3abody, 02 Sep 2011I bought this little monster a week ago for 880 SAR ($235), a giant leap from my rusty ol E63 ... moredonno worry my friend, i hav a sony Ericsson mobile for 4 yrs nd its working smoothly
and also what about the static noise in recording? Is it also in mini or it is only in mini pro. Xloud doesn't matter for me cause i mostly listen through headphones.
sumit, 30 Aug 2011ultimate set............ i think u should go with xperia mini, though it is a small phone with 3 inch display. But is powerful, and advanced compared to ace, or wildfire. Go with xperia mini. 1ghz. Hd recording, bravia engine. Hvga res, what u want more.
Lila, 02 Sep 2011Does this model have an led backlit? In the official site there is not such an information. Yes it has a backlight and you can turn it on/off
Awesome specs for a low range phone! I own Aino for an year and want to buy this for my bro. Except for the camera it beats Aino in every corner. I bought Aino for 17k whereas X mini is being sold at 12.5k
The only thing I'm worried about is that, isn't it bulky? It weighs less than Aino but why phone looks bulky? How does it feel to have this phone in your hand? Adequate? THanks
Jeetu, 02 Sep 2011Great Phone! I'm confused on White or Black. Please Please Help Me! Thanks.buy blac wit ros
Jusika, 03 Sep 2011How can added shortcuts be remove from the smokescreen ? Plz reply...thanksss .......press and hold icon you want to remove. Then drag it into the tab, which is turned into a trashcan icon.
wil it slow down if i use 16GB memory card???
plzz reply fast
How can added shortcuts be remove from the smokescreen ? Plz reply...thanksss .......
Jeetu, 02 Sep 2011Great Phone! I'm confused on White or Black. Please Please Help Me! Thanks.black is best
i already have both pro or minipro, its can be function as WIFI source for other WIFI enable devices, and suck only cap at usb/power are hard to picked for open
I bought this little monster a week ago for 880 SAR ($235), a giant leap from my rusty ol E63 (which i still have).
I'm gonna list in the overall +ves ,, -ves and suggested improvements for the next generation of this device.
*Silky smooth screen touch and response, better than that offered from Samsung
*compact and lightweight feels right in the hand
*great specs for such a small device
*looks great and feels high quality
*no stupid ports, just a small usb for data and charging
*screen is great and resolution is perfect for screen size
*minimum lag/slowdowns and other BS
*Micro SD card not that old pain in the *** sony ericsson memory
*screen flickers at times, especially at dim light
*I'm a bit concerned if this will last more than a year, as I've owned several SE devices which weren't too sturdy
*When i close an app and go to the main screen, the apps that are on the SD card appear in an SD icon
*The video quality in dark places is noisy but perfect in daylight
*make the screen a 16:9 ratio as with other SE devices
*a slightly bigger screen (maybe 3.1) with a slightly bigger and heavier body won't hurt
*battery must be bigger and improved
*better camera quality
overall I am very pleased with this device and I love the concept of "small and powerful" that is apparent in many japanese products including this one.
I will certainly upgrade to Xperia mini 3 when it is out and the issues i've mentioned are fixed.
Great Phone! I'm confused on White or Black.
Please Please Help Me!
ethan, 01 Sep 2011my most important needs are 1.good picture clarity 2.good music clarity 3.comfortable to... moreYep its not bulky you will feel this phone having display better and when you enable the bravia engine you can see. The vivid colours its awesome. The battery backup is also good when you use properly. It lasts for two days for me every other feature in this mobile is awesome guys just go for this phone you will really enjoy it :-D an proud to be a xperian and especially mini one :-) the phone is just 99mm long it just slips in your pocket yesw easily too hope I have answered all your questions.