Excerpt: This my first Xperia phone. L didn't disappoint me. The designs far more premium than S3mini or Samsung Ace2. I like the silver line that round the phone. But face lag when i must swtching apps, especially when switch from big apps to big apps. Sometimes need restart to refresh the phone.
Summary: This is a great phone, I used to own an Iphone and was pleasantly surprised. It is user friendly, not much need for the Instruction manual as it really is very easy to use. I love that most of the apps for Android are free, and the screen for this phone is larger than the Iphone, it takes great pics, and overall I have to say that I dropped it at least 4 times and it barely did any damage.
Summary: I liked the looks and general performance, easy to download applications and fast processor. I have had problems when connected to the car via bluetooth, sometimes the phone doesn't respond to the buttons on the wheel. It never happened with my previous phone (Sony Ericsson Vivaz). I'd recommend it for excellent price - product relation.
Not the trendiest, fastest, or biggest, but I am liking it...
Noth Carolina "tdw_nc", Amazon
28 August 2013
Summary: Not sure how much of this is the new version of Android and how much it is Sony's software, but this thing will last for a day and a half, seems pretty quick and makes for an overall a more enjoyable, usable phone than my 2 year old Samsung Droid Charge. Is it LTE? Nope, but the 8 or 9 gigs down I am getting through T-mobile is just fine for my needs. Besides, I am on wi-fi most of the time anyway. Not as big as some, but it works for me.
Excerpt: They said it has an 8 megapixel camera but the question is WHY DOES IT HAVE A VERY POOR PHOTO QUALITY? This is the most disappointing camera of a smartphone I ever had BUT, the processor is something you can be proud of because its very fast and its more likely of a high-ranged phone's processor. Sony's camera was excellent (supposed to be) but WHAT THE F*** has happenned to this device?
Summary: I recently also purchased a C5502 (Sony ZR) - which I am liking a lot. My daughter managed to kill another phone by dropping it (I'm beginning to think she does it on purpose!) 6 months into her contract. She liked my new phone, so I bought her this one - it's cheaper than the ZR, & don't want the expense if she drops it again. Just arrived 24 hours ago, and she's a happy girl again. - Facebook loads very quickly. Battery compartment a little awkward to get on an off.
Excerpt: If you want everything in a smartfone but dont want to spend more than 15K then this the only phone available right now. But this is not a midrange phone when it comes to speed and zip. Its Krait dual core and Adreno 305 combine well to beat bigger names in the industry quite a bit. Breezy display coupled with Sony's UI the looks and the build quality is a stunner.
Summary: Front camera sucks. Board burnt twice. 1. While charging. 2. While doing nothing. When I asked reason for failure at the service centre, they said 1. You should have bought Xperia Z.(You laugh, having bought this thing, I should not). Some how, they replaced board. 2. (I mean second time at the service centre) Phone dead again within a week. The reason this time? Frankly, they don't know....