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 The processor and RAM nowadays is outdated.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.
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.
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.
Summary: This is a great case for the money that you pay for it. It arrived literally two days after I bought it, was blown away by how fast it came. I still use it every day for taking my phone to school. The only complaint I have is that it doesn't really give a whole lot of fall protection.
Summary: This was my 4th Sony mobile and seems to do the job.Multitasking should be kept to a minimum, hence closing unused apps regularly or install clean master( i think it\s normal for mobile phones with 512mb ram). Proximity sensor too sensitive , took some time to get used to it. Overall i would suggest this phone.
Summary: I had the phone for about a month and as cheap as it is. It's a pretty good phone, it can become a bit laggy at moments but honeslty, this is my first phone ever and i cant complain. The front screen camera is pretty bad, you cant put any snapchat videos on the front screen and the back screen video camera is ok. As for the style and all that. It's nice, i like the notification light, it makes it easier to know if something happened.