Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia ray/ST18a/ST18i
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19 November 2014
Summary: Sony Ericsson has been bulking up its Xperia lineup of smartphones in the recent two years - anyone remembers the Xperia X10 series? This year, the flagship Android Xperia Arc joins the growing portfolio alongside with the new Xperia Mini series .
Excerpt: After the big names like Nokia announced of N9 smartphone, we have a major update from Sony Ericsson. One would be expecting the higher end version of Sony Xperia but unfortunately Sony goes for mid-range Xperia Ray.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson thinks slim smartphones, and does visualize them well. Over the last few months, we have seen the Arc (read our review here ), the Ray and the Arc S (read our review here ). Among the three, the Ray brings in an additional dimension of slimness.
Summary: Sony Ericsson Xperia ray – a stunning new smartphone with a 3.3 inch screen and running the latest Android platform for smartphones (Gingerbread 2.3), the phone packs in a powerful 1Ghz processor, Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine, a 8.1mp camera with Exmor R for mobile and HD video...
Summary: Sony Ericsson’s Xperia family of Android phones has been rapidly expanding, including its traditionally large form factor (like the Arc), adorably miniature ones, such as the Mini, and even sliders, like the Pro.
Pros: Great battery life, Truly amazing screen, Blisteringly fast web browser with Flash, Quick GPS action, 8MP camera with HD video
Cons: Keyboard can be fiddly, Camera a bit of a letdown, Timescape erratic, Maximum of five home screens available, Office Suite should be pro version
Conclusion: The Xperia Ray is for those that don’t want to get tied down to a contract and who only want a smartphone for basic needs such as casual Web browsing, updating Facebook, reading / replying to emails, and playing the occasional game. If that’s you, then this is the phone for you.
Conclusion: I would say that this phone IS aimed at the younger generation as well as people who love photos and who love to have a phone for lots of jobs while they are on the move so I would recommend this handset to any young gun that is looking for an awesome and lightweight smartphone that has a premium...
Conclusion: This device is a surprisingly enjoyable to use device for its size, but the cost might be prohibitive to most Americans used to getting their devices on-contract for the major discount available when a carrier gets ahold of a device.