Sony Ericsson reveals new handsets

3 March 2010 — 4:00 PM

Mobile recycling could allow consumers to upgrade

Consumers could soon wish to consider recycling their old mobile phone for cash to put towards a new Sony Ericsson handset, if the latest announcement is anything to go by.

Reports have suggested that the mobile manufacturer will launch the Xperia X10 Mini and the X10 Mini Pro in the UK on April 13th, alongside the Xperia X10 which will be available via Vodafone.

Both handsets are currently available to buy on pre-order, the Expansys website suggests. The Xperia Mini Pro will cost £399.99, while the Xperia X10 Mini is priced at £299.99.

The devices offers users a 2GB memory card in the box, a QVGA touchscreen, Wi-Fi, GPS and a five-megapixel camera with an autofocus facility.

Both mobile phones make use of the Android 1.6 operating system.

Users of the Pro mobile will also be able to utilise a qwerty keyboard.

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