Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia miro / ST23i
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Sound quality 9
Battery performance 4
Build quality 10
very worst phone till i have used....
viditgarg, Phone Arena
6 December 2013
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. I have used a Galaxy Ace and found it lacking some stuff I really wanted (Front facing camera, decent rear camera and onboard storage)and I realized then that I don't like TouchWiz UI so Samsung is out of the question.
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 of different features such as apps and tools.
Pros: Lots of cool features, great interface !
Cons: Does have some lag and freeze - ups at times .
Summary: Had this for six months now, so feel qualified to rate it. It's good to look at and has adequate battery life for my needs,mainly receiving email and some texts. The notification of emails and texts is very good. The Walkman music function is adequate and bullt in speaker makes a noise resembling music. Camera is remarkably competent in good lighting. I don't have loads of apps running on it intentionally .
Summary: Battery life is good (but I don't use Internet too often) Really lightweight Does a great job if you're looking for a phone with basic functions. I'm used to iPhone & Windows so took a while to get the knack of slightly different locations for keyboard function My only real gripe is how sensitive the screen is during calls. Ive cut off loads of people mid-conversation when my cheek has slightly touched the screen.
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.
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. An internal 4 GB Memory. Can take both Mini sim and Normal sim. Can connect to 3G network when in an area it is available. Operates on Androis OS. Upto 5hrs talktime.
Pros: Light, Clear Screen, Easy to Use, Good value for money