Sony Xperia M Review

Sony has finally officially unveiled its new model that has been speculated about for some time, a mid-range model called the Sony Xperia M. The Sony Xperia M has been officially unveiled with a 4.0 inch TFT display with FWVGA resolution, the driver of this model will be Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus chipset, while Sony opted for a dual-core Krait 1GHz processor. The Adreno 305 graphics chip will be in charge of the graphics, and the Xperia M will have 1GB of RAM, which is more than solid for a mid-range device.

The Sony Xperia M will quite deserve a lot of sympathy when it comes to looks!
Other, now confirmed technical features of this model include a 5MP camera (we secretly hoped for an 8MP camera). The Sony Xperia M has also been officially introduced with a 0.3MP auxiliary camera for video calls, and the internal memory of this 4Gb model will be able to be further expanded with a Micro SD card up to a maximum of 32GB! According to the available pictures, the Xperia M boasts an excellent design performance, and as far as the quality of workmanship is concerned, we will have to be patient for a while to confirm it!

In our opinion, Sony “failed” a bit when it comes to camera pixelation, but it made up for this shortcoming with connections. Namely, this model will have an NFC connection that has been reserved for more exclusive models so far, and the Xperia M presents itself as a device with “magical one touch functions” thanks to NFC and applications for easy data sharing. Other supported connection types are dual-band Wi-Fi, 3G with HSPA, Bluetooth 4.0, and FM radio.

1GHz a processor, 1 GB RAM, and Android Jelly Bean in the Xperia M
A pleasant surprise is the operating system! The Sony Xperia M has been officially unveiled with the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, which only a few models of this class can boast. According to the announcements, the Xperia M will be available in black, white, lilac and Lime (green). This model will also be available in the dual SIM version, which will have identical technical characteristics as the basic version of the Xperia M model, but with the addition of an additional SIM card slot and the lack of Lime (green) color in the dual version!

Sony Xperia M colors available
When we summarize this article, we come to the conclusion that soon in the constellation of Sony’s middle-class models we will have the opportunity to include a new phone that should bring refreshment to this group, called Xperia Miro! We must express great satisfaction with the considerable completeness of this model, but also a little dissatisfaction with the “snag” on the camera. I eagerly wait for this model to “fall into our hands” and do a video review of this model, so that we can get a little closer to this model!

Share this post