Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Android phone

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo review: The XPERIA Neo has a built-in HDMI-out port, an Exmor R camera sensor, and uses Sony's Bravia graphics engine

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    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
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    TBA (AUD)

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Its all the same
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I think I would have preferred this phone instead of the laggy Arc (Well, it WAS laggy before the first update). I use my phone's internet to connect to my laptop - S.E brought out another update for the Arc which I unfortunately can not do, unless I get a mate to do it for me, as the phone switches off whilst updating, therefore, disconnecting my internet connection - MAJOR BOO for Sony Ericsson right there, who said there was no other way around it >:s

I'm impressed with the camera quality of the Neo and was wondering if it too had "lag issues?" By lag, I mean whilst using HD Video to shoot, does it freeze like my Arc did and still sometimes does? And is the response time about the same as the Arc or better?

When it comes to everything else, it seems phones are all the same to now. It seems it doesn't matter what phone you buy anymore, as you'd get pretty much the same UI, apps, features etc etc as all the other mobile phones. Something needs to come out...something totally different.

But with that said, I enjoy your blogs! Thanks for the review >:)




Camera, HD Recording, Screen
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" doesn't include the 'Reality display' technology featured on the XPERIA Arc."

Um the Sony Ericsson website and other reviews state that the Neo has a Reality Display.

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