Sony Ericsson has just added two new members to its Xperia family, the Xperia X10 mini and Xperia X10 mini pro models, that get detailed and pictured below. Announced during the MWC 2010 debut events, these devices come with similar specs, aside from bigger size and sliding QWERTY keyboard of the X10 mini pro handset.


These are both Android devices that also make good use of the Sony Ericsson Timescape feature, gathering all the communication in a single menu. Four corner control is also supported, thanks to 5 customizable icons that’ll allow the user to handle applications, calls and the web.

The Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro pack a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, geotagging, video recording, Bluetooth Stereo A2DP, PlayNow, TrackID and a webkit web browser.

Facebook and Twitter are also supported, as well as Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, FM radio, video streaming, A-GPS, Google Maps and WiFi. There’s also a 3.5mm audio jack on board of both devices, that support Android Market, as well as Google Talk and use a 2.55 inch TFT touchscreen display.

The new Xperia X10 phones run Android on a 600 MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 CPU, they come with 128MB of internal memory, plus a bit extra thanks to the microSD card slots. These devices will debut in selected markets starting Q2 in Black, Red, Silver, Lime, Pink and Pearl White. Don’t forget to check out the promo videos after the break:

[via Sony Ericsson]

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