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Last Updated: April 2nd, 2011

UK readers only: if you like adorable handsets running an operating system with an adorable mascot or, and perhaps more importantly, if you like free things, then you owe the X10 Mini a few minutes of your time.

It’s not the most powerful Android handset on the block, and hell, it’s not even running Android 2.1, for an attractive, and again, free, Android handset, it’s not a bad deal.

Of course, as with most free phone offers, it will require you to sign your soul away for two years with a new contract, but on the bright side, you have your choice of four carriers to deal with.

For fun, feast your eyes on this X10 Mini commercial featuring a pair of freakish fingers (try saying that 10 times fast).

Source: Carphone Warehouse

Via: Engadget

Chris Dehghanpoor
Chris is an Android devotee based out of Houston, TX. He enjoys indie rock, general geekery and long walks on the beach. If you can't find him online, he's probably playing Plants VS Zombies.
  • String

    I'm sorry, but wtf? If you're willing to sign on to a new 2-year contract with a UK carrier, you can get virtually any phone for "free". Including much higher-spec ones than the X10 Mini.

    • Chris Dehghanpoor

      Just thought it was worth mentioning -- it's certainly not the most amazing phone out there, but it's definitely an interesting little handset :)

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      I played with it at Google I/O and it's actually not that bad. Its size appeals to a lot of people, and the UI is quite slick. I'm sure it'll get a 2.1 at some point as well, when the whole X10 series does.

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