Although it has a rather small screen, the Xperia Active isn't lacking in any other department. With a robust design, decent camera and nippy processor, this is the perfect handset for adventure-addicts who desire a rugged smart phone but don't want to compromise on functionality and power.
Typical price: £250.00
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.
While the Xperia Arc S doesn't qualify as a massive improvement over its direct predecessor, the Arc, it is nonetheless a solid choice. Its eye-catching design is backed up by a great screen and a surprisingly powerful 8.1-megapixel digital camera.
Typical price: £350.00
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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The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray's small display causes a few headaches when it comes to typing, but it's hard to fault any other aspect of the design. As a mid-range Android phone, it takes some beating.
Typical price: £300.00
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.
If you're looking for something smaller and more pocketable than the usual run of the mill smart phone, but don't want to compromise on speed and features, the Xperia Mini Pro is a good bet. The small screen, short-ish battery life and sub-par camera mean it won't be for everyone, however.
Typical price: £215.00
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD has inched back the curtain and given us a flash of camera in a teaser picture posted to Facebook.