Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia ray/ST18a/ST18i
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4 October 2011
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray stands out in a crowd of gargantuan smartphones like a ray of hope for those who want unrivaled hardware performance and yet, appreciate the form factor of feature phones.
Conclusion: Almost nothing went missing when Sony Ericsson turned the magnification down to change the arc into the ray. The HDMI port was dropped out, which is a pity. Had the Xperia ray been able to pair with an HDTV, the screen size would've been irrelevant.
Pros: Quad-band GSM /GPRS/EDGE support, 3G with 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 3.3" 16M-color capacitive LED-backlit LCD touchscreen of FWVGA resolution (480 x 854 pixels) on Sony Mobile BRAVIA engine, Android OS v2.3 Gingerbread, 1 GHz Scorpion CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 chi...
Cons: Screen viewing angles could have been better, No smart dialing, Loudspeaker has below average performance, No DivX/XviD support, Non hot-swappable memory card, No HDMI port (the arc and the Neo have one)
Conclusion: To summarize our impressions from the tiny phone – it is tempting to dismiss the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray as a less-capable version of the Xperia arc, but what you get is in fact a more compact variant, without sacrificing much but an HDMI port.
Pros: High pixel density display, Design-conscious chassis, Good loudspeaker, Dual mics for noise-cancellation and stereo sound capture
Cons: Camera could be better, LED light doesn't serve as automatic flash
PHOTOVIEW: Sony Ericsson Xperia ray Android 2.3 Smartphone
12 September 2011
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson's recently announced Xperia ray is one of the tinier Android smartphones. It's only 9.4 mm thin but incorporates the market leading design for which Sony Ericsson has become known.
Xperia Ray – and elegant smartphone for everyday use from Sony Ericsson
1 August 2011
Conclusion: Overall, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is a well-made all-rounder, with all the specs you’ll ever need in a smartphone and the unique style from Sony – it’s really a premium everyday phone for those that want something more than a gray/black slab in their pockets.
Summary: Sony Ericsson has kept a tad bit low profile of late, however the brand has released more Android gadgets than we can actually recount. With an entire range of handsets running over Google's popular platform, it's quite awkward that the company has restricted it self at so low key, whereas many of...
Summary: Sony Ericsson's latest offering Xperia Ray is for the style conscious users. Powered by Android 2.3.4, the sleek and stylish device resembles its older sibling Arc in terms of design and built.
Summary: 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.