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Sony Xperia Go - A Mid-Range Smartphone

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Sony’s first rugged handset since ditching Ericsson as its partner, the Sony Xperia Go has taken a number of design hints from its fellow Android Xperia-branded siblings, lining up with an appealing aesthetic that detracts from the hard-wearing rugged nature of the svelte smartphone.

Price: $299

Website: www.sonymobile.com

Ratings: 3/5

Sony Xperia Go

Sony Xperia Go

Despite being IP67 certified - meaning it is dust- proof and can be submerged up to lm underwater for as long as 30 minutes without damage - the Sony Xperia Go is a slim, compact phone that lines up at a minimalist 9.8mm thick and 110g in weight. Bucking the trend of increasingly oversized devices, the Sony Xperia Go features a traditional 3.5-inch touchscreen, with a 480 x 320 resolution.

With a scratch-resistant screen coating further aiding the Sony Xperia Go’s rugged nature, the latest Xperia handset ensures against water damage by being fitted with independent micro USB and 3.5mm audio jack connection covers.

The latest Xperia handset ensures against water damage.

The latest Xperia handset ensures against water damage.

The 1GHz dual-core NovaThor processor inside means the Sony Xperia Go is by no means sluggish, zipping along quite nicely and largely ensuring applications are opened, run and closed relatively quickly. Despite this dual-core processor power, however, there is an irritating amount of lag that accompanies screen movements and application launches. Add to this poor speaker placement and a rather glare-friendly screen, and media playback is somewhat lacking.

On top of the handset’s multi-core CPU, the Sony Xperia Go plays host to the sector standard 512MB of RAM as well as 8GB of internal storage. Although this 8GB of storage seems at first impressive, in reality, just half of this is available to the user meaning the microSD card expansion, up to 32GB, once again becomes a necessity.

Omitting the now year-old Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in favor of the dated, albeit largely used, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the Sony Xperia Go partners a strong, thoroughly tested OS with an intuitive Ul for what is a pleasant, if uninspiring software collection, that will have you achieving all your personal needs with little fuss.

That’s entertainment

As with most modern smartphones, Xperia Go matches a strong collection of functional features to a selection of specs that are tilted far more towards the entertainment medium. A 5-megapixel rear-mounted camera lines up alongside an integrated LED flash and autofocus features.

On the go: Matching brawn with beauty, the Xperia Go is a good choice

On the go: Matching brawn with beauty, the Xperia Go is a good choice

Although there is no secondary forward-facing snapper, Sony has expanded the possibilities of its rear-mounted camera, adding 30 frames per second 720p HD video recording capabilities.

Although not the most specs impressive handset, the Xperia Go pushes the boundaries of its sub-market with largely pleasing results. It’s not going to set the smartphone world alight but, for anyone looking for a handset that is both beautiful on the eye and able to stand up to whatever you can throw at it, there is no better option than the Sony Xperia Go. And, at less than $300, it’s also a smartphone that represents great value.

Pros

·         Rugged

·         Good-looking

·         Great value

Cons

·         Rear camera only

·         Ageing Gingerbread

Dimensions

·         Height: 111mm

·         Width: 60.3mm

·         Depth: 9.8mm

·         Screen size: 3.5-inch

·         Weight: 110g

Specification

·         Supplier: www.sonymobile.com

·         OS: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)

·         Processor: NovaThor U8500 1GHz

·         RAM: 512MB

·         Storage: 8GB

·         Expansion: microSD

·         Rear camera: 5MP

·         Front camera: No

·         Screen type: TFT Reality Display

·         Screen resolution: 480x320

 

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