My how time flies! The Mini Pro was $630 when it launched in August last year, so $99 could well put it into your consideration basket against other recent sub $100 Android phones. Sony Ericsson upgraded the Mini Pro to Android 2.1 last year, but there's been nothing beyond that. [OzBargains via Lifehacker]
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