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: 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: Ok the phone is not too bad, but is not too good. The processor and RAM nowadays is outdated. This specs are for 2010 flagship phone, not for 2013 mid-ranger. The display is very good, but the lack of light sensor is very uncomfortable when viewing in direct sun light. The camera is good for 5MP, but the video capture had to be 720p. The battery is decent and the call quality is very good.
Pros: Cool design like the Xperia T(L), The speaker is excellent, The camera is good for 5MP, The 1750mAh battery is good, UI is very beautiful, Jelly Bean, Call quality is good, 4GB internal storage, microSDHC card up to 32GB
Cons: 1GHz A5 processor is now outdated, 512MB RAM is too little, 480p recording is now old fashion, Not good for gaming, 480p video playback
Excerpt: Xperia J that I purchased came with a hardware issue in the head set. Call voice was not clear and it was difficult to continue a call. Voice over the phone was vibrating. So even it is phone, it was impossible to make calls. I used it only for two days. However this issue was there from the day one. It is disappointing to know that a company like Sony can’t detect this type of basic hardware failures before sending them to the market. I bought this with a warranty.
Pros: Good image qulaity and resolution, Battery life not satisfactory
Cons: Call voice is too low, Power button is too small, difficult to acess
Excerpt: The xperia J might not be the processor powerhouse which is expected from most mid priced droids today. It might lag a lot..but doesnt affect the android experience HOWEVER and a BIG HOWEVER...it does set out to do exactly what sony expected it to do..and that is to cater to a large but diminishing audience whom multimedia playback dispay and battery is of crucial importance. The audio is clear well balanced..the video is simply mindblowing.
Pros: Stunning Design, Great Build, Awesome Screen, Mindblowing Audio and VIdeo playbacks, Great web browsing
Summary: We choose this to replace my daughters Sony Xperia SP that got ruined when a bottle of water leaked in her bag, although not having all the bells and whistles and a somewhat cheaper feel as it has not the metal her xperia SP had, for the money it works well and if it got broken or lost it would not be the end of the world and we would buy another to replace it.
Summary: This Android phone is very good value for the money. An Xperia M will give you a much bigger memory but that's about it, I think. It isn't waterproof. I bought this because my first one had an unfortunate accident, waterwise. It's a camera, stores music, apps, has slide finger messaging. The ringtone could be louder. In a case in my bag I can't hear it.