Sony Xperia M
Itís a looker compact and stylish.
Above average performance for its class.
1GB of RAM.
Good 1750mAh battery.
Available in four colors.
Comparatively strong GPU.
Multicolored message LED.
Average display dim and with poor viewing angles.
Only 2GB of user available storage.
Disappointing call quality.
By itproportal.com on February 17, 2014
This handset is clearly a budget effort, and while it does have a few pleasing features there's not enough of the good stuff present to warrant any kind of strong recommendation. Like every other maker sniffing around the £150 to £200...60
By TechRadar on January 16, 2014
The Sony Xperia M props up the budget end of the Japense firm's smartphone range with a compact design, low price point and a smattering of mediocre features. You can pick up the Xperia M now for around £175, $200 (around AU$230) SIM-free, or...-
By tbreak.ae on October 28, 2013
The Xperia M is a fuss-free Android phone, and while it lacks much of the glamor of Sony's other phones, it's still a svelte little number that's got a recognizable look and feel. Unfortunately it's let down a bit by the poor screen...78
By Trusted Reviews on October 16, 2013
What is the Sony Xperia M? Working its way through the alphabet, the Sony Xperia M is a 4-inch screen Android smartphone that's certainly no Xperia Z1 or Japan-bound Xperia Z1f . You don't get the 20.7-megapixel camera or HD screen of those...80
By Phone Arena on September 11, 2013
The Sony Xperia M is a phone with good looks, streamlined user interface that we actually like, and a powerful chip for its class. Not a bad combination, is it? It has its downsides - we wish the screen was a bit better, but our biggest complaint...-
By NotebookCheck on September 10, 2013
In Review: Sony Xperia M. Courtesy of Sony Germany Sony's 4-inch Samurai proved to be a little hot-head that fits in every pocket due to its compact size in the test. We particularly liked the quality build and the strong graphics unit considering...85
By GSMArena on August 29, 2013
Sony has had some very strong contenders at the entry level: the Xperia U was the cheapest dual-core you can get for a long time and the M is its spiritual successor. Most phones in this price range have Cortex-A5/A7 chipsets and can't shoot 720p...-
By PC Advisor on June 14, 2013
Sony is clearly aiming to have an Android phone at every price point and its latest effort is the Xperia M. This is a budget-conscious smartphone that's likely to have a very competitive price tag when it officially hits the shelves in the coming...-
By Mobil.nu on February 03, 2014
Når mobiler ligger nede i prisklassen fra 1.500 kroner og ned, plejer de at give en ujævn og til tider direkte plagsom oplevelse. Blandt de ting, man sparer på for at få prisen ned, er kameraet, hukommelsen, processoren og...-
By planetared.com on January 31, 2014
Sony ha intentado a crear smartphones que se encuentren en el límite de entre los más cotizados por los usuarios durante el año 2013, es por eso que lanzó en aquel entonces dos teléfonos de alto rendimiento como serían el...-