Intesar, 10 Jun 2010Dude, u need to have GPRS connection to get GPS navigation. its not free as far as i knowif you want free navigation
only nokia do free at the moment
if you have free data plan google is over the air, they are working on an offline method
Hari, 09 Jun 2010I want to know whether the GPS is free and available in India or not? Anybody has an answer to this?Dude, u need to have GPRS connection to get GPS navigation. its not free as far as i know
PRO version will be available in white color too
I want to know whether the GPS is free and available in India or not? Anybody has an answer to this?
The xperia x10 mini pro is with a removable battery. and is a bit larger than the mini version. I heard i will be sold at Rs.19000 in India. Costly but cute and good specs. Nothing seems to be a good phone like this.........
cant believe they are putting a keypad on, this is innovative stuff, a phone with a keypad and touch screen and android,i thought i had seen it all when i first looked at the amazing lg gw 520 but now i might have to think twice and get my hands on this amazing piece of kit
Intz, 04 Jun 2010Does the QWERTY keypad one has a removal batttery or the normal X10 mini one? I am confused.. the qwerty one/ the pro
DOES have removable battery
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini costs RM1,099 and will be available in the middle of the month while the X10 mini pro (price to be confirmed) will be available in July.
Does the QWERTY keypad one has a removal batttery or the normal X10 mini one? I am confused..
The design of that qwerty keypad is so...dislike
Removeble battery with thick..
burat, 02 Jun 2010nokia 5800 is great. i love it! i get so many software and games for freeSo what?
nokia 5800 is great. i love it! i get so many software and games for free
No, it doesn't have a user-replaceable battery, as you can see on its brother 'X10 mini' preview by GSMArena: