This is a slim, cool looking smartphone with good features like 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 8.1 MP camera, and front facing camera which is a VGA camera, even then it does the work, though it is only for video chatting and NOT video calling. It has a semi-circular home button which goes red when kept for charging and goes green when it is completely charged. That's something new and cool. Because it's xpected price is 17,000 to 22,000 Rs non-availability of HDMI port can be ignored. Overall it's a good smartphone which everybody would want to have one! :)
The phone is loaded with features...and internal memory is not an issue at all.....and also read in a blog..all Xperia phones released in 2011 will be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich..which is the smartphone version of Android tablet OS Honeycomb...so definitely this phone is worth buying...nthe price is little on the higher side..but if LiveSound Hi-Fi headset is offered in the box..it will be definitely a god deal...
Internal memory is never an issue when such a huge external memory is available. Every application installed can be moved to external memory which isn't such a tedious work at all! Just because Motorola defy has 2GB internal memory , doesn't make it a good smart phone. Sony Ericsson uses Qualcomm(QCM) processor which is The top producer of processors for handsets running on Google’s (GOOG) Android operating system. Qualcomm company serves for only Sony Ericsson, HTC and not so called "MOTOROLA". Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is not a disappointment at all.
The internal memoryu is just not enough for this kind of phone. Sorry to say that Motorola Defy will be superior in every aspect of such phones. It's a huge dissppointment and buyer will regret it later.
I have been waiting for this phone for a long time.. I would like to known whether they are going to give Livesound hands free with this phone..