Sony Ericsson Features Mango as Successor to Xperia X10 Mini Pro

Whenever it comes to some latest news or invention, everyone starts spying about that thing and one such report we have for you. We have come across some leaked photos of a probable pre-production sample of the successor to the Sony Ericsson’s X10 Mini Pro.

One may wonder what make any product the successor to any other product. The answer is quite simple as something that is nothing less in features and looks than the real product. The images we have got are of a leaked phone called SK17i or Mango, the code name given by Sony Ericsson.

The Mango features a sliding keyboard similar to the X10 Mini Pro. We can see a ‘Home’ button just at the bottom of the screen. On either side of this button, there seems to be a touch-sensitive ‘Back’ and ‘Menu’ button. Overall, it looks that the successor has a kind of different layout than its counterpart X10 Mini Pro.

What we have seen that the Xperia X10 Mini Pro is an elegant, cute, little marvelous, but we are not yet sure that if its successor is also a tiny piece of wonder or not. We have not able to gather any information regarding the specifications of SK17i, yet we are told from our resources that the Mango features a 3.2-inch touchscreen instead of 2.5-inch display seen on X10 mini Pro.

The screen resembles to the one we have already seen over Android 2.3 Gingerbread wherein the shortcuts are positioned on each of the four corners of the screen like the one seen on Xperia X8. These are just reports and we have to wait till company officially will launch this phone.

Other details that we have able to collect suggest that this phone features a 5 megapixel camera and also 800MHz or 1GHz Qualcomm processor.

All we can do is just to wait until we have this phone in our hands to see what it really has for us.

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