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The Xperia Neo has a bright and vibrant 3.7-inch display. From the home screen you can jump directly to the media player functions. For navigation, you use a mixture of touch controls and physical buttons.
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The Xperia Neo has a typical icon-based menu design.
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The Xperia Neo uses Sony Ericsson's Timescape interface, which brings together your text messages, e-mails, and social-media alerts.
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The Xperia Neo has a virtual keyboard. For a physical keyboard you'll need to pick up the Xperia Pro.
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Besides dark blue, the Xperia Neo also comes in silver (pictured here) and red. On the rear side of the handset you'll find just the camera lens and flash.
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The Xperia Neo hs a trim profile. On the right spine sit the Micro-USB port and camera shutter.
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