An image of the Xperia Ray running Gingerbread
|Manufacturer||Beijing SE PUTIAN Mobile Comm. Co., Ltd.|
|Successor||Sony Xperia U
Sony Xperia SX (Japan)
|Dimensions||111.0 mm (4.37 in) H
53.0 mm (2.09 in) W
9.4 mm (0.37 in) D
|Weight||100 g (3.5 oz)|
Unofficially upgradeable to:
|CPU||Qualcomm MSM 8255 1 GHz Scorpion (Snapdragon)|
|Storage||1 GB (320 MB user available)|
|Removable storage||microSD (up to 32 GB)|
|Data inputs||Multi-touch, Dual microphones, Accelerometer, A-GPS/GLONASS, Proximity, Magnetometer, Ambient light sensor, Push button|
|Display||3.3" 16,777,216 colour TFT / 854×480 pixels (FWVGA)|
|Rear camera||8-megapixel, 720p HD|
|Front camera||0.3 megapixel VGA|
|Connectivity||micro-USB, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n)|
|SAR||Head 1.07 W/kg
Body 0.95 W/kg
The Sony Ericsson Xperia ray (ST18i) is an Android smartphone from Sony Ericsson. It contains similar hardware to other 2011 Xperia phones (1 GHz MSM8255, 854×480 FWVGA screen, 8.1mp camera, etc.) in a considerably smaller package. It has an LED flash for the camera.
It comes with Android 2.3.4 but is upgradeable to Android 4 "Ice Cream Sandwich" (ICS). CyanogenMod is available.
Sony began the process of updating the ray to Android 4 "Ice Cream Sandwich" in April 2012 via their PC Companion application, instead of by an OTA (Over the air) update.
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