Expected to be introduced in Canada via Rogers, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini has already reached North America, although it’s only in the possession of the good old folks at the FCC, which have approved the phone today.
The just-approved X10 Mini doesn’t seem to have North American 3G, but it’s understandable that, if Rogers (or another US / Canadian carrier) indeed plans to get the handset, a version with 850/1900 UMTS will soon make its appearance at the FCC.
The X10 Mini Pro should hit the FCC, too, since it’s said that Rogers also wants to launch this QWERTY version of the phone.
The Xperia X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro were announced in February as smaller siblings of the X10. They both run Android 1.6 (an update to Android 2.1 was promised for Q4), featuring QVGA touchscreen displays, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, and 5MP autofocus cameras.
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