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Malaysia MYR 1,232
Philippines PHP 13,695
Singapore SGD 390

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Reviewed on 2012-09-26
The sleek and durable Sony Xperia Go became a TechPinas Favorite this year - along with a handful of other amazing 2012 releases including Nokia 808 PureView, The New iPad (my #NewTattooiPad), and Sony VAIO T ultrabook - on the merit of its stellar specif...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-03
One of the latest additions to the NXT lineup, the Sony Xperia Go is set to succeed the rugged Xperia Active which was released last year. Will this phone live up to the standards that it's older brother has set? Check it out on our full review after the...  Sound quality is lacking,   So so battery life
One of the latest additions to the NXT lineup, the Sony Xperia Go is set to succeed the rugged Xperia Active which was released last year. Will this phone live up to the standards that it's older brother has set? Check it out on our full review after the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-30
The latest smartphones on the market are delicate objects: just ask anyone who has ever smashed the screen of an iPhone , for example. If you live an active lifestyle and need a phone that can take a bit of punishment, the Sony Xperia go may be perfect fo...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-14
Some rugged features for outdoor use, Small and light, Poor screenAverage camera, Short on internal storage, Expensive
As Motorola and Samsung have both proved, with the Defy range and Xcover Extreme handsets respectively, you don't have to wrap a handset in a bulky chassis for it to be classed as 'rugged'. Sony is also involved in this caper, with the slim Xperia Go layi...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-10
Sony announced the Xperia go back in May, that went on sale in India in July. The Xperia go is a durable Smartphone which is dust and water proof. It was running on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) at the launch, but it received the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sa...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-10
Not everyone needs the latest and greatest, high-end big screen smartphone. Some people want something that'll handle their active lifestyle, including exercise out there in the elements. Is water, dust and dirt a problem? This may be the handset f...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-07
Water and dust resistant, Decent performanceAndroid 2.3 out of the box, Lowres screen
You're a traveller. You go on adventures, daringly hiking up hills and leaping over creeks. You get dust and rain swept upon you on a regular basis. It's only natural for you and your gear to be rugged, but what about your smartphone? Can it take the brun...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-05
Dust proof, water resistant IP67, Small, portable, suits active lifestyle, Good battery lifeUSB and headphone jack flaps are hard to open, 320×480 res screen, Rear of the phone feels ‘rough', No front camera
The Sony Xperia Go is the active, tough and “rugged” member of the Xperia family. It features similar styling and features to Sony's other Xperia devices , but has the added benefit of being dust- and water-resistant. For people who require such a device,...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-29
I'll admit that when Sony announced the Xperia go at IFA this year, I was excited. Sony promised me an indestructible device with a device that would also be cheap and cheerful. This wasn't the case, readers. This wasn't what we were promised.The Xperia g...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-19
Excellent design for a rugged phone, Zippy performance, Some handy apps installed,Small display, Average battery life, No front-facing camera,
Most phones are for most people. Identifying yourself with a new handset is rather hard to do, which is also the reason why bedazzled Hello Kitty iPhone cases sell so well. The Xperia Go is a different beast. Sony has a very specific user in mind; som...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-16
As smartphone displays start to grow, it's refreshing to see such a stylish compact model. The Xperia Go measures 111mm tall, 60mm wide and just under 10mm thick, and weighs 110 grams – perfect for the palm of your hand.The tactile black model features a...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-12
Good sound quality, Fast processor, Solid performance, Good camera, Great build quality, Stunning design, Broad media capabilitiesNeeds ICS update, No arm case and wrist strap in the bundle, No auto spacing in gesture control, Screen resolution a bit low by today's standards, No secondary camera, no video calls, No DivX/XviD video support, No ANTsupport for connection to sports peri...
Sony is doing commendable business in the market with its launching of new sophisticated handsets. Lately, Sony has developed a new handset called Xperia Go . The main USP of this handset is that it is a dust and water proof device. Absolutely elegant in ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-11
Waterand dustproof, Sturdy build, Sleek design, Impressive sound quality, Smooth UI.Weak earpiece, no frontfacing camera
Sony Xperia go MRP: Rs 20,000 (Store Locator) Street price (As On 11-Oct-2012): Rs 17,800 ( Infibeam.com ); Rs 18,500 ( BuyThePrice.com ; Flipkart.com ) No matter how careful we are with our smartphones, accidents do happen. One fall or a single water spl...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-06
It's a nice slim and slick smartphone which is dust and water proof, and yes you can completely submerge it in the water.BODYThe camera can also record videos at 720p which is decent enough and the recording is pretty smooth including audio.The device can...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-05
Water and dust resistant, Good build quality, Camera works underwaterCramped screen, Outdated Android software, No front-facing camera
The latest smartphones on the market are delicate objects. Just ask anyone who has ever smashed the screen of an iPhone. If you live an active lifestyle and need a phone that can take a bit of punishment, the Sony Xperia go's dust and water resistant c...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-27
Small, lightweight, IP67certified (waterproof & dustproof), Good sound quality, Takes decent photos for this price rangeScreen resolution, Android Gingerbread: How long until the ICS update?, White body sensitive to marks and smudges
The Sony Xperia Go is IP67-certified, which means it's waterproof and dustproof. Designed for consumers looking for an all-terrain Android phone of non-outlandish proportions (the screen is 3.5"), the watertight...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-22
An active lifestyle demands a certain type of smartphone. At least, that's what the product designers at Sony seem to think. Last year brought the Xperia Active, and now the Xperia Go has seen the light of day. Both of these phones are aimed at active p...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-29
Tough smartphones have a hard time of things. Despite their waterproof, dust-resistant designs they seldom prove mass market hits, as they can tend to be ugly, bulky and overpriced devices.Recently we€re seeing things change, though. Motorola€s original D...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-27
On first glance, the Sony Xperia go looks like a lightweight, compact Android mid-ranger like the Xperia U we've already seen. Look again and you'll notice this good-looking little smartphone is submerged in water and you're still pawing through apps and ...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-27
IP67 certifieddust and waterproof, Dual core 1GHz processor, 3G and WiFi connectivityOlder version of Android, No secondary camera, No detachable battery
It seems to be raining Xperia handsets of just about every size and configuration these days as Sony goes into overdrive to revive its mobile fortunes. The latest is the all terrain Xperia Go, but with all the previous rugged phones giving blink and miss ...
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