Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray ST18i

  • Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray ST18i
81
Based on 51 scores, 82 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    17
  • Good:
    23
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Amazing display.
  • Spectacular small profile.
  • Excellent camera.

Cons:

  • Cumbersome portrait keyboard.
  • No DivX XviD support.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechTree on 70

Expert Review MRP: Rs 19,000Street Price (As On 23-Jan-2012): Rs 17,600 (; )Another day, another droid. However, thanks to its sleek design, the ray stands out in a crowd. The gadget has duly ticked the essential boxes, such as a 1 GHz CPU and an 8...

By AsiaOne on 70

It may be small but the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray smartphone is packed with...

By ThinkDigit on 70

We have seen the Ray selling for around Rs 18k, and does offer a unique package coupled with good performance. However, the display width (or the lack of it), isn't to everyone’s liking and comfort level. If you aren’t a fanatic about...

By TechCentral on 70

Overall, the Sony Ericsson Xperia ray was a fun smartphone to use even for a non-Android fan like me. It is fast, has a great camera, the screen is beautiful and comes with a nice pair of earphones. On the downside, the Xperia ray's small screen...

By CNET UK on

So there we have it: five phones that are all worthy of your attention if you don't want to spend all your cash on the latest top-end handset. Make sure to check out all our reviews and price comparisons to make sure you're getting the phone...

By Wired UK on 80

The small screen feels like a limitation, but if you can live with it, there's plenty to like about the Xperia Ray, including its sleek good looks, fast operation and impressive camera. SpecificationsSoftware : Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread Processor :...

By CellPhoneQuick on

When it comes to scoring a phone like this, or any gadget, the best possible critera we can judge it on is how sad we’ll be when we have to send it back. And, with the Ray, we’re really sad that it’s leaving us to go on to another...

By CoolSmartphone on

There has been quite a lot of activity from the Sony Ericsson design team this year and the latest device to be brought forth from the creative minds is the Xperia Ray. This phone is not your usual fair from SE in that it does not fall into the usual...

By Tracy and Matt's Blog on

Here we are at the end of another review and I have really enjoyed writing this one also because this phone has surprised me in so many ways and disappointed me in very few to be honest so I have to say it has been one of my favourite reviews to...

By SlashGear on

This device is a surprisingly enjoyable to use device for its size, but the cost might be prohibitive to most Americans used to getting their devices on-contract for the major discount available when a carrier gets ahold of a device. Today you can...

By PC Authority on 67

Sony Ericsson's super-compact 'junior Xperia Arc' aims to show that 'budget' smartphones needn't mean compromise…...

By RegHardware on 80

The small screen won’t appeal to everyone, but if you can get used to it, there’s a massive amount of features built into the Ray for a comfortable midrange price. ® More Android Phone ReviewsSony Ericsson Xperia Arc SHTC Evo...

By itreviews.com on 80

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray isn't suited to media rich activities, and the keyboard is cramped. But it is ideal for small fingered, small pocketed types with less media heavy requirements....

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

The Ray’s tiny form factor really is a unique point of difference among a crowded smartphone market. Smaller and lighter than the competition – and nicely styled to boot – the Ray is better in the pocket and the purse, and that will...

By FoneArena on

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Ray is one of the most intriguing smartphone I have ever used. This phone goes against the current trend of expensive larger screen smartphones with high-specs or small and fat smartphones with low-specs. So I found it...

By The Inquirer on 90

Like its bigger brother, the Xperia Arc, the Xperia Ray has a sleek, simplistic and attractive design. It is a compact phone without being too small to use. The front is glossy black like normal but the buttons are different with a large semi-circle...

By IT Pro Portal on

One Mobile Ring has just taken delivery of the new Sony Ericsson 9.4mm thin Xperia ray mobile phone, where we are publishing these hands-on set of walkthrough and unboxing images ahead of any other coverage. This Xperia ray arrives with a 3.3-inch touch...

By Channel News Australia on 90

This is a fantastic phone on its own merit, but the value for money factor catapults it ahead most of its competition. An iPhone 4 16GB retails for $849 and yet this gem is almost half of that, at $449. Ray is proof Sony is beginning to find its pro...

By Smarthouse on 90

Sony Ericsson has had a tough time trying to differentiate their products through software since its a company founded on hardware. Their first droid, the Xperia X10, might have been the first Australian mobile powered by a 1GHz processor, but...

By Android Central on

The past year has seen Sony Ericsson releasing a slew of Android phones to fit just about every conceivable niche. First to arrive was the Xperia Arc, a great all-rounder with a striking, slim design. Since then we’ve seen the same basic hardware...