Sony Ericsson Xperia mini
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|Network Band||Quad Band|
|Number of Screens||1|
|Effective Camera Resolution||5 Megapixel|
|Main Screen Resolution||480 x 320|
|Main Screen Size||7.6 cm (3")|
|Cellular Data Connectivity Technology||GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA, HSUPA|
|Dual SIM Supported||No|
|Integrated TV Tuner||No|
|Cellular Network Supported||GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, WCDMA 900, WCDMA 1900, WCDMA 2100|
|Memory Card Supported||microSD|
|Brand Name||Sony Ericsson|
|Battery Talk Time||4.50 Hour|
|Weight (Approximate)||99.0 g|
|Maximum Memory Card Size Supported||32 GB|
|Built-in Memory||320 MB|
|Operating System Version||Android OS 2.3|
|Main Screen Type||LCD|
|Radio Tuner Type||FM|
|Call Features||Call Log|
|Operating System||Android OS|
|Product Name||XPERIA mini Smartphone|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1248-8667|
Whale about to flick its tail? Watching a great game? Catch it all with Xperia mini - the world's smallest Android powered smartphone with HD video recording.
HD video smartphone with 5 megapixel camera
Enjoy all your entertainment in crisp colours and high contrast on the 3" Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine. Your HD video recording smartphone comes with a photo flash and auto focus too - your pics stay sharp and bright, even when you snap them in the dark.
The power button sits on the top edge of the phone. The left-hand side is featureless apart from an arbitrary silver strip, while the other edge has the volume up/down rocker and a very nice, soft-touch camera button.
The shutter button isn't quite as silky-soft as the one found in the HTC Salsa, but it's still spongy enough that you don't have to press too hard and blur your snaps in the process.
Sony Ericsson has torn up the design rules and placed the 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of the phone, which is also where the USB connector sits.
There's not much clearance between USB and headphone sockets, though, which makes using right-angled USB connectors and listening through headphones a bit of a pain without some extreme and worrying cable bending. But Sony Ericsson has put a straight USB cable in the box, so that's OK - plsu we're talking about a pretty specific instance here.
In the hand, it's obviously very, very small when held up against some of today's mammoth smartphones. But it feels good. The big, physical Home button is easy to find without fuss, while the new capacitive Back and Menu buttons are large and easy to find without having to think about it.
It also looks smarter and sharper than the old X10 Mini, with the removal of the silver button strip making the Xperia Mini appear a little more stylish.
Above the screen sits a proximity sensor, allowing the phone to deactivate its touchscreen while making a call, to stop you embarrassing yourself by pressing "end call" with your ear.
The back has a nice, matte, rubberised coating, so it's grippy and sticky in the hand. Despite its size, the Xperia Mini is a perfectly usable smartphone. The 3" screen is responsive to the touch, with even the lightest press registering, while it feels solid and tough enough to survive a day or two of being in the same pocket as your keys.
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