Friday, 4 July 2014

Sony Xperia M2 Dual review

Sony Xperia M2 Dual review

Design and Build
There’s not much new we are able to see with regards to the M2’s style – it's and seems like just about the other budget Xperia phone. we tend to count that as an honest issue tho'. It feels durable to hold, has pretty smart applied science and isn’t too large that is what we liked the most.

The 4.8-inch TFT display has really slim bezels on either sides that makes single-handed operations comparatively straightforward. The resolution isn't a lot of (960 x 540 pixels) once more} again, the low constituent count isn’t a true deal breaker. Plus, the display has an brightness levels and is kind of vivid, in contrast to past Sony TFT displays.

Around the back, there is a 8MP camera sensor, junction rectifier flash and spot for connecting devices via NFC

The Sony Xperia M2 Dual comes with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box. There’s also confirmation about the 4.4.2 KitKat which is scheduled to arrive sometime this month. Sony’s refreshed Xperia skin is also present. Overall, the phone functions extremely smoothly without any glitches at all. Over the years, we’ve noticed Sony and HTC are the two companies that can skin their phones really well without impacting performance. Other notable mentions include Asus and Oppo.

Battery life
The M2 Dual packs in a sizeable 2300mAh battery. Coupled with the low density screen and the efficient Snapdragon 400 SoC, we managed to squeeze out about a day and half worth of usage on 3G. After sailing through the 8-hour loop test, we had about 26 percent battery remaining.

Verdict and Price in India
The Sony Xperia M2 Dual is available at Rs 19,000, which is a good pick in this price range although it would make a killing at something like Rs 16,000. The M2 is good premium alternative to the Moto G. It’s got slightly better features and a better design. The Galaxy Grand 2 is also retailing currently for a similar price and if big screen phones are your thing then you’re better off with that.

The Sony Xperia m2 dual comes with robot 4.3 jelly bean out-of-the-box. There’s additionally confirmation regarding the 4.4.2 KitKat that is scheduled to arrive sometime this month. Sony’s fresh Xperia skin is additionally gift. Overall, the phone functions extraordinarily swimmingly with none glitches the least bit. Over the years, we’ve noticed Sony and HTC ar the 2 companies which will skin their phones very well while not impacting performance. different notable mentions embrace Asus and Oppo.

The stock Walkman player is adequate for music playback. There’s a lock screen contrivance as well for straightforward access. Audio quality is nice through earphones and also the loud speaker has ample volume for alerts. Music or movies don’t sound nice through the mono speaker because it lacks the stereo setup of the Z2. The 5GB usable storage is enlarged any up to 32GB.

The M2 twin supports quad-band 2G and single-band 3G. we have a tendency to even have Wi-Fi ‘n’, Bluetooth v4.0, NFC, GPS and GLONASS. you furthermore mght get Miracast and USB On-the-go practicality. The phone comes pre-loaded with a number of Xperia apps and different utilities that we’ve seen within the past.

The 8MP snapper will an honest at macros and daytime shots. Low-light isn't the simplest but it’s still passable. you'll choose from varied apps like Social Live, Timeshift Burst, AR Effect, picture effect, Sweep Panorama and Portrait retouch. you'll continuously add more apps via the Play Store. recording is limited to 720p, that makes that it less interesting .

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