Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini 'could be a corker'25 May 2011 16:31:10
The recently unveiled Xperia Mini smartphone from Sony Ericsson “could be a corker”, according to a preview by review site cnet.co.uk.
According to the respected technology site, the wealth of features packed into the compact design could make the phone a popular choice with those put-off by the size of larger models.
"The Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini could be tempting if you're considering upgrading to a smartphone, but don't want one of the massive, sun-blocking slabs that are all the rage at the moment," it said.
"Its screen is surprisingly spacious, given the phone's amazingly small case, and it even shoots HD video. If it turns out to be as usable as we expect, it could be a winner."
Despite its small size, the Mini still finds room for a MicroSD card slot, allowing users to extend storage up to 32GB using compatible memory cards.
Sony Ericsson has also said the phone will launch with the latest version of Android, 2.3 Gingerbread.
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