Excerpt: its so nice phone for normal usage i like it you can easy love this phone for its lovely design and good quality and suitable price it can run application good but not heavy one for normal use its really very good
Pros: It is a sony!, very good audio, amazing battery, very good build, good quality in all
Cons: better with more ram, single processor, lags from time to time but what phone doesnt
Excerpt: toooooo bad cam not bad texting very good battery too low RAM good screen I bought this phone cause I only love sony and hate samsung and this was the only one for this price in sony its an entry mid-range phone don't buy it and go for huawei G610s or alcatel Snap DON'T BUY THIS PHONE
Pros: battery, "Sony Brand", Design, Good screen, good software
Excerpt: Briallant phone excellent internet best phone ive seen for this price thought about galaxy ace 2 but this phone is way better.Best phone could hope for absolute class camera.Exellennt design and no lag really fast internet
Excerpt: Yes, this phone is a Budget phone as it is indeed cheap. But trust me, instead of buying this phone, just forget it and keep stacking your money for a better model. Here are some of the reasons: 1) SLOW Even a snail could win a race against it! For the first two months of usage, i thought this phone was sent by angels - I mean, it's so cheap and working very smoothly. I'VE NEVER BEEN SO WRONG. Third month - everything changed.
Pros: very cheap, slim and quite light, trendy design, good display(for a cheap phone), good music especially using handsfree
Cons: laggy and slow UI, unprecise and laggy keyboard, terrible camera quality, battery issues, unable to play HD stuff, Gaming is a taboo, LED notification light is too small
Excerpt: I got the samsung ace II and found it clumsy to hold; the touch screen was too sensitive; and worst of all the battery life sucked BIG time. So I exchanged it for the Sony J. This phone is comfortable to hold; battery is excellent; screen is clear and very easy to use. I love this phone.
Excerpt: good phone with a lot to be desired but good has a lot of potential If you weren't particular impressed by the Sony Xperia Tipo or Sony Xperia Miro phones, and have a bit more cash to spend on your mobile, then the company is hoping to tempt you in with the Sony Xperia J instead. This mid-range Android handset carries over the curved back from the old Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc models and adds it to updated innards.
Excerpt: I've had trouble with this phone for months, and I would not recommend it to anyone else. In the start, December 2012 - January 2013, I didn't have a single issue, but after then, a lot things've happened; the lock button has become so sticky it's almost impossible to unlock the phone, the phone is laggy, has too little space+ram and the phone has way to many bugs. I've experienced multiple restarts - with +60% battery - even when just receiving a call!
Pros: Reception (w/o FM Radio), The look., Software-look.
Cons: Tendency to get sticky lock-button., Software bugs., Too little memory/RAM., Random shutdowns/restarts., Slowness.