Summary: it is a nice cell phone, sure. but the problem is that we have to buy a special sd card because it is smaller than the ergular ones we all have, so memory and other types of actions have been undermanagement by the phone.
Summary: This was my first "real" smartphone after owning a Blackberry. It was heaps cheaper than a Samsung and being a Sony I decided to take a punt and buy it. After owning it for about a year I am not overly satisfied with it's performance, and if I had my time again I would be willing to spend more money...
Summary: This phone gives you a functioning Android phone for a pretty good price. It's got a nice bright screen, and Android 4.1.2 runs the apps I'm interested in. So far so good. It's got a pretty good form factor -- fairly thin with a medium-sized (4") screen. Not too huge, not too small.
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!
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
Summary: This phone was absolutely worth the purchase, loved the display, the desig and the response time seemed decent. The only problem i have with this phone is that I ordered it in white and after waiting for a week it comes in light pink (reason for 3 star).
Summary: Pros: 1. Very beautiful phone, striking resemblance to the Xperia T the Bond Phone. You will fall in love with it as soon as you see it. 2. 4-in display with decent ppi, matches the Retina display of ipod Touch 5. I don't really mind that but this can be important to others. 3.