Sony Ericsson's other Mobile World Congress-launched smartphones - Neo and Pro - won't garner as many headlines as the Xperia Play, but these near-identical siblings are worth a look. Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro Sony Ericsson's Xperia Pro The two differ only in the Pro's inclusion of a landscape-orientation slide-down Qwerty …
Can I access them as USB storage devices from Linux?
You should be able to - that's a standard Android feature, so I don't see why S.E. would disable it.
Oh I really do like the look of the Pro, any word yet on which carrier will take the Pro? I hope O2 since they have the previous ones, fingers crossed.
Another 4 row keyboard! Why... why?!
Consumer Choice in the Android Camp
I like the fact that SE still offer smartphones with the choice of keyboard or not.
There are still people out there who like to have a physical qwerty/azerty 'user experience'
Smart looking handsets, too
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