The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray coming to Vodafone. The operator dyed red is the last UK network to confirm that it will sell the smart phone with Android, through a page "coming soon" on its website.
The details of the actual release date are still scarce, with Vodafone's registration page, simply saying that the phone will be landing "soon." It was reported in June that included Ray in The Carphone Warehouse, with a statement of August, so it will not have to wait long.
It seems that Vodafone is planted black and gold version of the rays as well. We are fans of the more colorful mobile, but if you fancy trying to convince your friends that you have extremely shortsighted phone real gold, this is the way to go.
Consumers are pretty excited about the Lightning, which resembles a smaller version of the superb Xperia Arc, with a 3.3-inch touch screen 9.4 mm thick and measuring just - almost as thin as the iPhone 4 (which is through 9.3 mm).
Despite its slim size, there inside a 1GHz processor, this powers the operating system Android 2.3 Gingerbread. An 8.1 megapixel camera is comes to the back of Ray, and fed by the same sensor Exmor CMOS R is at the Xperia Arc. It was hurt especially with the screen of the Arc, so hopefully some of that magic rubs off the Lightning.
Because it is a little smaller, users would be disappointed if the Xperia Ray was not cheaper than Arco. Also users will love to see a very decent mid-range Sony Ericsson Android smart phone.