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Published on Dec 24, 2011
Unboxing the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo. Android 2.3.4 1GHz CPU 512MB RAM 480x846 Display 8 Megapixel Exmor Camera (and VGA front-facing camera) 8GB microSD HDMI out
#NEWS: Android 4.0 update slated for release in April/May!
So far I'm very pleased with the phone. I will return later a bit more in-depth.
Update Week #1: The phone has been working very well. Never crashed or frozen so far. The battery life is anywhere between 1 day (non-stop heavy use) to 3 days (light use), which I consider OK. It's very smooth and responsive, good sound in the slightly plastic-y earphones, very nice screen, alright camera (although heavy noise-reduction and sharpening), and an all-around pleasant experience. So far I'm very pleased. I can absolutely recommend it.
Update Month #1: Very pleased. Battery generally lasts about 3 days, 2 at minimum. Android is Android, though, so some instability can be expected, but I've never rebooted the phone (currently 766h up time). Only thing that I can complain over is that my "thumb-fat" accidentally touches the screen sometimes, often resulting in an unintentional button-press.