Summary: The XPERIA Play was a HUGE letdown. Pros: - Great Battery Life - outlasts any other on the market. - PSP controller, fun for some games. - Home dock included (new). - 8gb microSD card. Cons: - Incredibly slow. A whopping 1GHz, single core processor. Struggles to keep up with fast texting. (Lamens: 30-40% speed of newer phones.) - Sony Ericsson. They love making their own products, and messed up the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Summary: A good phone, but don't works in 3G in costa Rica (no works in latin america). just gsm! :-( Este es un buen celular pero no trabaja en 3G en costa rica ( por lo leido en internet ni en latino América) solo en GSM :-(
Summary: hello for my opinion.Very good object.but i have big problem.I've can't using this Sony ericsson play to a gsm phone. It's locked by all parts (CDMA system, sim locking)because i've badly read the announc.(Verizon is a phone operator and not a mobile factory) It's good to a portable playstation, but not for a mobile phone.What is the solution.Yon send me the codes to unlock this or you pay off me.thanks to decide to a solution!
Excerpt: I bought this phone because I was bored of my old phone, the droid incredible. I figured this seemed cool, a way to play games for when I am bored. This phone, IS HORRIBLE. It is slow, it constantly crashes, the internet doesn't work half the time, the App's i download constantly don't run (the same apps that I used to run flawlessly on my incredible)..
Summary: Sluggish, lacking in games, fails to make use of the game pad. The way to get the most out of this device is to download an emulator and play SNES games or some N64. Battery life is poor, barely lasts the day with medium use and with wifi/data plan further decreases the power bar.