When a touchscreen Android smartphone is even smaller (in screen size) than some feature phones like the Alcatel 20.12G and even Sony Ericsson's own Zylo (W20) and W995!
I have this smartphone from 2011 till now and it still works fine, and recently i get xperia 10 mini in sealed box state, really new old stock
I have mine since october 2009. Never gave me problems. It's small but is easy to transport and resistant. I will have to buy another but i will keep this one working too.
Still using the phone, working well
very good picture and sound quality
no camera can beat the 5.0 MP of this one
I until now still use Xperia 10 mini from the year 2010, from this phone I learned about the android, flashing, program and create applications and others.
The smallest smartphones I've ever used my smartphone I have a lot of use but that this will not be replaced this very unique.
I hope sony makes smartphones like Xperia 10 mini very small but with a high specification and uses the latest android os
i love this phone, and im still want it to buy. im from qatar, where can be possible to buy it. other option online store directly to sonny ericsson.
I had purchased this phone in Jan,2011.This was my first android phone.I have used this one upto oct,2012. Then its battery got stuck,heating problem starts. It was a good phone to have at that time.awesome memories.
this is the last time they make a sound t9 for 3x4 keypads, later on they remove the smart t9 that makes ths phone awesome(i got an lg and samsung but trust me when it comes to texting this phone rocks , need a bit of time but will sure beat those two for a rather long text or posting on FB,web,etc
From "he good old days" when smaller was considered better. This must have been at the end of that era. Probably stopped with the latest Xperia Mini from Sony.
I remember a friend of mind said: "It´s not about the volume of the gear. I don´t have to compensate for anything." Haha lol.
Cool unique design. I always liked this one but couldn´t go for it because of my troll-like big-hands. A shame!