Vodafone UK Launches Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

Sony Ericsson recently introduced the world to the Xperia Ray, a mid-range device with some good specs. Now the UK’s largest carrier, Vodafone UK, has officially launched the Xperia Ray. The Ray packs Android 2.3, along with a 3.3-inch Reality display with Sony’s BRAVIA  Engine, an 1GHz processor, an 8.1 megapixel camera with 720p HD video capture, a front-facing camera, and up to 32GB of expandable memory.

Vodafone is offering the Xperia Ray for free on a 2-yr contract, starting at £26 per-month. The device also comes with Sony Ericsson’s custom Timescape UI, which could be a blessing or a curse, depending on how you look at it.

Are any of our UK readers thinking about grabbing an Xperia Ray from Vodafone? Not a fan of Sony Ericsson? Leave a comment below!

Source SoMobile

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1 Comment

  1. Jack
    December 09, 21:55 Reply

    Thank god someone is seeing sense and making phones smaller again.
    Ideally I’d like it 10mm narrower and another mm thinner.
    If I want a big screen, I’ll use a laptop or an ipad, otherwise I want something as unobtrusive as possible, but still capable of running some apps and basic web browsing.

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