Why Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is Not For Regular Users

Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play is fusion phone equipment that promises to offer unparallel gaming front to the users apart from a regular league phone features. Based on Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 it is powered on 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU. The 4 inch screen of the device is based on a meager 480 X 854 resolution only. The RAM size is neither too fancy and stands at 512 MB only.

Interestingly the price point of the device is on a higher side at $400 and the device lacks video recording capabilities too. The D panel controls reminds of a PSP set up and the phone is ideally positioned for the gaming freaks.

Although some of the finest connectivity options and PC tethering is allowed by the packaged hardware, the phone fails to make an impact. The overall design lacks that vibrant classy looks. Instead, the exterior is packed with poor quality plastic and is squeaky too.

Recording videos can be a real horror on the device as it supports 800 X 480 pixels while the devices such as Samsung Galaxy 2 are already providing supreme coverage of up to 1240 X 724. The still recording is still decent enough with the 5 MP rare camera.


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