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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini Pro (U20i) Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone with 5 MP Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, QWERTY Keyboard--International Version with No U.S. Warranty (Black)
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- Networks: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS/HSPA 900/2100. Platform: Android OS 1.6, Processor: Qualcomm MSM7227 600MHz
- Camera - 5 megapixel with Photo flash, Auto focus, Geo tagging, Video light, Video recording. QWERTY keyboard: Easy typing with the full QWERTY keyboard. Touchscreen: Intuitive navigation
- Music: TrackID , Sony Ericsson Music player, Album art, Bluetooth stereo (A2DP), Supports music tones - MP3, AAC
- Connectivity: Micro USB connector, 3.5 mm audio jack, Bluetooth technology, aGPS, USB mass storage. SIZE: 90.0 x 52.0 x 17.0 mm/3.5 x 2.0 x 0.7 inches. Weight: 120.0 gr/4.2 oz
- Talk Time: Up to 4 hours, Standby Time: Up to 300 hours.
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
- This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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Top Customer Reviews
Although the QWERTY keyboard is nicely laid out and has good touch, that is not enough to make up for the other flaws in what is supposed to be a smartphone. At this price point there are lots of better options than this. I've tried to like it but...
The touchscreen is hard to use. It is insensitive; it doesn't register or mis-registers one out of three clicks which is really rather frustrating.
On the other hand, the screen re-arranges itself in my pocket or bag once or twice a week. Somehow the screen gets activated and when it does, further screen contact moves, removes and reorders widgets. Even more frustrating.
The phone processor is apparently underpowered for Android, based on how long it takes for applications to start up or switch, even without adding applications like Glympse, which can take minutes to respond. Email and other applications are often slow and unresponsive.
The user interface for adjusting settings is poorly thought out and hard to use.
The camera has very few features and it takes multiple clicks to simply take more more than photo.
The phone battery life is poor. I need to charge the phone every night, even if I am not making calls, or turn the wifi and other features off, making it a not-so-smart phone.
I love this phone. But this isn't a five star phone.
So unto my complaints first:
- short battery life! I have to bring the charger with me wherever I go.
- easily unlocks but hard to unlock with the touch screen pattern if you don't use tactile feedback. it feels like a glitch.
- no Up and Down directional arrows, only Left and Right. what's up with that?
- touchscreen is activated during call, which enables the fone to "face dial" or dial with your cheeks.
- not stylus compatible, or you have to touch it a certain way
- Using the native messaging app, you can only MMS one picture at a time
Now that I've gotten that out of the way, here's what I love about it.
- The four corner, main screen application shortcuts are so handy. You don't have to flip through pages upon pages of your applications.
- Timescape, having all my friend's feeds in on area.
- Camera produces good quality pics
- "IM style" messaging
- sturdy construction, I've dropped it several times already and it still functions like it's supposed to. screen isn't even scratched yet. I was weary about this one since my Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Unlocked Phone with U.S. 3G, GPS with Free Voice Navigation, Wi-Fi, and 4 GB MicroSD Card--U.S. Version with Warranty (Black) got so easily scratched up.
- compact size, it's so cute but so functional and useful as well.
- Sony Ericsson finally caved in with using micro SD HC, finally!
I ordered this from Amazon with slight hesitation because it's an international version.
The box is so small and contained the bare essentials.
Phone, 2GB memory card already installed, international charger with adapter, earphones, and some paper with info on the phone.
I checked the version right away and was surprised to see that it's already the 2.1 Android.
This phone works with AT&T but can only use Edge and not 3G, I repeat, it does not run 3G.
Which might be the deal breaker for some people but for those of us with a little more patience, it's actually still faster than dial-up.
I can run Pandora radio and sync my email at the same time.
Must have applications:
Opera Mini -imho, this is better than the pre-loaded browser
Google Voice - if you have a Google number, really useful app
GameBoid + ROM Gripper - YES, you can use an emulator on this phone. And the ROM Gripper makes downloading games so much easier and almost hassle-free.
Camera360 UI - if you like putting effects on your pictures
ThinkFree Office - comparable to a mobile version of Microsoft Office
Feel free to message me if you have any questions about this phone :)
I did all the research and for the things i needed and my budget it was either u20i or a motorola dext/cliq. I decided for this phone because the keyboard is larger and because it's so small.
The phone in itself is amusingly tiny, but a little on the heavy side for the size. It has one of the smallest screens on an android phone in the market, so beware. Personally i find the screen large enough, mostly because this phone is replacing a palm centro, that has a slightly smaller screen. The touchscreen is very bright and sensitive even for people with thick fingers. Very easy to handle. The sliding mechanism at first is sharp and responsive, but it does wear down a little after a few weeks of intense use, though it's never stopped working great.
The phone comes standard with OS 1.6, but Sony Ericsson launched an update recently that will install 2.1 on it, which may be a good thing for some. However, i feel the phone worked much better and smoothly with 1.6 than it does now that it has 2.1. Needless to say, the upgrade is optional, but it's rather hard going back to 1.6 once you've installed 2.1.
Android is a great OS. I'm liking it much more than the old palm OSs i've used and the more recent iOS by apple. It's mighty stable, the phone hasn't crashed on me so far. It has frozen on me a few times but give it a minute and it'll get working. I love android, it's awesome.
What i like the most about the phone is probably the keyboard. Much larger than a blackberry keyboard, wide and well spaced keys, and it's a breeze to type on it. However beware that i asked for a phone with QWERTY keyboard and was shipped a phone with QWERTZU keyboard. No big deal, i got used to it in a day or so, but still make sure you're getting what you're paying for.
My only real beef with the phone is the battery. Sony really dropped the ball there. I could live with a phone being an a few milimetres thicker/longer/wider to get a better battery on this thing. I have tried everything, keeping wifi, bluetooth, location off, killing unnecessary apps, keeping screen brightness to a minimum. One thing i wont do is turn off data traffic on the phone, as i need the traffic to be constant. Still, the battery will last me some 5 to 6 hours on standby (with little or no talking). I had to buy separate chargers for my office and car in order to recharge my phone working during the day.
Good buy at first, but i'll probably be changing the phone by next christmas.