Sony Xperia Neo

alaTest zebrał i przeanalizował 843 opinii użytkowników z magazynów i stron. Oceniającym podoba się cena i ekran. Kamera jest również bardzo dobra. Oceniający mają wątpliwości co do brakujących funkcji.

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Eksperci oceniają ten produkt na 78/100 a użytkownicy na 85/100. Przeanalizowaliśmy te oceny, wiek produktu i inne czynniki. W porównaniu do innych produktów z kategorii Telefony komórkowe, Sony Xperia Neo uzyskał ogólny alaScore™ 89/100 = jakość Bardzo dobra.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo review


Sony Ericsson has been a little behind in the Android handset race. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 took a long time to get to market and was somewhat disappointing. The Xperia X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro were better, but still very niche handsets with...

We’re impressed with the Neo, sure the design is very last year and the screen feels a little small, but it’s well built and equipped with the latest version of Android with some user-friendly Sony Ericsson additions. It’s a well-featured handset too,...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo


Sitting pretty in the hand, the small Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo smartphone and its 8.1-megapixel camera offer photographic skills far beyond what you'd expect for its 125g weight.

Navigation is swift and judderless ; 8MP camera ; Connectivity is fantastic and the browser loads quickly ; Mini-HDMI port connection ; Comfortable and easy to use one-handed

The 3.7-inch screen somehow feels a little smaller than it should ; Colours aren't as bright as expected and don't pop on screen ; Sound quality is poor if not using the provided headset ; Video capture isn't as high quality as expected ; Aesthetics...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo review


The Sony Ericsson Neo (and QWERTY packing Pro) models didn't get nearly the attention that was afforded to the Xperia Arc and the Xperia Play upon launch. While those other models are more distinct in their offering, the Xperia Neo lands on our review...

HDMI output, new Facebook integration adds some features, up-to-date Android version, comfortable in the hand, camera performance

Screen foibles, Timescape still isn't as complete as we'd like it to be, basic level functionality can't compete with rivals

We're not certain who the Neo will appeal to. It is outclassed by the Arc, but in the compact handset running is bettered by the likes of the HTC Desire S. There are some nice touches though and the camera performance is strong


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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Android phone


Sony Ericsson's XPERIA Play and XPERIA Arc Android phones may be the company's flagship models of 2011, but the XPERIA Neo has quietly slipped under t...

Concaved design ; Excellent camera ; HDMI-out port

Plastic build feels like a cheap toy ; Poor default keyboard ; Thin external buttons

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo can't claim the XPERIA Arc's unique design, or the XPERIA Play's dedicated gaming controls, but it offers a similar feature set including an excellent camera and a HDMI-out port.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Pro Android phone


Android phones are all the rage at the moment, and most of the standout handsets have featured touchscreen keyboards. Sony Ericsson is attempting to c...

Slide-out QWERTY keyboard, HDMI-out port, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Bravia graphics engine, 8-megapixel camera with Exmor R camera sensor

Paltry 320MB of internal memory, no announced release date for Australia

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Pro Android phone is essentially the XPERIA Neo with the addition of a slide-out, physical keyboard. The XPERIA Neo Pro is heavily focussed on entertainment, with a built-in HDMI port, a Bravia graphics engine, and an...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo


Is Sony Ericsson's latest Android the one or just a glitch in the matrix.

Good quality, high-res screen ; Captures good pics and vids ; Physical camera button ; Fast interface ; Comfortable form factor

Currently ever so slightly overpriced ; Glossy design looks messy ; Android tweaks are limited use

Sony Ericsson has been equipping its high-end phones with good quality high resolution displays for a while now and this trend continues with the Neo. Rather than the typical 480 x 800 pixel resolution, it comes with a 480 x 854 panel. Okay, so it's...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia neo review


The Xperia neo is an inexpensive Android 2.3 phone which is designed for imaging; the 8-megapixel camera uses Sony Ericsson's new Exmor R sensor tech, which moves the wiring to the back of the sensor and so frees up space for more light to reach the...

A good standard Android smartphone with an excellent camera, though you may want to find alternatives to some of the installed apps

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Xperia Neo


Not every smartphone needs to be a Samsung Galaxy S II. There's plenty of room in the market for a reliable workhorse that delivers smooth productivity and media without maxing out your credit limit. The Xperia Neo aspires to precisely this grounded...

Decent build quality ; Vibrant screen ; Mostly vanilla Android

Two-minute boot time ; Native camera app over-compresses images ; Hard to type accurately, especially in portrait

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo review


The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo offers an excellent screen, superb camera and HDMI output, helping it to stand out from the horde of competing mid-range Android smart phones.

Bright, colourful screen ; Amazing 8-megapixel camera ; 720p video recording ; HDMI output

Timescape app is still disappointing ; Casing feels rather cheap

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo is a thoroughly agreeable smart phone. It more than holds its own in the esteemed company of other mid-range handsets like the HTC Desire S and HTC Salsa.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Review


The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo arrives with something of a personality problem. Where the XPERIA Play was resolute in its gaming ambitions, and the XPERIA Arc promised to put Sony's living room prowess into a pocket-friendly package, the Neo takes on the...

The mainstream phone market is more competitive than ever, and the Neo faces competition not just from its spec-for-spec rivals but from high-end devices with aggressive subsidies. The key strength is the camera, though whether that would be enough to...