It's hard to go past the latest Smart phone Xperia Neo from Sony Ericsson with its slick design, innovative features and its superior quality video and camera.
This would be the most intuitive and ridiculously easy to setup and configure mobile device I've ever used. The ease to connect to your home Wi-Fi and social networks will keep you in touch with your Facebook friends where ever you are instantly.
The first aspect you notice when you initially get hold of the Xperia Neo, available on 2degrees, is the ergonomic and comfortable feeling it has. It fits nicely into the hand, and although not the thinnest of smart phones on the market, it feels relatively light.
The screen is very clear and has noticeably vibrant colours with razor sharp resolution. The 3.7" scratch-resistant screen is a bonus for anyone that has a haphazard, busy lifestyle and, like me, has scratched many a mobile screen previously.
You'll notice it comes well equipped with inputs to connect your peripherals i.e. a micro HDMI for connecting your phone to TV and quick buttons on the sides of the phone for camera, volume, and lock etc. I found these very handy indeed.
As I've mentioned the initial setup has been well thought out with simple steps, diagrams and helpful hints that made getting this phone up and running a breeze.
At home it located my Wi-Fi connection quickly and let me connect to the internet very easily and I found web browsing to be a good experience without any road blocks.
The 8.1 megapixel camera takes very good quality pictures and comes with a powerful flash. I was also impressed with the high-definition video.
The only difficulties I had with the handset was it was very hard to take the back panel off to insert the sim card and battery pack. The back panel felt very flimsy and it could easily break if this action was repeated a number times. Although the sound quality was very good, I couldn’t get the volume loud enough for my liking when I was listening to music.
An important feature of any mobile is the ease of inputting data especially when it comes to texting. I probably need a bit more practice with the touch screen but I found the keys too close together, which made it difficult to type.
Overall I enjoyed using the Xperia Neo the positives definitely outweigh any negatives.
From the slick look and feel of this smart phone and the user friendly and informative setup through to its high quality camera and video and long battery life, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo.
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