Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia ray/ST18a/ST18i
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Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray Review
4 January 2012
Summary: This is a very unique phone, without a shadow of a doubt. Think of a slim phone, and then squeeze that imagination a bit more. Surprisingly good performance and a build quality that feels better than the price bracket this phone plays in. Will work for someone who wants a sleek phone, but those with slightly stubby fingers will find the slim display a bit tough to use. Doesnï¿½t take away the fact that it is a smart looking phone.
Pros: Good performance, Extremely slim form factor, Battery holds up well
Cons: Slim display wont be comfortable for everyone, On-screen keypad in portrait mode is uncomfortably cramped
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. Actually, the fact that the 8MP Exmor R camera didn't perform as well as we expected, and also that the LED on the back has to be used as a light instead of automatic camera flash, are the only letdowns we experienced with the...
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
Sony Ericsson XPERIA Ray review: If you are put off by the large size of many smartphones, the XPERIA Ray's compact and stylish design is just for you
Good Gear Guide.au
24 January 2012
Summary: The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Ray is an excellent smartphone wrapped in a compact and light frame, a refreshing change from the norm. Provided you can live with its cramped screen when typing on the touchscreen keyboard, the XPERIA Ray offers most of the features of its larger counterpart including a vibrant display, an excellent camera and intuitive software.
Pros: Excellent thin and light design, Great screen with high pixel density, 8-megapixel camera
Cons: Cramped keyboard, No HDMI-out connection, Average battery life
Excerpt: The 8 megapixel snapper comes with a single LED light for company. It's not your normal flash though, since it can only be toggled on and off like a lamp. The resulting images offer a reasonable amount of detail, while keeping noise levels acceptable. However, the colours look dull and the camera has a tendency to randomly overexpose shots.
Pros: Sleek design; Smooth interface; Great sound quality.
Summary: Dit toestel nu 2 weken in bezit. De belangrijkste reden voor mij om een smartphone aan te schaffen is om op elk moment foto's te kunnen maken. Ik ben daarom op zoek gegaan naar een betaalbaar toestel met hoge MP.
De Xperia Ray heeft 8 MPixels. De scherpte is voor een telefoon camera goed. Zoom je op je bij bekijken op de pc in, dan wordt het wat wazig, maarja, dat mag voor een telefoon camera. Zoom je niet in, dan ziet het er prima uit.