Here's Sony Ericsson's latest ad spot on the Xperia X10 Mini (which just cleared the FCC!) and while we applaud the amazing finger dancing choreography, we just don't get it. Sure, fingers dancing on a table can look great on screen but it does nothing to show off the actual features of the phone. Wouldn't it be much more effective if the fingers danced on the phone's screen, showing off its features, than around it? So why not show off the Xperia X10 Mini's biggest appeal, its portability, instead?
What do you guys think? Should we relax and enjoy the "fun-ness" of the ad spot? Or did Sony Ericsson miss once again? [via androidandme]
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