Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia Play / R800
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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play Review
28 March 2011
Excerpt: Ever since the XPERIA Play emerged, the device gained immediate fame in the smartphone and gaming communities alike. Combining the versatility of an Android with the gaming capabilities of a PlayStation has produced one of the most, if not the most, anticipated smartphones being released in 2011.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play gets reviewed but will it make an impact?
28 March 2011
Excerpt: As it stands today, on the day of review and the precipice of its launch, the Play is looking out on a pretty barren gaming landscape. The Android titles up for grabs are not exclusive to the device and don’t necessarily benefit all that greatly from its unique control scheme, whereas the catalog of...
Conclusion: The Xperia Play runs on Gingerbread (version 2.3), the latest version of Google’s Android platform. The Xperia Play will also be the first PlayStation Certified device. This means it will have access to PlayStation game content provided through the PlayStation Suite initiative, currently under...
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is different to any other phone on the market and to me is a magical little device. Thanks to the iPhone, mobile gaming is massive now. Games like Angry Birds have made mobile gaming big business and the best way to spend your time when on the train.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is one of the most hotly anticipated smartphones of recent years. Does this Android smartphone – dubbed the Playstation Phone – live up to expectations? Find out in our full review.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY puts a gaming twist on the standard smartphone model. The phone features a full PSP-like gamepad that slides out from underneath the phone's 4 inch, LED backlit 480 x 854 TFT LCD screen that features capacitive multi-touch capabilities.
Excerpt: For ages the Xperia Play was referred to by everyone as the PlayStation Phone. And with all the hype surrounding Sony Ericsson's latest Android handset it's hard to imagine it living up to expectations.