Is it enough for an android phone to have only 128 MB internal memory? As I know the application could only be saved in the internal memory..
Does it really have the FM radio with RDS.. If yes, then why not it is there on the Xperia X10? Never the less a very good looking tiny feature rich phone...
There wil Update for X10 Serise
eally want to buy this stuff..but,i hope that it will be more cheap..hahaha
I think SE is planning to boost up it's sales and keep ahead of the game withit's main rival "Nokia", the differnce between these two manufactureres is that one of them makes a specific phone with a specific features and the other doesn't, it just throws phones and maybe that's why it has a 53% market share, but i see a great and thriving future for sony ericsson the X-series and others to come, if they focused on new and creative features, it is always better to be the leader in the market than the follower, today one of the most important issues is services for the phones, they can concentrate on that to complet their products, other than just trying to make the perfect phone by itself.
have my desire now ( chose it over the milestone simple because the desire has a 1 gig processor)
im just waiting for se to release these babies, hurry up what are you waiting for ???
by the time you release them htc will release another ten phones!!
its very very very very nice so sexy
beautiful looking so good i like it
Does anybody know, the average memory required to install an app? Because the internal memory is too small, and i don't know whether the app can be saved to the external memory (m.card) or not..
Asad, 24 Apr 2010Buddy yeah it can be upgraded to 2.1 nd dude it has 600mhz thats enough for this type of phn Wow... that´s great, i´m glad to hear that...
AUSTRALIA: How much do you reckon it'll be on plan for?? Max $49 CAP right? Gah...hate having to wait!!
Trixuo, 23 Apr 2010I've heard that the android 1.6 on this phone could be upgraded into android 2.1, is it true?
... moreBuddy yeah it can be upgraded to 2.1
nd dude it has 600mhz thats enough for this type of phn
I've heard that the android 1.6 on this phone could be upgraded into android 2.1, is it true?
And if it can be done, does the x10 mini pro could run the android 2.1 well, since the processor is not as quick as its brother (xperia x10)...
Does anyone know if they are going to release an extended battery or something for this phone?
I should mention also they are using the same battery that has been used in K850/S500/W580...non-smartphones released 3 years ago! Battery life was always going to be a problem if they based the hardware around using this.
Pete, 16 Apr 2010Everyone always whinging about battery life. Doesn't matte what the product is, battery life i... moreMobile phone = for being MOBILE. I'm of the opinion if a phone has bad battery, then it may as well just be a landline phone!
In my case it's particularly important, I travel regularly as part of my work. Sometimes my work hours can be as bad as 20hrs+ in a day. If my battery can't even last until evening, then it's not suitable for me. 5+ years ago, before 3G phones and colour screens were even common, if a phone lasted 3 days it was considered a bad battery!! Today, I have an iPhone. 95% of my use is txts, email, calls or browsing (with 3G and wifi normally switched off unless browsing). Normally, after charging the phone overnight, by 11pm the following day I can find it between 10-30% battery. That is BAD for what should be a MOBILE phone... and what's worrying is there are other phones out there with worse battery life i.e. this one. Technology has improved leaps and bounds...why don't these companies take the time to develop new batteries as well as new phones?! In the X10 Mini/Pro's case, having a worse battery life than say an iphone means it is unlikely to last til 11pm with 'normal' use. That is worrying.