Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia miro / ST23i
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18 October 2012
Excerpt: The Sony Xperia Miro. It's like a Tipo, only a little more premium, a little more shiny and a little more imposing. Coming in with a larger 3.5-inch display, the Miro still delivers the same 800MHz processor, Android 4.0 and Sony UI, only this time comes complete with 5-megapixel camera, quirky...
Pros: Quirky design, Good camera, Android 4.0, 2GB onboard storage
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...
Pros: Sleek design; Sturdy build.
Cons: Touch response isn't up to the mark; Sluggish user interface; Mediocre sound quality.
Summary: Sony's second budget handset in as many months - does it do enough to stand out?
Pros: Long battery life, Great music player, Great for calls and messaging, Strong connectivity options, The Sony Xperia Miro handles media and especially music really well. It has a comprehensive player, full of options for sorting and sharing your music. Plus there's the ability to tweak the way it s...
Cons: Poor screen, Terrible video recording, Sluggish performance, Cheap build, Little storage, The screen on the Sony Xperia Miro is a huge let down. It's low resolution, and even worse it feels resistive and sluggish to the touch. This is a real disappointment given that the lower-end Sony Xperia Tip...
Summary: Look and feel The Sony Xperia Miro’s slightly chunky, compact design feels great in the hand. The rubbery soft rear is resistant to scuffing while the customisable glowing strip beneath the screen is a snazzy feature.
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).