Sony Xperia Miro is the second budget handset from Sony. It is a surprise to see Sony releasing two handsets that differ from each other with minor spec boosts. What makes it even more confusing for the buyer’s war that the two handsets were releases in close proximity. Read on to learn more about Sony Xperia miro review and what the handset has to offer you.
You find the look rectangular that is in line with the more premium handsets from Sony. With a 3.5-inch 320 x 480 display, this is quite a jump in size, coming from Sony. Weighing 110g and carrying dimensions of 113 x 59.4 x 9.9mm, the size will make you feel odd as your logic tells you that it shouldn’t be that light. You will find the home button in the centre, menu button on the right and the back button on the left.
Sony Xperia miro preserves 800MHz single core processor with 512MB RAM. It operates on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich which may not be the latest but is not too far behind.
Get a improvement in camera up to 5 megapixels and shoot VGA video at 30fps .Enjoy storage of 4GB and support for microSD cards of up to 32GB. There’s a headphone port of 3.5mm on the top side. The power button will lock the handset and wake you up. You will find the camera and another speaker on the back side.
Over all, at first look, you might not be too impressed with Sony Xperia miro. You wish Sony had done more to take care of the tiny storage. You do get a slightly bigger screen and the boost in specs comes with a price rise. The price tag of US$239.99 does place it competition with the Sony Xperia U that is styled similarly.