If texting is the main activity on your mobile phone, then the Sony Ericsson Txt is worth looking at, thanks to its hardware keyboard. Otherwise, there are loads of better alternatives.
Typical price: $129.00
Basically the same phone that Sony Ericsson released at the start of the year, the Arc S is a good phone that may struggle to stand out amongst the crowd in an excellent year of releases.
Typical price: $600.00
AT&T's Sony Ericsson Xperia Play 4G is ideal for gamers, but we'd prefer to see more-accurate controls, a few more features, and a faster data network.
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Perhaps we're suckers for big screens, but the small display on the Xperia Ray makes everyday smartphone tasks an eye strain. Make sure you compare it with larger phones before committing.
Typical price: $699.00
The Xperia range ICS rollout has been pushed back to mid-April, leaking into May and June.
Sony's released a beta version of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Xperia Play, the phone with physical gaming controls.
The Xperia Neo shares the same DNA as its Xperia brethren, with the new Exmor R image sensor and Bravia display engine, but it's very much the black sheep of the family.
Typical price: $528.00
Sony has released a beta version of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Xperia Arc S, Ray and Neo V.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is a significant step forward in mobile gaming, but it suffers from key hardware limitations.
Sony Mobile Communications is born out of Sony's $1.47 billion acquisition of Ericsson's half of their long partnership.