Difference Between Galaxy Ace and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro

Galaxy Ace vs Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro | Full Specs Compared | Galaxy Ace vs X10 Minipro Features and Performance

Why would one want to compare a phone that has been released in 2011 with a phone that was released a year ago? Well, the comparison between Samsung Galaxy Ace (launched in January 2011) and Sony Ericcson Xperia X10 Mini Pro (launched in February 2010) is for those who desire to have the experience of a fully loaded smartphone at prices that are down to earth. Let us find out the differences between these two smartphones that have the ability to provide an Android experience to the user without luxuries and frills associated with other smartphones of today’s generation.

Samsung Galaxy Ace

Samsung have tried to provide full value of money to the users with their latest smartphone in the mid segment by cutting down of luxuries at the same time loading the phone with all that is enough to make Ace rub shoulders with other smartphones of its generation. The smartphone runs on Android 2.2 Froyo that might look outdated to some but is more than capable of providing a smooth and pleasurable experience to the user. It has 800MHz turbo processor with 278MB RAM and internal memory of 2 GB expandable to 32 GB with the help of micro SD cards.

Ace has a large 3.5” HVGA (320x480pixels) screen that bears a striking similarity in looks with iPhone though not so bright. It has dimensions of 112.4×59.9×1.5mm making it quite slim smartphone that also weighs little (113g). Ace is packed with all standard smartphone features such as accelerometer, touch sensitive controls, 3.5mm audio jack, gyro sensor etc. The phone has a nice 5MP camera at the back which is capable of recording videos at 2592x1944pixels. The camera is auto focus with LED flash. It is capable of geo tagging and smile detection, and yes, the front camera video calling.

For connectivity, Ace is Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, GPS with A-GPS, DLNA and full HTML browser. There is GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth v 2.1 with A2DP and the ability to become mobile hotspot. The phone has stereo FM with RDS. It supports decent speeds of 7.2Mbps in HSPDA.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro

Sony has pleased many with Xperia X10 Mini Pro (X10 mini pro) with a kind of miniaturization that has not been seen hitherto. It has a unique full QWERTY keyboard that remains hidden, and you wouldn’t believe it is a smartphone until you get down to its specifications. The name Mini Pro says it all. Do not go by its size as it is packed with features enough to give many smartphones of today a run for their money.

Despite the unique slider, Mini has dimensions of 90x52x17mm making it a slim and small smartphone. It weighs just 120g. It has a small screen in comparison to new smartphones, but if you can manage with its 2.5” capacitive touch screen at QVGA resolution, you will get many features normally seen in more expensive phones only.

The phone runs on Android 1.6 though you can upgrade to Android 2.1. It has a decent 600MHz processor (Qualcomm MSM7227). It is Wi-Fi802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, with a built in GPS and GPS compass. It supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE along with 3G with HSPA. Mini Pro has 5MP camera at the back which is auto focus with LED flash capable of recording videos in VGA. And yes, there is the legendary Sony Ericsson UX from Sony making browsing and playing games a pleasing experience on the smartphone. The phone has stereo FM radio. It has internal memory of 128MB expandable up to 16GB. The only downside is its battery that is only 930mAh.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro vs Samsung Galaxy Ace

• Mini has a smaller display (2.5”) as compared to Ace (3.5”).

• Mini is a little bulkier (120G) in comparison to Ace (113g).

• Ace runs on Android 2.2 Froyo while Mini pro runs on older Android 1.6

• Ace provides a much longer talk time (11 hours) than Mini (4 hours).

• Ace supports Bluetooth v3.0 while mini is capable of just Bluetooth v2.0

• While Ace has a capacitive touch screen, Mini has a resistive touch screen.

• Ace has a better processor (800MHz to 600MHz) than Mini Pro.