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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Mobile Phone - £149 - in woolworths
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Mobile Phone - £149 -  in woolworths

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Mobile Phone - £149 - in woolworths

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Small is beautiful with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini mobile phone, which packs a incredible amount of features into a compact frame.

Based on Sony Ericsson's much praised Xperia X10, the Mini version claims to be the world's smallest Android phone.

The X10 Mini has a 2.55in QVGA touch screen, with shortcuts in each corner to make it easier to use with one hand, and a slide-out keyboard for easy message typing.

Measuring just 8.3 x 5 x 1.6cms, you've still got plenty of connectivity via 3G, HSDPA and WiFi, so you can e-mail, browse the web, watch YouTube and much more.

Sony Ericsson's incredibly user-friendly Timescape app brings together all your communication sources in one place - at a glance, you can see text messages, missed calls, and Facebook and Twitter updates.

The 5 mega-pixel camera with auto-focus lets you capture photos and video clips.

Enjoy your music on the move with the built-in music player and FM radio.

You can access the Android Market to download thousands of games and apps to customise your Xperia X10 Mini.

This stylish mobile phone comes with a 2GB microSD memory card and you can expand up to 16GB.

Built-in GPS means the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 can locate your position and work as a sat nav device when linked up with Google Maps.

Useful info:


Dimensions: H 8.3, w 5, d 1.6cms

32 Comments

I take it this deal isn't in store only then. Ha!

i wish it was, i loved Woolies :o(

phones4u do the same deal, there is Quidco on it too but I think the online price is higher than the instore price, i.e I bought my son's X10 mini for £129 instore earlier this year but online it was £139 so Quidco didn't really save much.

NOT the same phone, that's the one without keyboard.

Mini Pro for 139.99 on play.com + 3.5% quidco.

This phone is £139 on dialaphone

kyashwanth36

Mini Pro for 139.99 on play.com + 3.5% quidco.



This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the same O2 number for 11 years, i wouldn't even consider buying any other net work

JR Hartley

Posted earlier at £ … Posted earlier at £ 100http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-ericsson-xperia-x10-mini-on-o2/817302


spammers

NOT the same phone, that's the one without keyboard.



I'd bet a lot of money the OP found it on the back of this deall though. Never fails to amaze me that people list deals from certain web sites that coincidently another deal has come from sligthly earlier, without giving recognition to OP of initial deal,

JR Hartley

Posted earlier at £ … Posted earlier at £ 100http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-ericsson-xperia-x10-mini-on-o2/817302

spammers

NOT the same phone, that's the one without keyboard.



Seriously, who cares? A username doesn't get recognition, how is this going to affect anything or anyone anywhere?

frmarirolu

This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the … This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the same O2 number for 11 years, i wouldn't even consider buying any other net work



Most people just rent airtime/bandwidth - I can't afford to buy Orange let alone O2

the screen resolution is dire
..for that sort of money for a Touchscreen / physical keyboard /ultra compact phone, rather get a
motorola flipout any day ( better screen rendition / metal body / dual noise cancellation microphone / corning glass screen ( think pyrex)
http://www.mobilegazette.com/handsets/motorola/motorola-flipout/motorola-flipout-2.jpg

frmarirolu

This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the … This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the same O2 number for 11 years, i wouldn't even consider buying any other net work



Your number isn't tied to O2, if you want to change network for a better deal, you can get a PAC (Port Authorisation Code) from O2 and take your number over to a new provider.

darklight

the screen resolution is dire ..for that sort of money for a Touchscreen … the screen resolution is dire ..for that sort of money for a Touchscreen / physical keyboard /ultra compact phone, rather get amotorola flipout any day ( better screen rendition / metal body / dual noise cancellation microphone / corning glass screen ( think pyrex)


take it you aint even used a mini pro then because if you had you would see its a very good little phone.

how much is the motorola phone-any links?
thx

Banned

frmarirolu

i wish it was, i loved Woolies :o(



Me too, but whenever I went in there, everything was overpriced or rubbish, but always had to go in to have a look around, but then never bought anything. I guess that's why it is no longer.

The only good thing it really had was the pick'n'mix!

frmarirolu

This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the … This one is an O2 phone, i know it's a trivial thing but as i've had the same O2 number for 11 years, i wouldn't even consider buying any other net work



You know, i just had an iphone 3G for 18 months on O2, and it was possible the WORST network i have used (and i;ve used them all over the last 5 years for personal as well as work!). If you think O2 are good, you're gonna think Orange/Voda networks are amazing!!
Edited by: "toibs" 5th Dec 2010

is this handset unlocked?

paulhick

take it you aint even used a mini pro then because if you had you would … take it you aint even used a mini pro then because if you had you would see its a very good little phone.



take it YOU haven't used a FLIPOUT...well I happen to have played extensively with both handsets!!

read my comments on this thread!!
here
hotukdeals.com/dea…939



Edited by: "darklight" 5th Dec 2010

nasir_glasgow

how much is the motorola phone-any links?thx




link

toibs

You know, i just had an iphone 3G for 18 months on O2, and it was … You know, i just had an iphone 3G for 18 months on O2, and it was possible the WORST network i have used (and i;ve used them all over the last 5 years for personal as well as work!). If you think O2 are good, you're gonna think Orange/Voda networks are amazing!!


..agreed get a rock steady signal at the top of shooters hill..albeit with a little help from a vodafone FEMTOCELL! lol
Edited by: "darklight" 5th Dec 2010

darklight

take it YOU haven't used a FLIPOUT...well I happen to have played … take it YOU haven't used a FLIPOUT...well I happen to have played extensively with both handsets!! read my comments on this thread!!here



Seems you made a mistake in that thread and never corrected it - you said the battery is built in. In actual fact it isn't in the X10 Mini Pro so can be replaced.

I've been looking at this for a couple of days now. Just got a bog standard mobile phone and was wanting to upgrade to something more interesting, ie. smartphone but not too expensive.

On O2 anyway so ticks the right box there. Not sure about the colour offered - says black/silver which I assume refers to the phone being black and silver keyboard, as the other one says pink/silver. But then in the colour box it says silver. A little confusing.


Edited by: "Johnski" 5th Dec 2010

darklight

the screen resolution is dire ..for that sort of money for a Touchscreen … the screen resolution is dire ..for that sort of money for a Touchscreen / physical keyboard /ultra compact phone, rather get amotorola flipout any day ( better screen rendition / metal body / dual noise cancellation microphone / corning glass screen ( think pyrex)



It has the same Screen resolution as the Flipout?
It's just the screen is 0.25" smaller than on the Flipout.

If the Flipout was cheaper than the X10 Mini Pro you might be right as the CrystalTalk+ feature is nice but I definitely prefer the X10 over the Flipout.
X10 has 5MP Autofocus Cam with LED flash vs a 3MP Fixed Focus cam on the flipout.
Not that a camera is a main selling point for me, but it's nice to have the extra quality and the LED can be used as a flashlight.

Also, I think the keyboard on the X10 Mini Pro is one of the best keyboards I've ever used on a phone ever.

Now it has Android 2.1 it's a delight to use. Although I'd replace the Launcher with ADWLauncher and set it up as a 3x3 grid instead of the 1 widget & 4 Shortcuts per screen that's in the default launcher.

spruceyb

It has the same Screen resolution as the Flipout?It's just the screen is … It has the same Screen resolution as the Flipout?It's just the screen is 0.25" smaller than on the Flipout.If the Flipout was cheaper than the X10 Mini Pro you might be right as the CrystalTalk+ feature is nice but I definitely prefer the X10 over the Flipout.X10 has 5MP Autofocus Cam with LED flash vs a 3MP Fixed Focus cam on the flipout.Not that a camera is a main selling point for me, but it's nice to have the extra quality and the LED can be used as a flashlight.Also, I think the keyboard on the X10 Mini Pro is one of the best keyboards I've ever used on a phone ever.Now it has Android 2.1 it's a delight to use. Although I'd replace the Launcher with ADWLauncher and set it up as a 3x3 grid instead of the 1 widget & 4 Shortcuts per screen that's in the default launcher.



spruceyb

It has the same Screen resolution as the Flipout?It's just the screen is … It has the same Screen resolution as the Flipout?It's just the screen is 0.25" smaller than on the Flipout.If the Flipout was cheaper than the X10 Mini Pro you might be right as the CrystalTalk+ feature is nice but I definitely prefer the X10 over the Flipout.X10 has 5MP Autofocus Cam with LED flash vs a 3MP Fixed Focus cam on the flipout.Not that a camera is a main selling point for me, but it's nice to have the extra quality and the LED can be used as a flashlight.Also, I think the keyboard on the X10 Mini Pro is one of the best keyboards I've ever used on a phone ever.Now it has Android 2.1 it's a delight to use. Although I'd replace the Launcher with ADWLauncher and set it up as a 3x3 grid instead of the 1 widget & 4 Shortcuts per screen that's in the default launcher.



yep they're both QVGA, but the rendition's ( read my post again) definitely better on the Flipout
..mind you resolution / rendition are two different things but I'm sure you know this already
the display striations are definitely more noticeable on the sony
As far as I'm concerned the camera's res isn't a decider for me particularly on a QVGA screen although I'd go with the 'rola display .
The lack of a flash is a downer although manipulating a camera on either handset this compact with my very large hands is an off putter in the first place,
the supreme build quality ( metal housing & swivel) of the phones in the motorola stables speaks for itself along with crystal talk ( noise cancellation feature ) & redeems the handset in every other way .I'd rather have clear call quality handset than a titchy muffled handset that is smothered because its buried deep in a massive enclosing fist.

P!ssing contests aside, I've been a happy Motorola & T-Mobile user for yonks now.

I first got a mobile phone in 1990 (an NEC P something or other on a 25 quid a month contract. Ouch) and the years have tought me to PAYG, which nicely suits my sociopathic requirements.

However, I'm a mobile phone ignoramous, and have a Motorola V3i that does all I want, or so I think.

I have a notebook and 3G dongle, but if I want to consolidate the whole shebang what mobile phone would be best for me?

I have a 'Golden Number' (i.e. 07795 123456) and will not change it, nor will I want a contract.

I also live in Spain for nearly half of the year.

milestone II , froyo'd allows tethering so can be use as a large wifi dongle with your laptop
milestones have full metal jacket down to the battery cover
get the extended battery ( 1800mah) with the cover & the phone should last longer b/n charges
p.s. not a good idea to be posting your mobile phone number here /anywhere. hopefully it's officially registered on PAYG as it can be pinched if it's not registered

Laughing Spam

P!ssing contests aside, I've been a happy Motorola & T-Mobile user for … P!ssing contests aside, I've been a happy Motorola & T-Mobile user for yonks now. I first got a mobile phone in 1990 (an NEC P something or other on a 25 quid a month contract. Ouch) and the years have tought me to PAYG, which nicely suits my sociopathic requirements. However, I'm a mobile phone ignoramous, and have a Motorola V3i that does all I want, or so I think.I have a notebook and 3G dongle, but if I want to consolidate the whole shebang what mobile phone would be best for me?I have a 'Golden Number' (i.e. 07795 123456) and will not change it, nor will I want a contract.I also live in Spain for nearly half of the year.



Yeah, the Motorola Milestone (both the original and 2) are good choices. The first one is getting 2.2.1 soon with does support native tethering but can also be 'rooted' and then install an app for tethering.
Even without rooting there are apps that let you use your phone like a 3g dongle (free but no support for https, $9.99 for the full version)
appbrain.com/app…eta

£287 for the original Milestone
buymobilephones.net/mob…486
£270 here simplyelectronics.net/mai…283

£363 for Milestone II
theorder.co.uk/sim…202
Edited by: "spruceyb" 6th Dec 2010

Terrible phone, too many good apps dont work properly on the X10. Better off with an Orange SF.

fungus

Seriously, who cares? A username doesn't get recognition, how is this … Seriously, who cares? A username doesn't get recognition, how is this going to affect anything or anyone anywhere?


courtesy

Will GPS on this phone work without connecting the phone or going on-line? In other words, do you have to pay for using GPS?

Thanks in anticipation -:)

fuiseog

Will GPS on this phone work without connecting the phone or going … Will GPS on this phone work without connecting the phone or going on-line? In other words, do you have to pay for using GPS?Thanks in anticipation -:)



Depends. I take you want to use the gps for the google navigation. In which case it was that you needed the net to get the maps correctly. apparently there was a new update to allow offline usage. I tried it today after work but it didnt work at all (cold boot). I think it means that if you lose connection it can still route. But the initial search and callibration needs some internet.
Edited by: "DLC" 2nd Jan 2010
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