad is a remarkable one. As you press the blue key, you can get alternative alphabets, and more numbers and punctuations, and the other alphabets can be accessed by pressing a Sym button. To access caps, you have to press the shift key same as in a typewriter or a computer keyboard.
As a consequence of the lessening in the size of screen and keypad, are some compromises, one of which is leaving out full cursor keys and menu keys. It is without the up and down cursor, so you can’t scroll up or down using the keys, yet you can do that by touching the screen. The left and right cursor indeed supports change of the text message, as you can just continue pressing it and reach the desired letter, instead of pressing the exact letter which can become uncomfortable.
The phone is 90mm in length, 52mm in width and 17mm in thickness and its weight is 120gm. This extra weight is due to the numberpad system and the changeable battery which was not same as X10 mini. The screen is low resolution of size 2.55 inches and 240 x 320 pixel. On the backplate is 5-megapixel camera, which works similar to X10 mini, which means good in good light, but bad in low light. For connectivity you get everything with this phone|this device|this instrument|this handset|Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro}, like HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth.
Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro Review is thus pleasurable, as we get to know about a truly useful and equally attractive phone.