Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro Get Priced for Europe
Just over a month ago today, we got the official announcement from Sony Ericsson that the X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro did indeed exist. And today, we’ve got word on what they’re going to cost when they hit the storefronts over on the European shores. These are the unlocked prices, which we imagine that most people are concerned with, anyway. Unless you’re a fan of contracts.
The X10 Mini is scheduled to release in Belgium and France by the end of May, while the X10 Mini Pro is meant to see the same region in June. The only real differences between the two devices is the Pro’s physical, slide-out keyboard. Other than that, they’re both rocking a 600MHz processor, the Sony Ericsson created “Rachael” User Interface over-top the Android Operating System (which is drastically different than the competition’s skin), and a 5MP camera. They’re the tiniest of smartphones, we’d bet, and that’s probably going to really only cater to a very nice group. Nothing wrong with that, though.
If you’re in that niche, and these little guys seem interesting to you, then start saving: The Mini will cost you about €300, or $410, to purchase, unlocked. The Mini Pro is €330, or $450, unlocked. Sure, it’s not enough to break the bank, but it’s still pretty pricey for these small devices. We imagine it’s that whole smartphone feel. Let us know if you decide to pick one of these bad boys up, we’d love to hear your feedback on the small design.
[via the unwiredview]