Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

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Reviewed by adriankessel (Currently owns)

I've been using this phone for 2 months and its very satisfying. It is obviously small and might be too small for what most people are looking for these days. But, I love how easily it slips into a pocket and fits in my hand. Its easy to operate with one hand and type with one hand (stock keyboard has gesture swype).

The battery is great, the screen is colorful and sharp, the phone looks very elegant, the call qualify has been super and the phone is general fast and responsive.

My only gripes would be that it can slow down under multitasking (which sometimes causes the camera to launch a little slowly), you can't use the "light" on the back as a flash (common with sony phones) you have to turn the light on and shoot a photo then turn it back off manually, and I've had some slowdown on high end games (Riptide GP and Real Racing 2). These games worked out but would stutter from time to time...they ran much better on my Motorola Atrix.

Overall, I'm VERY happy with this device. Very good all around phone that I would recommend to anyone that wants a small, elegant, android device.

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  • Design 9
  • Display 9
  • Camera(s) 8
  • Reception / call quality 9
  • Performance 8
  • Software 9
  • Battery life 9
  • Ecosystem 9
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