Xperia Play

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Xperia Play


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Sony Ericsson








The Sony Ericsson Xpedia Play is a 1 gHz, handheld-game-console smartphone running Android 3.2 and featuring 1 GB of storage (expandable up to 32 GB), a 5.1 megapixel camera with video capture, and support for WiFi, USB, GPS, and Bluetooth; as well as the ability to play PlayStation Suite games.



Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)




Adreno 205




480 x 854 FWVGA


1XRTT, EVDO rev A (3G)




Features Chipset QSD8655-0 (Snapdragon, 1 Ghz)
  GPU Adreno 205
  Size 119 x 62 x 16mm
  Weight 175g
  Operating System Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
  Mode 1XRTT, EVDO rev A (3G)
  Main Display Type(s) & Resolution 4.0” FWVGA (480x854), 16+M color, Capacitive multi touch
  Memory (FLASH/RAM) 1GB/512 MB
  Camera Type CMOS, Rear 5MP Auto Focus, Flash, Front VGA Fixed Focus
Gaming Features OpenGL ES 1.0 & 2.0 Compliant  
  ETC - OpenGL ES 2.0 standard format – No alpha  
  DXT1,3,5 – Standard formats for game development  
  Uncompressed 16 and 32 –bit textures with and without alpha  
  HW rotation block or similar low impact solution for display rotation  
  Shader instruction performance above ~900M i/s  
  Pixel fill rate above 200M pixels/s  
  Android API Level 9  
General Removable Memory Type/Size Micro SD / 8GB
  Speaker Type Stereo
  Form Factor Slider (Game-pad)
  Data Micro USB 2.0 High Speed
  Wi-FI Integrated (Broadcom BCM4329), 802.11 b/g/n
  Other Bluetooth, Video recording, Accelerometer, Compass, front side Android Keys
  Messaging MO/MT SMS & MMS, Email
  HTML Browser Android WebKit
  MIP/DMU Yes/Yes
  Audio Formats Supported MP3, HE-AACv2, AMR-NB/WB, PCM/WAVE
  Image(Graphic) Formats Supported JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP
  Video Formats Supported H.263, H.264 AVC, MPEG4 –SP
  Languages US English, Spanish
  Battery Type Li-Poly (1500mAh), replaceable
  Digital Usage 240 min talk time
  Digital Standby 350 h
  Memory Type 1GB/512MB NAND/DDR2
  User_Memory NAND Flash + Micro SD Card
  User Memory Size 302MB
  Code Base 141MB (NAND), 201MB (RAM)
  Out of Box Memory 1GB (NAND) + 8GB (SD Card) – 141MB (Code base) = 9075MB
  Dedicated Flash Memory 481.5MB (NAND) + 8GB (SD Card). All files except DRM protected contents
  MP3 Ringtones (supported via SW)  Yes
  MMS Ringtone Support Yes
  MP3 Player Yes
  TTY/TDD capable Yes
  Speakerphone Button Yes, Touch UI Dialer
  Predictive Text Yes
  HAC Yes, M3
   T-coils Yes, T3
  Cameras 2, Front and Rear
  Camera Sensor CMOS (Sony ISX006)
  Camera Resolution 5 Mpixels
  Camera Flash Yes
  Secondary Camera (Front Facing) OmniVision OVM7692 (VGA)
  Data Connectivity Yes, Open, USB Tethering from Google
  Power Connector Micro USB
  Headset Jack 4 pole, 3.5mm, OMTP
  TTS(Text to Speech – reading text messages) Yes
  Voice Tags (aka Voice Name Dialing) Yes, Speaker Independent
  Voice Digit Dialing Yes, (Voice Dialer), Speaker independent
  Voice Commands Yes, Speaker Independent
  Voice Commands Scope Full Support (Voice Dialer)
  VAD Provider Yes, from Google
  VAD Version 2.3.2
  Voice Commands BT, Headset and Device
  Receive Diversity Yes (1900 only)
  Simultaneous GPS Yes
  Hard Reset Button No (removable battery)
  Hard Reset Key Sequence Yes, (Master reset)
Display Features Display Resolution 480 x 854 pixels
  Display Active Screen area Diagonal 4.00”
  Display colors supported 16M
  Display Type LCD
  Display Active screen area 1.97” x 3.51” (50.04mm x 89.03mm)
  Display Pixel Shape square
  Display Pixel Size 0.1045mm x 0.1045mm (RGB)
  Display Pixel Pitch 10um
  Touch Display Type Capacitive multi-touch
  Touch Display Orientation Both
Bluetooth Features Bluetooth Details Identify BT solution being used along with HW.
  BT Core Version BT 2.1, EDR
  BT Chip Broadcom BCM4329
  BT Profiles Supported  
  HSP = Head Set Profile (Mono Headset) Yes, 1.1
  HFP = Hands-Free Profile Yes, 1.5
  SPP = Serial Port Profile (AT Commands) Yes, 1.1
  DUN = Dial Up Networking No
  A2DP = Advanced Audio Distribution Profile Yes, 1.2
  AVRCP = Audio/Visual Remote Control Profile Yes, 1.0
  OBEX = Object Exchange Profiles  
  OPP = Object Push Profile Yes, 1.1
  Identify VCard version supported vCard 2.1
  Identify additional items supported Image, video, audio, text/plain, text/html.
  FTP = File Transfer Profile No
  SYNC = Synchronization Profile No
  BIP = Basic Imaging Profile No
  BPP = Basic Printing Profile No
  PBAP = Phone Book Access Profile Yes, 1.0
  GAVDP = Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile Yes, 1.0
  AVDTP = Audio/Visual Distribution Profile Yes, 1.2
  AVCTP = Audio/Visual Control Transport Protocol Profile Yes, 1.3
  HID = Human Interface Device No
  VDP = Video Distribution Profile No
  HDP = Health Device Profile  No
  PAN = Personal Area Network Profile No