And it seems to be pretty neato. Over at Ausdroid they’ve got this image that they say is a Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro 2 being benchmarked with Quadrant, and it appears to be doing pretty well. It’s definitely no LG Optimus 2X or overclocked Nexus S, but is comparable to, say, a CyanogenMod 7 Nexus S with no overclocking. What’s all that mean? It means it’s not going to beat the superest of the super phones coming out soon, but it’ll certainly be a top-tier device.

All this is assuming that this image actually is the X10 Mini Pro 2 from Sony Ericsson. If it is, it’s more than likely powered by 1GHz CPU running a tiny 320 x 480 screen. So… speedy speedy.

Also NOTE this is the second time this image has come up – we just tracked it down to a post on IT168 that definitely points toward it being an XPERIA machine, plus, I don’t know if you noticed, but we’ve had this image on our OWN blog right HERE as well! That time we were still guessing it was the XPERIA Mini PRO.

Disregard! Found it! Also I want to note that there’s a watermark in the very lower right-hand corner of the image that I can’t quite read. If anyone can read it or if you happen to be the person who took the photo, please comment below or contact me at chris (at) androidcommunity (dot) com.

[Via AusDroid]