All Product Articles tagged ‘sony ericsson’
Sleek smartphones. PlayStation-certified Android devices. Sony Ericsson's Xperia smartphones are certainly quite varied. If you're wondering how the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro and its physical QWERTY keyboard fare, this review will shed some light.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Active is no ordinary phone - it is dust proof and water resistant. You can operate the phone even when the screen or your fingers are wet. Here's our quick take on the fitness-orientated Android smartphone.
The newer Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini is a toned down version of its keyboard-equipped phone for those looking for an affordable, fuss-free smartphone. Find out more about this petite device from our evaluation after the jump.
What do you do when you've tons of (okay, five) cameraphones lying around? Do a camera comparison, that's what! Here, we take a look at how five 8-megapixel smartphones perform under three common shooting scenarios.
If you are not smitten by the new iPhone 4S, here are five alternatives that are comparable to Apple's flagship model for your consideration.
The Xperia Arc S comes back with a vengeance with an improved 1.4GHz processor and a 3D Sweep Panorama mode. But is it all that different from the Arc? Check it out after the jump.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is a hard product to peg a term to given its ambivalent features. Check out what we have to say about this little Android 2.3 beast of a smartphone.
The unique Sony Ericsson Xperia ray comes hand-in-hand with a signature concept and design. Check out our behind-the-scenes story in Tokyo on the handphone as well as the Xperia marketing efforts in Japan.
As one of Sony Ericsson's flagship products for 2011 and 2012, the Xperia Ray sets to fill a niche for those transiting from a feature phone to a smartphone. We managed to get our hands on a unit in Tokyo, so do check out our impressions after the jump.
The new Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro is more than just a petite phone. The Android 2.3 device comes with ample of features in a tiny body, including a slide-out physical QWERTY keyboard and a moderately snug 3.0-inch screen. Find out more after the jump.