We really have no idea how to take this. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has a mini-me version codenamed Robyn that's seriously tiny. Just look at the thing! It's so tiny that we almost think it's a joke, in fact, we're certain it has to be a joke. Can it really be that small and run Android!?
Given that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is looking to be a Canadian exclusive (for now) we wonder if the Xperia X10 mini me or 'Robyn' can sneak through the US back door, heck, we're sure no one would notice. But who would want such a tiny smartphone? Is this even practical? Forgive us but we're just stunned by the size of the thing. The 'Robyn' is purported to come with your usual slew of connectivity options--3G, Wi-Fi, etc, 3.5mm headphone jack and a 5 megapixel camera. It looks to run the same UI as the Xperia X10. It'll also come in four different colors seen after the break!
So, um, who's interested in the Sony Ericsson 'Robyn'?
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