Is Xperia M released in India? Can't wait anymore, I really need it.
parthaspl, 20 Jul 2013if Rs14500 is for single sim then we should go with Xperia LThis must be for dual sim. Single sim will cost 13700.
sahil, 20 Jul 2013Is it true......? I hear single sim only 14,500.There is no price announcement of dualsimif Rs14500 is for single sim then we should go with Xperia L
can any one say me the approx price of this phone and when is it releasing ... pls ...
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2013Xperia M has been launched in India & price is 14500 INR for Dual SIM & 13700 INR for ... moreIs it true......? I hear single sim only 14,500.There is no price announcement of dualsim
[deleted post]Hey Mr. Santos stop foolish comments. Xperia c is for those who want big 5" screen and can spend more money.xperia c has big battery 2390 mah,8mp camera with 1080p video recording.nfc is not very usefull its just gimmick. Xperia c is good in its price range and xperia m is best in its price range.both phones are good in their categories..
Ss, 12 Jul 2013i think it will be oct-nov 2013,generally sony takes 6 months to launch their products after a... moreAll are assuming for its price and performance. M not yet launched in India and nobody owned/used. How would the people come to know. Let the phone come in the market first.
sony xperia c is a world's worst mobile ...it has no nfc and it is soooo bad.... the only advantage is big screen only....... so go to sony xperia m plz dont go to xperia c
Xperia M has a very good screen. Watch this video....
somewhere i hear that sony have united storege,means internal memory and sd cards are united.So my question is that can we install apps/games in sd cards?if yes then internal memory(4GB in case of Xperia M) is not a bigger issue in Android jelly bean which have been seen in Samsung devices.
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2013xperia m dual or xperia c dual.....what is better?M is good than c,m has nfc,
below 15k this will be accepted in indian markets... or Samsung has price leadership-an important factor that cannot be ignored