Awhile back I posted my take of the Sony Ericsson X10 mini and I indicated I would follow-up the review with its sibling the X10 mini pro.
If you are into Google Maps and Navigation, the built-in GPS means you can use this phone to find your way around town – assuming you have 3G service. Don’t forget this phone doesn’t support multi-touch for zooming.
Despite the physical keyboard, this phone is not for reading long emails. Make no mistake, this is not a BlackBerry phone. You can’t expect to thumb through emails on the 2.55 inch screen. But if you are into sending lots of SMS messages, this is a phone is for you.
If there is to be one sin this phone has that I can’t really forgive is short battery life. With this phone, you have to charge the battery every night if the WiFi feature is left on all day. I didn’t really try it with Bluetooth although I am probably safe in saying the battery drain would be even worst.
You will probably noticed that I abstained from following my usual format for product reviews here. I thought I’d try out a slightly different style and allow for a more free flow of thoughts and ideas. I will switch to this model from time to time just so you don’t get bored reading. Have a great time.
Next review is my experience with iGor, my iPad – and the Apple Customer Service myths.
Full spec for the Sony Ericsson X10 mini pro: http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_ericsson_xperia_x10_mini_pro-3147.php