Sony Ericsson Unveils The Xperia Ray To The US

Yesterday, we received an email from Sony Ericsson giving us the heads up that they have released their Xperia Ray Android device in the United States as an unlocked device. It is currently available for around $424.99 from and features a myriad of cool features.

Those features include Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread), front facing camera (VGA), 3.3-inch display (854×480), 512MB RAM, included 4GB microSD card, 1GHz single core processor, and 8.1 Megapixel rear camera. According to Sony Ericcson’s PR representative “the camera on this device sets a new standard for low light photos and videos.”


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

Sony’s award-winning mobile imaging technology and rear-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 and other online retailers.[/spoiler]

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Solomon Massele
Solomon is our Senior Managing Editor here at TekGoblin and he is also a columnist for Best Buy Mobile Magazine. He has been a technology enthusiast for years and currently contributes to companies such as TekGoblin, Best Buy Mobile Magazine, and others in the past such as SPJ Reviews. You can keep up with his updates on Twitter at @iceman7679 and his visual tech related reviews on YouTube at He loves everything tech, and talking about it!