If you are looking for an affordable product from Xperia series of Sony Smartphones, then Sony Xperia M should be your top priority. The device can be own just at an expense of Rs. 9,220.
Platform and Performance:
It operates with Android 4.1/4.2 Jelly Bean platforms that can be given an upgrade of the next edition of Jelly Bean. It runs through a double core Qualcomm Snapdragon Krait CPU. There is Adreno 305 GPU available as well taking care of the gamers.
Coming to the storage, the product offers 4 GB native option that can be expanded again upto 32 GB through the SD card options along 1 GB RAM.
Display and Look:
It boasts a 4 inch TFT Capacitive touch screen display feauring an excellent resolution of Qhd 854 x 480 pixels with a very good density of 245 ppi. Coming to the designing part, the product resembles pretty much with earlier Xperia series devices. The 9.3 mm device hits shelves in four colour editions of Black, White, Purple, and Yellow.
Snappers and Players:
Coming to the snappers the product boasts a 5 MP option at the main end with autofocus and LED flash for offering excellent quality output even in faded light condition. Apart from this, there is a VGA front facing snapper available as well for selfie shoots. It supports most of the frequent playback options like MP3, MP4, WAV, WMV, etc.
This Xperia device plays through Android 184.108.40.206.2 Jelly Bean platforms and offers most of the frequent application options like image viewers, image editor, document viewer, document editor, search options, etc.
Power and Communication:
There is a Lithium Ion 1750 mAh battery available as well that offer about10 hours support and the mp3 play of 39h. Coming to the networks the device lists options like GPRS, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, NFC, USB, GPRS, and EDGE.
Sony devices have been known for their stylish and trendy look. How can this be apart! In addition, the performance is quite satisfactory as well mated with a terrific 1 GB RAM.
Coming to cons, we can only spot the native storage option that should be more looking at the standard.