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19th September 2012 – 1 comment
Half-price until tomorrow.
29th August 2012
Gadget-manufacturer makes early running at tech expo.
27th July 2012 – 3 comments
Latest OS refresh officially not coming to last year’s hero kit.
29th May 2012
Latest OS refresh now rolling out.
16th April 2012
Blighty left out in the cold.
3rd April 2012
Only small numbers affected by yellow tint, though.
Light up your life with Sony Ericsson's Xperia Ray! With Android on board, tons of fantastic apps and a gorgeous 3.2-inch display with Bravia Engine tech on board, this great smartphone really is Sony Ericsson at its best.
Sony Ericsson has pulled out all the stops for the Xperia Ray. From its robust build quality and high-end materials right through to its cutting-edge design and lavish feature set, this is a smartphone that oozes with class.
Take for instance, the amazing on board camera. With eight megapixels to play with, plus autofocus, LED flash, touch-focus, face detection and image stabilisation, it's almost impossible to take a bad picture. And, better yet, is that it excels at video to boot, recording at 720p in rich high definition to a feeling of real class to your mini movies.
Just as impressive is the Ray's gorgeous, scratch-resistant 3.3-inch screen. Featuring a backlight and the same Sony Bravia technology you find in the very best Sony TVs, it offers pin-sharp images and only the crispest colours. And it's supremely and satisfyingly responsive too, allowing you to get to all the features you need to in a trice.
At the heart of the Ray is the latest, greatest version of the Android operating system. That means that if you choose this handset you'll be able to choose from a massive array of fun games and practical business apps. And as with all Android phones, there's some great apps pre-installed too, including YouTube and Gmail.
Other features of the Ray include A-GPS support which combines with Google Maps to turn your phone into a brilliant sat nav device, a powerful 1GHz Snapdragon processor, expandable memory of up to 32GB, email document viewer, web browser, push email, a media player with the MusicID software to help you find out the name of unfamiliar tracks while you're out and about.