Summary: Sony Ericsson plans for release in May/June 2011 through Telstra, Optus and Vodaphone. Although this phone has a large clear screen and is generally easy to use, it is not for everyone, with its bulky lines and unwieldy handling as a phone.
Summary: In concluding, the Xperia Play is an excellent handset from a manufacturer that is trying to change its name. Sony Ericsson haven’t been known to produce good quality handsets in the Android space.
Pros: Screen tech is bright and crisp, Excellent in direct sunlight, Fast and snappy, Android 2.3.2, Great sound quality and volume, Nicely done skins, Built-in Gamepad
Cons: Stock camera app, Cramped feel when using gamepad, Heavy, Filmsy back cover
Excerpt: Now here's a thing, a phone that you can play games on -- whatever next? But this isn't just any old games phone, it's the first ever PlayStation -certified smart phone. It's a chunky piece of kit at 119x62x16mm and 175g, certainly compared to the waif-like lines of its sister device, the Xperia...
Pros: PS3-style controls, Stonkingly good screen, Fast processing Android 2.3, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, 5.1 megapixel camera, Flash video support