Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray Review
Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray Review:
Released in August 2011 by Sony Ericsson, Xperia Ray has 3.3” capacitive touchscreen which is LED-backlit LCD and the phone display is 16M colors. You have to just log in once and will stay connected; it is a new level smartphone. The touchscreen has all latest features such as touch sensitive controls, multi-touch input method, and scratch-resistant display, accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate, proximity sensor for auto turn-off and times cape UI. The Mobile BRAVIA® Engine makes photos and videos pop right out, and there is Exmor R™ for mobile CMOS sensor by Sony which provides sharp, high quality photos and videos shooting in dim light conditions. This device has 1GB internal memory and 4GB card included microSD which is replaceable up to 32 GB. This slim set has 9.4 mm thick and weight is just 100 g so it could easily slip into your tight pocket. It thin but very fast, it has 1GHz Scorpion processor which keeps things moving on finger touch.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray has 8MP autofocus camera with LED flash, so you can capture high resolution images and sharp HD 720p video capability, it has video light so there is no tension if it’s getting dark. It has VGA secondary for video calling and chatting so you can share your face impression and new dresses with your friends. 7.2 Mbps 3G networks work quickly, the cell phone has v2.1 with Bluetooth A2DP, and EDR so can share things wirelessly. Stereo FM radio with RDS included for listening your preferred live radio shows and songs. Jack 3.5mm loudspeaker provides high quality sound. No cables setup procedures needed to show video on DLNA TV, by this device you can share your photos slideshows and movies stored in your phone wirelessly. Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery provides 420h of standby and 7h talk time with 36h music play time.
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