Excerpt: Build Quality: Very tough phone, friend accidently kicked the phone 8 feet in the air and landed face first on concrete and only received a minor bump. Reception: I sometimes don't receive calls from my friends. My friend tried calling me 3 times before the call was picked up by my phone Call Quality: Call quality is decent, but when my neighbor calls me, I can hear him fine but he can't hear me( this has happened numerous times) Internet: crashes numerous times daily,...
Pros: Battery Life, Bright Screen, Clear screen in sunlight, Very tough Phone, Pre-Installed Apps, Game pad
Cons: many dropped calls, Very slow browser, Poor Camera quality, Lags alot, Stock Keyboard is horrible, slow processor, Nothing special about the game quality, Not Enough RAM
Summary: Have had the phone for over a week now and no issues what so ever. Great phone, buttons work great and was in original packaging. The only thing that took a little bit of googleing was figuring out the difference between the types of Xperia Plays out there. The R800x is the Verizon version and only works on CDMA networks.
Summary: im an university student that needed a new phone something different and innovative away from the tiring Iphone and I stumlbled across the play...im so impressed this phone got me reading, emailing, web surfing, i forgot my tablet and psp nevertheless it is a phone that is meant to be played on the buttons work great on xperai play games...this phone also matches my character so its a plus...i got my phone from here they are cool it came with an 8gb memory stick..
Summary: Verizon no longer sells these and we needed to replace one that was damaged in a mud puddle. First time we didn't have the optional insurance and no upgrade available. So, even though the phone is on its way still, we are very happy. The new price even beat what Verizon was selling used ones for before they ran out.