Top Sony Ericsson phones

The best Sony Ericsson phones: We round-up the best Sony Ericsson mobile phones and smartphones on the market

Sony Ericsson has had plenty of success with its Walkman and Cyber-shot line of mobile phones, which integrated advanced music and camera features respectively. In more recent times, the company has tried its luck with its XPERIA branded smartphones; these devices first used the Windows Mobile operating system but now run Google's Android platform, and are headed by the flagship XPERIA X10. We round-up the best Sony Ericsson mobile phones currently available.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play possesses excellent gaming controls and offers a relatively smooth user experience for both communications and gaming. However, it will ultimately live or die by its exclusive games content, and it has a few faults that prevent it from being a great device.

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  • 1st April, 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Sony Ericsson
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  • Pros:
  • Great gaming controls
  • Excellent speakers
  • Sony Ericsson UI overlay
  • Cons:
  • Unremarkable display
  • Questionable build quality
  • Limited internal memory
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