Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:May 31, 2016
Release Date: Aug 24, 2013 (Official)
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A sleek and a stylish Xperia smartphone
Sony Xperia M flaunts a 4 inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels. The display is sharp and its popping colours instantly jive with your eyeballs. Moreover for protection, it is armed with a scratch resistant glass.
Processor and OS
This smartphone is powered by a Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 plus processor that clocks 1GHz with 1GB of RAM. Dual core processor accompanied by a 1GB RAM ensures a heavyweight performance from the device. Dealing with platform dependency, it sails on Android OS, v4.1 Jelly Bean. Soon it will get an Android 4.3 update, thus taking the OS experience to a next level.
Camera and Storage
This handset poses a 5.0MP rear snapper and a VGA front camera. The rear camera is an autofocus camera powered by a LED flash and features such as panorama and image stabilization. From storage point of view, this device is loaded with a 4GB internal memory which can further be amplified up to 32GB. Ample of storage option will never pose any memory constraint in the mind of a user.
Connectivity and Battery
After unveiling the high end Ultra Z smartphone, Sony is back in extending the catalogue of its Xperia devices. The recent addition includes Sony Xperia M, which undoubtedly carries a tag of a powerful performer. This sleek device is beautifully crafted and is enriched with aluminium finishing for the power button and volume rockers.
Sony Xperia M (White) (Single Sim)
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Sony Xperia M (Purple, 4 GB)
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Sony recently floored us with the supremely awesome Xperia Z1 smartphone, which you can read more about here. This week we got the Xperia M Dual for review, a smaller and less powerful cousin of the Z1. But while it may seem a little less impressive at first, the Xperia M is a decent entry-level Android phone that tries to bring most of Sonyâ€™s expertise into an affordable smartphone. The Xperia M I received was the white version, but there...
Overall User Rating (4.2 Out of 5 based on 4,035 ratings)
Overall: Peace be with you all
After much research and review scan i purchased Xperia M and i must say i m very impressed with this black beauty. this is my second android phone. First one was Galaxy Ace.
-> the interface is very fluid thanks to 1 GB RAM. i did not notice any lag what so ever.
Animations and themes are cool.
-> with dual core snapdragon processor multiprocessing is a piece of cake. open multiple apps and go crazy switching from one to another. it is much better than the cortex used in Samsung phones.
-> Display, i must say is very good. i mean my friend uses HTC One X and when we held our phones in sunlight. his display was so reflective, it became a mirror but not my xperia m.
-> user available internal space is low but you can free a lot of it by removing pre-installed apps and also you can move the sample media (videos, pictures) from internal to sd-card. it can be easily done via settings->storage.
-> camera is average in low light conditions but performs very well in good light. remember to change the resolution to 5M in camera settings.
-> after suffering from low battery of galaxy ace, xperia m is a big relief.
To sum up, this is the best budget android phone you can ever dream of. I got it for 12k from flipkart.
Alhumdullilah. i am satisfied with my Xperia.
p.s. thank you all the people who wrote an honest review which made it easy to choose this phone. and for those who have not used the phone and post negative reviews just on assumption, i am marking there post as "report abuse".
Using it for almost 6 months now. I m completely satisfied with Xperia M but there is one important thing I want the people to know who are thinking to buy this phone.
As u may know Xperia M has only 2 GB user available internal storage. That is fine but what most of us don't know is that u cannot move or install apps on sd card. Even the "app data" which can be very big in size like that of games u have to keep that on phone memory. So I would not recommend this phone for people who r into games or who install lots of apps. There is no doubt this phone runs even high end games smoothly but game size will suffocate this phone and soon it will be asking for u to free some space so that it can breathe again!
Sorry Xperia M I need to strip uvr 1 star. If u want to earn it back then Sony needs to provide us with a firmware update which enables us to move apps to sd card.