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Sony Xperia M review
1 May 2014
Excerpt: The Xperia M takes its design cues from Sony’s upper tier Xperia Z devices while attempting to keep costs down to cater for buyers on a budget. The Xperia M is surprisingly well built and disguises its cheapness with a soft, slightly rubberised shell which wraps around the device, giving the illusion of a unibody chassis.
Summary: We can't see why you'd choose the Xperia M over its rivals
Pros: Affordable & lightweight, Dedicated camera button, Expandable storage, Loud speaker, It's oddly refreshing to have an 'iPhone-sized' 4-inch smartphone running the Android OS, and the Sony Xperia M is a lot lighter and more compact than most of its peers. The Xperia M is a solidly built phone with a well though-out set of physical controls - including an all-too-rare camera shutter button. There's also no denying that the Xperia M is extremely affordable, making it the...
Cons: Cramped screen & keyboard, Old Jelly Bean OS, Mediocre camera, Very low internal storage, The Sony Xperia M would probably have felt like reasonably good value had it been launched at the end of 2012, though even back then its specs would have been underwhelming. With the staggeringly good value Moto G now on the scene, low-end smartphone standards have been raised to an extremely high level, and the Xperia M just cannot compete. Regardless of this, the Xperia M's com...
Excerpt: Til en pris på under 2.000 kr er Sony Xperia M bestemt en konkurrencedygtig mid-range (mellemklasse) mobiltelefon. Telefonen kan erhverves i fire forskellige farver, de klassiske sort og hvid samt de lidt mere opsigtsvækkende gul og lilla. Med en vægt på blot 115 gram er det en af de lettere smartphones og den måler 124 x 62 x 9,3mm.