Anonymous, 25 Feb 201415.4.A.0.21 probably jellybean 4.3 update for xperia m single and dual both are coming soon.
... moreIndeed...if Sony does all that, then i'll be so proud of my choice, of my M(ake.Believe)...
varun @^, 25 Feb 2014is the audio quality is good?Yes. The quality of the ear speaker is clear, And the loudspeaker might not be as loud as china mobile phones, but still it's fairly good.
Hi friends.I wanted to buy Xperia M dual.Please tell me its problems,if any.
This cell is very good... it's display very awesome... its price 13500/- from District Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan)
15.4.A.0.21 probably jellybean 4.3 update for xperia m single and dual both are coming soon.
Below are the notable changes found on xperia m single and dual version after update to jellybean 4.3-
1. User interface and Xperia Home launcher based
on Xperia Z series
2. Updates on Sony exclusive media apps such as
Album and Movies, and Walkman
3. More stock wallpaper and themes
4. New option for downloadable themes via Sony
5. Improved Sony Select app for preferred third-
6. Updated camera app and user interface
7. Downloadable camera modes: AR effect,
Timeshift Burst and more
8. Burst mode under Superior Auto
9. Daydream feature
10. Lock screen widgets
11. Better version of STAMINA mode
12. Project Butter for smoother feeling and
13. My Xperia locator and Android Device
14. More shortcuts for Quick Settings
15. Updated small apps with favorites
till then keep patience n enjoy xperia m
Good news frens,,, PTCRB approved a new firmware for Xperia
M suggesting the Android 4.3 build version. It has
the build number 15.4.A.0.21 and definitely leaped
from the previous 15.1.C.2.8 that indicates a new
OS version for Xperia M single-SIM running
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Its sibling, Xperia M dual running Android 4.2.2
Jelly Bean, got newly certified build version
15.2.A.2.5 leaping from build version 15.5.A.0.16,
representing new OS.
Hope this new firmware will be offficially available soon with many more tweaks for better.
until then keep patience........
AnonD-231904, 24 Feb 2014I recently bought this device (Xperia M - C1905). I must say am a Sony lover but I'll try to b... moreVery interesting evaluation, i must say...
But 4.1.2 is quite unperformant, 4.2.2 way better...hope 4.3 to be the best!
Also it's very weird that you do not have the blurr on corners by stock camera shots...even though there is more grain than at mines...
Camera should get a good update, it seems that are so many diffrences on system settings, depending by the region's stock, i believe...
My samples (single sim) by Ucam for tablets:
Manoj, 22 Feb 2014CAUTION: Use gloves when you using 3G or WIFI data otherwise it will burn your hand.keep it under freeze
Manoj, 22 Feb 2014CAUTION: Use gloves when you using 3G or WIFI data otherwise it will burn your hand.keep it in freeze
AnonD-231904, 24 Feb 2014UPDATE: Just uploaded the images to PC and found out that the camera result is not bad afteral... moreYeah, the exaggerated contrast and rather cold colour temperature of the screen does not flatter the live view when shooting. I would say the results are fairly consistent with (also 5 megapixels) Xperia U I upgraded from. Get a few quirks around white balance - fluctuates even when set to one of the specific settings rather than auto - but nothing that can't be adjusted afterwards if need be.
AnonD-231904, 24 Feb 2014I recently bought this device (Xperia M - C1905). I must say am a Sony lover but I'll try to b... moreUPDATE: Just uploaded the images to PC and found out that the camera result is not bad afterall! I'd say it's not D-SLR quality but it's good enough for me :D
Does it support watsapp? Nd games even though internal memory is less? please someone tell me is the camera better than galaxy s duos 2? Help
I recently bought this device (Xperia M - C1905). I must say am a Sony lover but I'll try to be as objective as I can.
Here's my thorough experience that might be useful:
(warning - long post :D)
UI Experience: Running 4.1.2 JB at 1 GB ram, it was slick and smooth. Multitasking is good, no lag. The best you can expect in this price. If you love simplicity, then the Xperia homescreen design is the best for you. You might find that the notification toggles is missing some of the important ones like GPS, screen rotation, etc. I suggest you go for a 3rd party app.
Storage: It comes out of the box with only around 1,3 GB user accessible, but if you uninstall most of the bloatware it can give you additional space up to 200 MB. Don't expect to install heavy games though as it will fill up the space instantly unless you already root it. SD card is recommended.
Battery: Packed with 1700+ mAh battery, it performs quite good, as it goes from 100% to 25% in about a single productive day (12 hours) of moderate-heavy usage with all the power management tools off. I put it to sleep for the night with Wifi on, and I still have 22% in the morning.
I'm a casual user, which means I don't play heavy games often, But i have social accounts stand by in the background the whole time, spend hours a day chatting, browsing occasionally, and taking pictures.
Graphic Performance: I haven't really push this device to the limit of it's graphical capability, but I'm sure with it's Adreno 305-powered GPU, it can handle resource hungry games like Real Racing 3 with no lag. (then again, the small storage is the main problem.)
As far as playing HD movies and casual games, the device handles those operations without any trouble.
Camera: This is the low point of the device. I definitely expected a better camera for a smartphone like xperia M. Both rear and front camera didn't meet my expectations.
The VGA front cam is noticeably not the best vga cam you can find. Even though I just use it for video calling, I definitely expected something better. Ironically, there is a small app feature called Mirror that is far from an actual mirror as you'll find it's too hard even to see your eye color in indoor light.
Now, after some time of using the 5MP rear cam, I found out that it's really not that bad. The actual picture taken is actually better than what you see on the capturing window (probably a software issue, hopefully will be fixed in the next update).
It performs decently in daylight/outdoor use, but full of noise when use in poorly lit indoors (adjusting a lower ISO might help).
Still, you can get the best of it with help of some 3rd party apps. I've included some sample photos you can check out.
The cam also records 720p videos with similar quality of still images, although the continuous autofocus is annoying sometimes.
Heating Problems: Now, this is another not-so-pleasant experience I get with Xperia M. I find that the top half of the device (which I assume is where the powerful GPU is embedded) gets hot pretty quickly. I get that it's normal for a (graphic) processor to get warm by performing heavy tasks, but I didn't expect it to constantly get hotter and hotter as I only use it mostly for social networking and casual apps. Maybe this is not a problem for some users, but to me it's just not that comfortable. Especially if you have to pick up a call and have a long conversation. It won't be easy on-the-ear.
It's still on an acceptable level though.
If you don't have a problem with just a decent camera and don't intend to play heavy games, then is is the perfect device for you.
The design is premium, you've got Sony's quality you can rely on, and it's budget-friendly.
If budget is not your problem, than you definitely don't have to consider this one ;)
3rd party apps recommended:
"Ucam for Tablets" (to get the best quality)
"Camera360" (Fixes some noise problem, also effects-rich)
"Power Toggles" for the lack of notification toggles ;)
"Clean Master" you probably already know what this app does :)
"Smart Voice Recorder" to replace the stock voice recorder. It's just sucks.
"ES File Explorer" because the stock file manager also sucks :D
Sample images taken with stock camera app
Indoor w/o Flash: http://i.imgur.com/Pe6HSq5.jpg
Indoor w Flash: http://i.imgur.com/of3ZaRR.jpg
poor light w/o Flash: http://i.imgur.com/TuZJxFq.jpg
poor light w Flash: http://i.imgur.com/SfrwKzo.jpg
I feel that the Internet speed is slow when compared to my previous Symbian Nokia phone.
Why is it like that? Is it common with Android phones?
Also, the internal memory of 4 GB for Android is terrible and no option to push apps to memory card legally.
Why did Android restrict this when it is allowed in other versions of Android?
This mobile phone is very good with processing power.
But even the camera and the screen is not very good.
I hate Samsung though.
I think I should have waited for Moto G or Nokia X series.
rony, 23 Feb 2014Does mobile able play full hd videos (1080p) with mx player....?Yes 101%
I have the c2005 model and it is perfect it is fast for browsering .THE only thing I hate is the Internal STORG it is 2GB(1.7only).Beside all of that this Xperia M is Awesome