Sony Ericssion Experia ray is the Commbination of Xperia neo and xperia arc.Xperia ray size is 111 x 53mm.
Here is the Xperia Ray Main features,
- Xperia Ray is the slim and sleek Mobile from the soney ericssion So it has greater Battery Life Compare than other models
- Xperia ray Screen Size is 3.3 Inch TFT.It is smallest in size and compact.
- Xperia Ray is the 3G Mobile -HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.8 Mbps
- Xperia Ray is the HD Vedio Support(720Pixels)
- In Xperia ray Maximum of Maximum of five home screens available
- Camera is 8 Mega Pixel -3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
No matter how you slice it, the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray is the embodiment of cuteness. It’s stylish, with bikini waistline and shiny black mirrored face, available in various colors, sports the newest version of Android beautified by the Timescape overlay, and has the acclaimed 8MP Exmor R camera sensor.
From the looks of it, only a very few things can ruin this munchkin, chief among which would be an eventual high price tag. Is that the case? Read on our review of the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray where we try to solve this puzzle for you…
As small touchscreen smartphones go, the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray is almost the perfect size, not getting lost in your palm if you have big hands, and fitting admirably if you are regular. The handset is one of the thinnest smartphones out there, at 0.37” (9.4 mm), and feathery at just 3.53oz (100 g). We also noticed that the Xperia ray is extremely comfortable for one handed operation due to its dimensions – your thumb just reaches everywhere like an anteater’s tongue.
Plugging the numbers in a pixel density calculator returned 297ppi, which is just shy of the 300ppi threshold. This threshold became mainstream knowledge when Steve Jobs introduced the 326 ppi Retina Display iPhone 4, and said that above around 300ppi a normal human eye can’t detect the individual pixels from 10-12 inches of distance.
Unlike the Xperia arc, the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray’s screen sports rather wide viewing angles, with nary a change in contrast or brightness when looked from extremes. Couple that with above average brightness and visibility outside, plus very good sensitivity, and we can say that the Xperia ray flaunts one of the best little LCD screens we’ve encountered so far.
This alone makes it a pretty enticing handset, running the latest version of Android – 2.3 Gingerbread, but when you add the 8MP Exmor R camera sensor on the back with LED video light (yep, you can’t use it as a flash, it has to be turned on manually), which proved its virtues in the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc, we might have a formidable category contender. Unlike the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc, the Xperia ray sports a front-facing VGA camera for video chat, but it skips the HDMI port – something had to give. There are also only 300MB of user-available ROM for apps, and a 4GB microSD card is included in the package.