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Handset design isn't always Sony Ericsson's strong point, with tiny or awkward buttons sometimes the bête noire of its phones. The numberpad buttons are large, individually shaped and very easy to hit at speed.
Fast texting is no problem, and I was comfortable with the number pad from the outset.
To its left and right, the Call and End keys, softmenu keys, Cancel and Sony Ericsson Activity menu key are all the same size but have slightly different shaping which again assists ease-of-use. The screen's 240 x 320 pixels and 262,000 colours are pretty much par for the course and as I've come to expect from Sony Ericsson the screen is bright and pin-sharp.
It does, though, look a little lost most of the time.
A new, unused item with absolutely no signs of wear.
The item may be missing its original packaging, or the original packaging has been opened or is no longer sealed.
The slider features a D-pad in an indented area on the left side, a set of standard Play Station buttons (, , and ) in an indented area on the right, a long rectangular touchpad in the middle, Start and Select buttons in an indented area on the bottom right corner, a Menu button on the bottom left corner, and two shoulder buttons (L and R) on the back of the device.The Xperia Play is a smartphone with elements of a handheld game console produced by Sony Ericsson.With the marketshare for dedicated handheld game consoles diminishing into the 2010s due to the rapid expansion of mobile phones with cheap downloadable games, Sony attempted to tackle the issue with two separate devices; a dedicated video game console with elements of a smartphone, called the Play Station Vita, and a smartphone with elements of a handheld console, the Xperia Play.Sony Ericsson's flagship Cyber-Shot phone is looking rather dated now, but it's still a good camera phone with a 5 megapixel camera with face-detection autofocus, LED flash, and easy to use camera controls.The C902 was the first in the "C" for Cyber-Shot™ range of phones.