My Sony Xperia M2 has stopped working the screen is blank and when I charged nothing comes up. What it could be? Has everyone experienced the same problem?
The phone is really good No Hanging issue, fast processing, Very Good Battery Backup
But No video calling is available
And compare to samsungs 8MP Camera, camera quality is very Poor
im a g2 mini and xperia m2 user.
i love my two phones but my favorite is G2 mini it has better screen and better camera also slightly longer batterylife.
the screen on G2 mini is almost the same as 720p on other phones the IPS qHD is really bright and good viewing angle also sharp.
internet connection is faster on g2 mini than my Xperia m2 using the same network in my country.
i recommended both but if you want better camera and video recorder choose G2 mini, if you want music choose Xperia m2!
Only a fool will buy M2 when there's Galaxy Grand 2 available with much better specs at lower price
Sony phones All very best. Samsung bkwaas par. Sony camera is also well. and I have bought a Sony Xperia M dual in black colour. I know that this phone resale is not well but. On shop marketing is already making better. Then. buy sony
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2014Way too big. Xperia M was almost perfect in size (it had a bit big edges, but it was usable). ... moreYou could use the xperia z1 compact. High end phone with 4inch dispaly...anything else?
"Sony Xperia M2 review: Dial M for midrange"
You mean "Dial M for mediocre"?
Way too big. Xperia M was almost perfect in size (it had a bit big edges, but it was usable). Now M2 is a phablet. Today ther is no usable phone under 4 inches.
Every 4 inches (or smaller) phone is a crap, whit 512Mb RAM, 3-5 MP fix focus camera, without led, some useless SoC, and horrible screen.
I feel really sorry, for Sony screwed up Xperia M2.
I hope so, that Sony will bring a real successor for the compact Xperia M.
mish, 05 Jun 2014tell me how is it btr than new galaxy grand neoAlmost everything. Grand Neo has inferior chipset (BCM vs Qualcomm), low res display with giant pixels, and depending on where you live the M2 will give you triband HSDPA+LTE or quad band HSDPA (in india and other non-LTE/TD-LTE markets) while Grand Neo has only dual band HSDPA, which is a very serious limitation. Lots of new HSDPA networks are in the 850 and 1900 bands, its a big deal.
You have to compare M2 to Grand 2 to make it more fair, the Grand Neo loses badly to the M2.
Great display plus well above average battery life. Seems like a great midrange smartphone at that price.