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Good: Facebook integration is among the best we’ve seen on a handset. Pictures stored on Facebook are accessible via Photos, while the ‘ Friends’ Music and Videos’ apps connects to your Facebook account to display YouTube video shared via your friends.
Bad: 720p HD video quality is disappointing ..
Comment: The Xperia Mini Pro deserves to be a success, it’s beautifully designed and well built, combining the convenience of a touchscreen for browsing with a full Qwerty. It's not perfect - the screen size and resolution means it isn’t probably the best choice for movie fans and the HD video camera is a disappointment. But ultimately even if you aren’t a fan of a phone with such a tiny form factor, it’s hard not to be impressed by the amount of features Sony Ericsson has crammed in. If you're not bothered by the full QWERTY and front-facing camera go for the Xperia Mini, but if email and messaging are your priority, the Xperia Mini Pro is for you.
Bad: no sounds like people said, if u have sounds, ur deaf and i went to expert phone people, and hey said there is no sound and it is a fantastic phone.
Comment: best phone ever. 5/5
Good: everything so far
Bad: nothing so far
Comment: I love it, I have to admit though, I am a lover of sony mobiles, as an upgrade I got the Dell Streak 7 - not me at all, it was far too big and clumpy so I treated myself to this little gem, it's got everything, I don't even have to use the slide out qwerty as the touchscreen is easy to use (unlike the streak) I turn the phone the screen turns too (unlike the streak)
To sum it up - Sony have made a winner again
Good: i like it because of its screen size keyboard and it androind software plus its stylish and girly so its perfect for me
Bad: presumaly nothing i hope lets keep our fingers crossed
Comment: i love it i just want to know wat comes in the box but i m getting it today and i can twait
Comment: can't wait to get this phone. specs are amazing for a phone this size.
Good: it has got a keyboard, the menu is very flexibel so it can be made after one's taste, it isn't so big, but it has got many usefull applications
Bad: the internet settings which are built in, but they can be turned off.
Comment: Hope it will come out soon, I really would like to have a phone like this. And also I hope it won't cost too much.
Comment: i just hope it doest turn out a flop like x10 mini
Good: fast processor, qwerty keyboard, optimal 3" size
Comment: This phone has everything i wanted.. a nice-sized key board (i dropped my plan to get the older x10 mini pro because of the screen and keyboard size), is fast, runs flash and is not too big. but something tells me thos phone would be out of the Â£250-Â£300 (or Â£20-Â£25 contract) price range :(
Good: It's a powerful Android device running good software with equally good hardware
Bad: It doesn't look terribly powerful and looks a bit cheap and "girly"
Comment: You have to applaud Sony Ericsson for fitting top notch hardware into a small package, but it doesnt look expensive enough and can be seen as being a bit girly in that white colour
Good: Android OS, QWERTY keypad
Comment: Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro has come out as a real innovation from Sony Ericsson....with updated features and technologies....most importantly the amazing Android which makes phone so user friendly....
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