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Just about to order one.


Any good?



It's only 14 Euros...)
 

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At that price I'd say it's excellent.
If it works.
 
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That's what I was thinking.

It's an upgrade one.

Bit big, but it's not going to be for me. ;)
 

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I was thinking that too :D
 

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I have the Galaxy S2 - is the pro much different?
Works well for me.

:edit: I see it is... :eek:
 
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It's like a Blackberry but running android.


Ordered.


Damn, I want a new phone too but will have to order
from the UK to get a QWERTY keyboard.


My finger is now hovering over the order button
for a Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro (V2)... :eek:
 

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That looks well nifty :thumbs:
 
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Xperia Mini Pro V2 ordered to replace my X10 Mini Pro. (The V1 version.) :eek::eek::eek:
 

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Want to sell the X10?
Might know someone that would have it if you do!
 

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OK well talk to me closer to the time ;)
 
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Just hefted the two in the shop.

New Xperia Mini Pro is a bit taller and fraction wider than my current one.
It's a bit thinner though. Screen look bigger to.
Not sure about the loss of 2 button for touch areas...

Still it's ordered now! :D

The Samsung Pro looks quite good. if you're into the
Blackberry formfactor.


:)
 
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Well no sign of the Samsung (SFR: Boooo!) :(

But the SE Xperia Mini Pro has turned up (Yay Handtec.co.uk!) :)


So quick SE review:

It's slightly wider but flatter than the old X10.

The screen is not only bigger but brighter and it's
running a faster CPU and Sony's Mobile Bravia graphics engine.


On paper it doesn't look much better than the old X10.
But it is!

Sound quality for both audio playback and phone audio is
miles ahead. Back to non-smartphone standards.
(Phone audio also has active noise cancellation. :thumbs:)

It's running Android 2.3 which all looks good.



Only thing that is really bugging me is once you connect any
exchange mail client to a corporate server, you have to cede
security control to the server policy. In my case that means
password protected screen lock activates every 2 minutes
and I can't disable the Android slide-unlock either. :(


Other than that: it's bloody good.
 
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The Samsung turned up yesterday.

Nice keyboard.

Good choice if your looking for an Android phone with
a Blackberry style layout and a touch-screen too.

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Well no sign of the Samsung (SFR: Boooo!) :(

But the SE Xperia Mini Pro has turned up (Yay Handtec.co.uk!) :)


So quick SE review:

It's slightly wider but flatter than the old X10.

The screen is not only bigger but brighter and it's
running a faster CPU and Sony's Mobile Bravia graphics engine.


On paper it doesn't look much better than the old X10.
But it is!

Sound quality for both audio playback and phone audio is
miles ahead. Back to non-smartphone standards.
(Phone audio also has active noise cancellation. :thumbs:)

It's running Android 2.3 which all looks good.



Only thing that is really bugging me is once you connect any
exchange mail client to a corporate server, you have to cede
security control to the server policy. In my case that means
password protected screen lock activates every 2 minutes
and I can't disable the Android slide-unlock either. :(


Other than that: it's bloody good.
I just bought one of these as a back up phone/gadget to my fruit machine. It's really rather good, so good in fact that I might even use it full time until fruit phone 5 appears later this year.

Much faster, brighter and responsive than the old X10 MP , only downside is that the SIM card is very hard to get in and out.
 

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Only thing that is really bugging me is once you connect any
exchange mail client to a corporate server, you have to cede
security control to the server policy. In my case that means
password protected screen lock activates every 2 minutes
and I can't disable the Android slide-unlock either. :(


Other than that: it's bloody good.
Have you tried No Lock, Nev?
 
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