It is a best to call TXT Pro a social phone as it comes packed with WiFi, SNS applications like Facebook, Twitter and Orkut and a slew of other features. Besides, the phone has sliding QWERTY keypad which makes typing easy and fast.Accessories: The box contains user guide, earphones and a USB connectable charger. The good thing about this handset is that it supports USB charging. You can detach the USB cable from its charger and transfer data via this handset.
Design: Sony Ericsson's latest offering, Txt pro is a stylish device and sports a sturdy built. Measuring 3.7 x 2.0 x0.7 inches, Txt Pro is quite light weight at 100g. It comes equipped with a 3-inch capacitive touchscreen and you can even use a stylus on this handset.
Display of this handset supports only QVGA format videos with 400 x 240 pixels resolution.
The power on and off button is located on the top, the second home button sits pretty on the front, the third as well as the fourth buttons constitute the volume keys and the camera button. The device sports a rubber smooth finish on its back making it secure to hold. This Sony Ericsson mobiles phone has just 4 buttons on its body.
As per features Just check this: User Interface: Txt Pro has 4 tabs around all edges of the screen. Lower 2 are for keypad and contacts and upper two are to access messages and Internet. To access the menu you have to drag upwards an arrow, which is given in the middle of the lower, two tabs. With the accelerometer the screen tilts vertical and horizontal depends on how you hold it.
The Wi-Fi gives you access to upload your pictures, share updates and more anytime and every time. In addition the device supports GPRS/ EDGE network. Unfortunately the phone is not 3G enabled, which is quite a bit of drawback, especially as a tons of 3G phones are available in the market at affordable prices. Sony Ericsson txt Pro is a complete social phone as it comes integrated with Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, Gmail, e-mail and Gtalk. It also includes Built-in email client which gives you access to your inbox anywhere. Now you can send and receive emails from pretty much anywhere in the world.