Sony Xperia Ray
The Sony Xperia Ray packs a 1GHz processor and runs with 512MB RAM. An 8MP shooter on the back is capable of recording 720pHD Videos and there is a secondary camera for video call too. Currently running Gingerbread, there is an update to Android 4.0 ICS coming in June first week. Sony Mobile BRAVIA engine display adds to the appeal of the phone. Touch Sensitive Capacitive controls are a pleasure to use on the device. The 3.3inch screen with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels offers pretty sharp images.
Sony Xperia Ray – Why and Why not
Why you should buy the Sony Xperia Ray?
- 1GHz Scorpion processor
- Adreno 205 GPU
- 512MB RAM
- Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine
- Excellent display – 3.3inch screen with resolution of 480 x 854 pixels (297ppi)
- Superb 8MP Camera with Exmor R sensor
- Slim form factor
- Adobe Flash 10.2 Support
- Good Connectivity – 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS with A-GPS
- USB On The Go
- Excellent build quality
- Affordable – just Rs13000
- Excellent Value for the money
Why you should not get the Sony Xperia Ray?
- Android 2.3 Only now – ICS Update coming
- No HDMI out
- Viewing angles could have been better
- No smart dialing
- microSD card is not hotswappable
- Limited Internal memory of 300MB
- Sony Timescape UI is not the best
Sony Xperia Ray – Bottomline
The Sony Xperia Ray is one of those phones that is worth every Rupee we put into it. For just Rs13000, it offers us a great camera, excellent screen, the various apps in Android market, 720p HD Video Recording and what not. The only down side is that the 3.3″inch screen is slightly odd and there is no HDMI out. But the Xperia Ray is overall a terrific phone.
Sony Xperia Ray – Best in class for Rs13000