Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia miro / ST23i
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i've enjoyed many Sony products over the years and i felt ...
allen oka, Amazon
27 July 2014
Summary: i bought this phone with the intent to finally own a smartphone. i didn't want an apple phone and i didn't want to spend too much money on higher-end phones. i was simply looking for a phone that could use all of the Android apps, had expandable storage, had a decent camera, and had a minimalistic...
Excerpt: i jst buy this phone on jan....but at the end of may.....it creates problem 4 me.....like hanging problem , touch problem, slow working...etc......i have gave so many times to service center i.e. 8 times....but the problem was not solved......at last i have through this phone into dustbin...
Pros: touch screen, call quality, kool look
Cons: slow processing, camera problem, battery life tooooo small
My first Android... So far so good. Now the screen will not turn on
R. Henry, Amazon
11 January 2013
Summary: Well, as a long time die hard Nokia fan (Currently own a Nokia N8)I was looking for a pone that would me to experience Android but did not want an expensive (flagship) pone but neither wanted a Low end one. This pone fits that description.
Excerpt: I have to say that this phone is great for new users and people who don't necessarily know their way around a touch screen! I personally use touch screen phones all the time, and now I have an iPhone - however when I did have this phone I was impressed by the overall look and feel - plus the amount...
Pros: Lots of cool features, great interface !
Cons: Does have some lag and freeze - ups at times .
Excerpt: After having owned an andoid phone before i decided it would be best to go for a new one with the same operating system. i bought the Sony Experia Miro as it looked and felt a nice size and weight. The phone itself includes. A 5MP Camera with full video camera and inbuilt flash.
Pros: Light, Clear Screen, Easy to Use, Good value for money
Excerpt: I purchased this phone in January of this year and I have been very pleased with it's performance. It is a slim stylish phone and available in both black and white. You can expect to pay between £90 and £125 for the device in most high street stores.
Summary: no radio1 it don't work on these Sony phones but other than that its a stylish,thin phone though no real rubber grip as far as I've noticed, mostly solid plastic. decent phone sill better than most for this price though I've had it for bout a week so what do I no.