Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia miro / ST23i
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Sony Xperia miro
4 February 2013
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).
Conclusion: Sony’s Xperia Miro is a sleek little mid-range machine that unfortunately suffers because of the low-powered processor. Android Ice Cream Sandwich struggles to run smoothly and the juddery web browsing can often be frustrating, so we’d recommend checking out similarly-priced handsets like the Xperia U (rocking a dual-core processor) instead.
Excerpt: Sony Xperia Miro er en billig smartphone, der kører på den nyeste version af Googles Android-platform. Sony har før indrømmet, at de er svagt stillet af forhandlere, når de frigiver telefoner, der er baseret på et ældre stykke Android-software, som tilfældet var med Xperia P og Xperia U.