The Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro has still to be launched in many territories across the world, but A will apparently be making its debut in the Indian market by the end of this week, priced at n5,399. Running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and bearing a full-fledged 1GHz processor (a wondrous inclu*sion looking at its size), the Xperia Mini Pro also features a full QWERTY slider keypad. Specifically, the Xperia Mini Pro has a IGHz Scorpion proc*essor with an Adreno 205 G PU, part of the Qualcomm SnapMobile Bravia Engine. Its 5MP autofocus camera comes with LED flash, is capable of 720p HD video recording and " has smile-detection, geo-tagging and image stabilisa*tion features. It alsohasa VGAfront*facing camera. Other features of the Android QWERTY device include 400 MB of in-built storage, microSD expansion up to 32 G B (2G B card bundled); 3G (7.2MBps HSDPA and 5.76Mbps HSUPA) support; Wi-Fi b/g/n and DLNA support; microUSB port; and a 1,200 mAh battery rated to deliver up to 331 hours of standby time. dragon MSM8255 chipset. It comes' with 512 MB of RAM. The Xperia Mini Pro has a 3-inch capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 320x480 pixels and is run by the Sony advantage compared to i Android rivals.
Page insists that Androi will remain an open platfo and that Motorola will just one more Android licens Motorola 'will be treated as separate business, he claims. In the meanwhile, Micro soft, the developer of Window Phone 7 - one of the bigges rivals of Android, iOS, and BlackBerry mobile operating systems - has seen its stock prices shoot up after the deal, with market watchers sure thai Google's move would cause handset manufacturers to conĚ centrate on developing their WP7 line-ups to reduce the number of eggs in the Android basket, and protect themselves from competition from the Google-Motorola team.