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Good: Solid build, Android ICS, reasonable battery endurance.
Bad: Nothing unexpected
Comment: Bought this `phone to make calls, use SMS and to use as a hotspot. Is does all these things very well, and with an MP3 player as a bonus. Most of the web browsing I want to do is via a laptop or a tablet with the data being provided by the `phone, so the underwhelming screen resolution and processor performance are not an issue. Having seemingly damned this device with faint praise, I none the less find it very acceptable to use as a stand alone for browser or email purposes. Have not played any games so can not comment on that aspect of performance, but most grown up applications run quite smothely. For £84.00 I am not dissapointed.
Good: For the money it has bundles of features
Bad: Not much
Comment: I've had this phone for a couple of months and it is excellent!
It's a bit smaller than other smart phones and has excellent features like email, Walkman, Google Maps etc.
Loads of App downloads available on Google Play.
Has a headphone socket so you can use your headphones to listen to music etc.
Generally a nice phone. Despite what is written above the screen resolution is fine. And the phone's software is fairly fluid for most needs.
Try one out in a shop for more info and experience. Enjoy!!!
Good: Android Ice Cream OS, Camera with Panaroma, Style and Design, Price,,
Bad: NFC, Battery Full Charge Lasts only 6 Hours Music ON / Approx 100 Photo Snaps in between 6 hrs
Comment: After Using apple (iPhone and IPAD)IOS mobile operating system for about 2 Years thought of trying Android (Mobile Operating System) smart phone. SONY MIRO with Android Latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS is the Great "WINNING" for SONY and GOOGLE and USERS
Bad: low processor speed and pixel density
Comment: I want a phone and this looks satisfactory for the price range and its my 1st android to be had!!!!
Comment: For an entry-level Droid? It's really good enough. Just keep expectations low.
Good: I guess the camera,front camera,processor ,16M colours,Android 4.0.4
Bad: The author mentiones I think the 800 MHz
Comment: I first bough Sony Tipo,which was kinda problematic..so I returned it.Then I ordered Htc Desire C,I don't have it yet,but it's in the same price with Sony Xperia Miro,so I want you to tell me which is better.i feel like I have done a huge mistake.Should I buy the Miro instead of Desire?I can say that 800 MHz`processor is not bad for me.In fact it's very very good!
Good: everything, great entry level android phone.
Comment: great "my 1st android" type phone. ideal for people scared off by the nerdy android image. if you are put off getting a touch screen due to having large fingers take the plunge and you will not be disappointed.
camera is good, screen is clear,crisp and for the price its a good little phone, not a brick like some new phones (galaxy s3) or a space station (samsung note II)
Comment: tum sub gandoo ho
Comment: never buy a Sony mobile. its crap in all aspects. thats it from me
Good: Android ICS 4.0, xLOUD, 5MP Camera with LED Flash, 3.5" screen
Bad: Low Pixel Density(165 ppi), 800 MHz processor
Comment: Good phone for the price tag
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