Sony Xperia M2: Review N Specification

Sony is concentrating on consolidating their mid-range line-up with the release of the Xperia T2 Ultra as well as the Sony Xperia M2 Dual. Whilst the previous goals consumers who choose big-screen screens, the Sony Xperia M2 sports a much more regular smartphone form aspect and embodies the similar quality model observed in Sony’s top of the range smartphones. However is the Sony Xperia M2 one of the better mid-range handsets?

Build & Design:

Sony Xperia M2 advantages the similar modest OmniBalance design that we’ve observed in Sony’s some other Xperia handsets, such as the Z, Z1, Z1 Compact and Z Ultra. To be truthful, we’re a little tired of viewing the same design. With that said, there’s undoubted that the Sony Xperia M2 exudes a quality feel and appears much better than most handsets in the same value section.

Furthermore, unlike Sony’s top of the range handsets that sport an aluminum body, Sony Xperia M2 advantages a lightweight plastic structure (to save money) and has a glass panel at their backside. It seems much like Xperia Z1 and Z1 Compact. The handset weighs 148gram and also offers a thickness of 8.6mm.

The right side features a rounded aluminum power/screen-lock switch in direction of the midst, together with the volume rocker and camera buttons, each made from plastic. The place of the power/screen lock key makes it suitable to lock and unlock the handset however the other buttons are extremely thin and feeble for our preference. Above the power key, there’s a vinyl flap that hides the pair of micro-sim card slots.

Sony Xperia M2 Specification:

  • 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Quad Core Processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB Inbuilt Storage
  • Dual SIM
  • 4.8 Inch QHD Display
  • 8 MP Rear Camera With Auto Focus
  • 2 MP Font-Facing Camera
  • NFC
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • 2300 MAh Battery
Sony Xperia M2
Sony Xperia M2

Display Screen:

Sony Xperia M2 advantages a 4.8-inch TFT screen (540x960p, 229ppi pixel density). We hope Sony will have integrated a 720p screen however the ideal brightness stages and vivid colors neutralize the weak display resolution to the certain scope.

The screen provides good quality watching aspects and reliable sun light legibility. Text, as well as graphics, appear pleasant, although not as pointed and crispy since they do on 720p screens. The screen is usually prone to smudges and also becomes soiled conveniently.

User Interface:

Sony Xperia M2 runs with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, an old kind of the operating-system. It’s not known if the handset will find updated to Android 4.4 KitKat soon. Sony carries skinned the operating-system with its very own Xperia UI.

Camera:

Unlike top of the range Xperia handsets that characteristic huge sensors, Sony Xperia M2 includes a modest 8MP back camera that has an ‘Exmor RS for mobile’ picture sensor along with a VGA front-facing cam.

The camera includes recording 1080p video clips and does an excellent job in good quality ambient light problems.

The phone’s fore camera disappoints. In the selfie grow older, Sony Xperia M2 provides a VGA sensor that usually takes normal quality photos.

Over-all, the phone’s cam is less good as Sony’s some other Xperia handsets however is superior to several of the some other handsets in the segment.

Performance & Battery Life:

Sony Xperia M2 is supported by a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad core processor with Adreno 305 graphics processor together with 1GB RAM (Random access memory). It’s basically the similar hardware that gadgets Motorola’s Moto G.

The handset includes 8GB internal storage space out of which 5GB is offered to the user. Storing multimedia information is not a problem because the mobile phone supports microSD cards.

The handset includes a 2300mAh battery with a stated stand by time of approximately 597 hrs and talk time of approximately 14 hrs as well as 36 mins on 3G.

Verdict:

At a cost of Rs 21,990, Sony Xperia M2 might be a good idea when you’re mainly looking for a mobile phone that looks premium and results from a well-recognized, worldwide brand name. But, when looks are not really that important, we’d recommend deciding on Motorola’s Moto G or even Xolo‘s Q1100. Each the handsets provide much better screens and also practically the identical (or even moderately much better) overall performance.

However on its own, and for the Sony loyalists, Sony Xperia M2 is a pretty reputable choice.

Price(USD):- $488.67
Price(INR):- Rs.21990

Chif Editer at Digital Technology Times.

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