Excerpt: Major improvements and new features are not on it,it is old and as well as weak too,i dont think we have to talk too much about it,i use it.... Despite our efforts to provide full and correct Sony Ericsson Xperia ray specifications, there is always a possibility of admitting a mistake. If you see any wrong or incomplete data ....
Cons: Internal is to little for user ( 300 mb ), dont have AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, glossy screen mean more swiping, missing the best featrues like NFC
Summary: Away from the latest trend of mammoth screens, ST18i caters to those (like me) who need latest technologies in a compact instrument. Big screens are good, but I would prefer them on my TVs rather than on mobiles phones for two reasons: Pocketability and battery-life. Though ST18i's battery life is not great as per specs (only 7hrs), its not too bad considering its size. Pros: 1. Not too bad battery life 2. Light and Elegant 3. Packs a punch with gps and all. 4.
Summary: I would have rated this 4 stars last year. I bought this two years ago from Amazon proper. Most mobile phone manufacturers don't put enough memory in the phone. They give the false excuse of the use of an external memory card, which is only good for storing pictures and videos. The SD card is not good for storing apps etc. Some apps can go on the sd card, but it is not a good idea and most key apps will just not go on an sd card.
Summary: I won't go on to say this is so slim that out presents problems.... But the signal reception on this phone is really BAD. I have a HTC wildfire, when HTC shows a signal reception of 3/5, this one is not reachable and shows 0 signal.
Summary: I like the Xperia Ray I really do... but please, PLEASE, Sony get the most important things right, namely the call quality. If you use it for it's screen going online messages etc, you will not find better, but if like me you need it for hands free calling you'll be disappointed, the volume level is just too low!
Summary: My previous cell phone was Samsung galaxy S, which is good for browsing and watching video but I think it is slightly big to fit in pocket specially with rubber cover. I started looking for similar spec phone with smaller size and slim. I found all those features in this phone, But only major issue I have with this phone is, Not sure why it keep getting disconnecting from network if I move to out to close area, but then it never connects automatically , I have to...
Summary: chosen the handset after hours of research and reading reviews, placed my order and got my hands on the handset very soon, It's a powerful, stylish, beautiful android handset with loads of useful functions like power saving mode, google talk "voice and video" bravia engine, voip sip enabled for calls over the internet and many more... but it's made in china, we all know what kind of quality standards they have... mine arrived with a faulty screen!
Excerpt: Less than a centimetre thick, and barely 10x5cm across, it’s slip-in-the-slacks compact, and yet big enough for the fantastically detailed screen to do the smartphone business. With 480×854 pixels on the 3.3” display you get a Retina-matching 300ppi (plus/minus). Even at this size, you can still get into the details of a Web page or app, and the touch is as accurate as any.
Pros: Really good-looking phone, and amazingly compact (but still usable by Mr Sausage Fingers) Excellent screen
Cons: Stupid PC-only software updates Wi-Fi was not super-powerful, struggled to get more than one or two bars when other phones had max. No hot-swap for SD card. Come, Sonicsson, this is no longer a luxury. Screen is scratchable - ugh, screen protectors.