Way back in February, Sony Ericsson announced the Xperia X10 Mini and all of its smallness. Today, Sony Ericsson announced that it has received the "European Mobile Phone 2010-2011" from the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).This award isn't the first the for the mini. The mobile device already has been flaunitng its award for the "prestigious Red Dot Product Design Award 2010."

Here is what the EISA had to say about the Xperia X10 mini:

“Xperia X10 mini from Sony Ericsson is a very small and stylish mobile phone. Nonetheless, it delivers excellent performance with a comprehensive range of features such as GPS, Wi-Fi, 3G and a 5 megapixel camera with flash. The phone runs on the Android platform and offers users the full benefits of a much larger device although its touch screen size is just 2.55-inch (6.48 cm). Its small size and weight and variety of vivid case colours make it perfect for introducing the fairer sex to smartphone technology.”

[Sony Ericsson]

 

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X10 Mini gets a major award

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That's bullshit. The X10 Mini is possibly the least user-friendly and slowest "smartphone" I've ever used. The display is stupidly low-res, too. No thanks.

So according to the EISA, Android phones, nay, smartphones in general, will only appeal to women if they're small and brightly colored. Sexist douches...Anyone else??

i nearly crapped myself laughing at that Christmas Story reference. uhh its a Major Award! fragile, its Italian.