Multitasking: Intuitive, easy to use multitasking. Just swipe left and right between your apps and you'll never have to close them. You can also get back to the live preview screen by bringing back a previous app. You can put the live preview at the bottom so it's always there. Still, highlighting widgets and firing the screenshot button is easier.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro is one of the rarest minis to be seen. Its pretty sleek design made it a great device which has managed to carve a niche for itself in the Android space. A speedy 1.5GHz Snapdragon 400 coupled with a very versatile Jelly Bean OS makes the Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro a perfect choice for individuals. Enter the Sony Ericsson Maxx HD 2013 which has just been unveiled to the market.
It is a 3.8-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 800×480 pixels. It provides good visibility under a direct sun and comes with a touch screen. This displays information such as time, date, the navigation map and the percentage remaining on the Battery. To use the map or a Phone, you need to use the GPS. So that you can use your GPS as well as navigation - Phone, you opt to add a mobile data sim.
I've shot over 700 test images in a row with no issues. The camera is stable and has good handling. The horizontal viewfinder is good and sometimes serves as a guide for when to rotate the phone. You can easily switch between optical and digital zoom. Exposure is good with various ISO, shutter speeds and various apertures. Video quality is also good, though it doesn't perform the same. The quality is better in decent lighting than in low light.
The phone is powered by a 1GHz processor and you have the option to upgrade to 2GHz. This is a typical mid-range handset in terms of the processor. It comes with a 2GB of RAM and feature a 5MP snapper on the back. d2c66b5586