Sony Ericsson launches Xperia mini pro

New compact Android smartphone from Sony Ericsson launched in Middle East.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia mini pro features smartphone capability in a compact form factor.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia mini pro features smartphone capability in a compact form factor.

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Sony Ericsson has launched its new Xperia mini pro smartphone in the Middle East.

The Xperia mini-pro is a compact handset, with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running Google's Android Gingerbread 2.3.

The handset, which weights 136g, includes a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and 5MP camera which is capable of recording HD video at 720p resolution.

The Xperia mini pro features an improved screen, which can display up to 16 apps at once, and also comes with an in-built Facebook application, Office Suite and McAfee anti-virus.

Rudiger Odenbach, General Manager, Middle East and Africa, Sony Ericsson, said: "Building on the success of the original mini-series, the Xperia mini pro provides a flexible interface that enables instant and enhanced communication.

"The turbo-charged smartphone addresses the needs of today's user by providing several feature-rich applications with a smart and easy-to-use design."

The mini pro is available now in black, white and pink colours, with an RRP of AED 1,299.
 

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