Sony Ericsson, now Sony Mobile Communications, has always been in the limelight for introducing new phones. Its phones are considered to be beauty-with-brains, slick, compact, elegant, delicate, and equally powerful. It's all thanks to the Adreno GPU incorporated in most of Sony's Android phones. Sony's Symbian and Java-based handsets are also known for their photo and video quality.
An IP67 Certified rugged all-weather Android Smartphone
Design and Build
Every port is shielded by rubber flaps
Every port - the USB, micro SD, SIM card slot and the audio jack - is equipped with watertight rubber flaps to prevent dust, water, and moisture from reaching the circuitry within. This handset was IP67 certified as it is completely rugged and weatherproof. You can use it in any weather, and even underwater.
The rear features a 5MP camera with LED flash
We submerged the phone in water to test the certification
In goes the Xperia Go (in a jar of regular drinking water)
We did call the phone and it works......
Moving ahead, we did find a very tiny flaw in the handset. The rear panel does not clamp back very snugly to the frame. After opening the rear panel, you have to nudge a little around all the areas that clamp to the frame. Once you hear a faint click, you are assured that the panel has rested in place. But this can be ignored altogether as no one would actually open the rear panel very often.
Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 10:52 am IST
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