surely dis phone going to b best phone on its range 15000rs... all specs are really outstanding.... 4.0 inch display,slim body,latest amdroid,internal memory with expand memory,1gb ram,dual core process,21.1mbps 3g speed,1750mah battery all these features are excellent... this is the complete package u can say
nice cellphone made by sony , could this cell is come to the rage of 10000 in last months of current year
AnonD-166696, 02 Aug 2013but internal memory of 4GB(2.8 User Accessible) is not enough for heavy hd game user,L has 8GB... moreXperia L has only 6GB of internal memory that also divided into two segments.
does the xperia M has removable battery? help me i'm gonna buy either xperia M if it has removable battery or i will buy Xperia L.
m will b less than rs 14k bcoz xperia l is available around rs 16500
AnonD-166696, 02 Aug 2013but internal memory of 4GB(2.8 User Accessible) is not enough for heavy hd game user,L has 8GB... moreDude u can move data files to sd card and also move app file to sd card by using app to sd pro application
AnonD-171440, 02 Aug 2013Better than xperia L if u compare screen resolution ....its poi is 245 an awesome. Adreno 3... morebut internal memory of 4GB(2.8 User Accessible) is not enough for heavy hd game user,L has 8GB internal memory
Better than xperia L if u compare screen resolution ....its poi is 245 an awesome. Adreno 305 and 1 gb ram is more than enough to play hd games without lag .... Becoz it's a multi processor gpu which help to run heavy apps
It's better than xperia L if u compare the screen resolution ....245 ppi is really awesome.
And 1 gb ram with adreno 305 gpu near to the triple core graphic....
greekUser, 30 Jul 2013What about the 4gb internal memory that it cuts down to 1.5gb with the android OS. Are there a... moreHi dude
There is no need to root this phone bcoz its already having 4gb internal storage.... And u can transfers apps to sd card... It's 2.5 gb is available and enough.
Seems like a great phone. It's like a spiritual successor to the Xperia U: a compact form factor without being underpowered. And a lot of exceptional little features also are back, like the hardware shutter button. Screen grew from 3.5" but at least they didn't exceed the critical 4.0" limit, which I know is for a lot of people (including me) where a phone definitely become too big. Apparently Sony are the only manufacturer still producing conveniently-sized Android phones that have good displays and processors. Most other manufacturers only want to flog their wieldy flagship bricks, and have only budget models in smaller sizes, with low-resolution displays and single-core processors. Which I wouldn't mind in theory, but sometimes I'd like to have a powerful phone anyway, without it being the size of a dining plate. Props to Sony for not forgetting about this (growing!) market. Can't wait to see some extensive reviews, but if nothing really bad comes up, I'm probably getting this one.
Konda Mangal, 01 Aug 2013As from the gizbot info, Xperia M will costs 20,000/- Even Xperia L costs 17,000/- which has... morexperia M is a downgraded version of xperia L. There's no way xperia M can be priced higher than xperia L. Its gonna be a disaster otherwise.
As from the gizbot info, Xperia M will costs 20,000/-
Even Xperia L costs 17,000/- which has some what high configuration compared with M. From specifications of Xperia M, price should be less than Xperia L(i.e., lessthan 17k). But why M is 20k??
20k rs ~ 330usd is too high, near SP's price. I love SP, too, but it's little big for my hands
Had been waitng fr ths fone since june:(
But isn't 20000. Too much fr this phone!!
its given in the abov link....ni one is gona buy that then....xperia l would be btter....
i m waiting for this phone but don't know the price yet...do u know anything about the price?
AnonD-4963, 30 Jul 2013Its quoted at Rs 14,800 by a Sony insider here in Mumbai. The price is no surprise, just as it... morewow its a great news for me because i was saving my pocket money to buy this mobile since 2 months just waiting for release , thank you for your information