Sony Ericsson Brings the Xperia Ray to the US, Unlocked for $425


The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is now available in the United States, though don’t go heading to your nearest wireless carrier to find the Android smartphone. The handset is not available direct from any service provider, but is rather being sold via online retailers as an unlocked device. Priced at $424.99, you’ll want to take a hard look at the Xperia Ray’s 1GHz processor, 3.3-inch reality display, and 8.1MP camera before deciding if this is the handset for you. Chances are you will find something better on a subsidized deal direct from any number of carriers, but if the idea of signing into a long-term contract is just a little out of your comfort zone you can find the Xperia Ray at NewEgg (where it is on sale for only $379.99) and other online outlets.


WHAT: The Sony Ericsson Xperia™ ray is now available unlocked in the U.S. for $424.99.

Sony’s award-winning mobile imaging technology and front-facing 8.1 Megapixel camera set a new standard for low light pictures and video. Think birthday dinners at your favorite dim Italian restaurant or capturing your favorite undiscovered band at a local dive.

With Sony’s Reality Display and Mobile BRAVIA® Engine, you get exceptional visual brilliance and a crystal clear image, enhancing the overall entertainment experience of the device.

The sleek and slim Xperia™ ray design will have friends asking “What is that?” – and you can share your response socially using Facebook Inside Xperia™, a unique experience for greater social interaction available only from Sony Ericsson.

Additional Features:
· 1 GHz processor
· Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) platform
· 3.3 inch scratch resistant screen (measured diagonally) and integrated touch keys
· Weight: 100 grams & Size: 111 x 53 x 9.4 mm
· Aluminum frame
· Available in 4 different colors: gold, black, white and pink
· More than 200,000 apps available for download via Android Market™

Pricing and Availability:
The Sony Ericsson Xperia™ ray is available now unlocked for $424.99 at newegg.com and other online retailers.

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  1. Seems like too much for a lower to midrange device in my opinion.

  2. Stopped reading at 3.3 inch display…

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