Conclusion: The miro available for around Rs 13,000 via online stores. No doubt, it comes with a nice design and sturdy build. However, its lacklustre performance is a deal-breaker. Therefore, if you're looking to purchase a Sony handset at this price point, it's wise to spend a grand more and pick up the Xperia go. Not only does it offers a faster processor and better camera, but also comes with a water-resistant body.
Pros: Sleek design; Sturdy build.
Cons: Touch response isn't up to the mark; Sluggish user interface; Mediocre sound quality.
Summary: The Sony Xperia Miro proves a neat mid-range handset that is hindered by its low-powered chip. The Android Ice Cream sandwich OS does not run smoothly, while surfing the net is stuttery. Look for a handset at the same price that includes a dual-core processor (the Xperia U for example).
Summary: Since their creation, Sony’s mobile phones have always made name for themselves as far is technology is concerned. Likewise, Sony Xperia Miro is the new release from the company and features some of the most updated functions and applications. An Android based handset, it is best known for its high resolution camera and social networking integration.
Excerpt: „Wurde ja auch Zeit, dass man dem mal ein Denkmal setzt“, könnte man sagen, wenn man davon ausgeht, dass Sony sein Smartphone Sony Xperia Miro nach dem deutschen Fußball-Nationalspieler Miroslav Klose benannt hat. Obwohl das eher unwahrscheinlich ist, ist das Sony Xperia Miro dennoch ein sehr interessantes Smartphone für Einsteiger.