Review of Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V

Posted by Admin | Saturday, January 28, 2012 | , , , | 0 comments »

Generally speaking, the best and the most popular mobile phones have always been either the most expensive ones, or the ones that strive to offer everything that the most expensive ones do – just at a lower price. Well, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V is just this – a handset that comes at a reasonable price, while it boasts with pretty good features and specs.


However, it is still early to say whether the new Xperia will be a success or a lead balloon.

The Design and Feel of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V

Even though the handset looks great, it is just a little bulky with its 126g, especially when compared to today’s extra slim and sleek Smartphone's. There are only three physical keys located just beneath the display, which is a LED Backlit display, 3.7-inch big. This handset is reported to be well-built, and also to feel good in one’s hand, thanks to the Human Curvature design Sony has incorporated. Also, the overall design seems to be quite pleasing to the eye.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V Specs

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V runs Android’s Gingerbread operating system, and has a 1GHz Scorpion processor – which means that it will be quick enough for whatever you will be doing with it, be it taking photos or streaming videos. When it comes to the memory available, the handset features 320 MB of internal memory and 512 MB of RAM memory, and a MicroSD slot for cards up to 32 GB – which is plenty of space whatever you decide to do.

When it comes to connectivity, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a micro USB port, GPS and an HDMI port. Aside from this, the 1500mAh battery will make sure you go through the day without having to reach for the charger.

Camera, Videos and Music Capabilities of the Xperia Neo V

With a 5 megapixel camera and a maximum photo resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels, it can be said that the Xperia Neo V will be loved by photo enthusiasts. The camera has face and smile detection, geo tagging and auto-focus. As far as videos are concerned, things could have been better, but the player in the handset will play MP4, 3GP and WMV video files. Music-wise, the Xperia Neo V is fantastic. The internal player is very good, and the phone will not leave you disappointed when you start using it. Another interesting feature is the Infinity button, which will let you know a lot about the sing you are listening to. Aside from this, radio reception is excellent, and the built-in FM radio also has a feature called TrackID – a tool that will recognize any song you are enjoying at the moment.

The Final Verdict on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V

All in all, the Xperia Neo V is a very good mobile phone, with a lot of great features, and it comes at a realistically affordable price. Therefore, this handset is to be given a high mark and it is recommended to all potential users.

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