The Sony Xperia Miro is a new entry from Sony Mobile to compete in the entry/mid-range category. With a sleek body and round corners, the Miro has a fairly impressive body that is rather appealing and cool-looking. Also, there is a small light glow just above the ”XPERIA” logo.
The Miro’s display is 3.5 inches but has a very low resolution of 320 x 480 and a pixel density of around 165 pixel-per-inch, thus giving images and videos a blurry look. Also, the processing chip in the Xperia Miro is only a 800MHz - 0.8Ghz Cortex A5, and therefore will cause some speed problems when running videos and resource-heavy games, though the main Android Ice Cream Sandwich interface is smooth enough for the average consumer.
Storage is 2.9 GB of standard internal storage, and a microSD slot for memory expansion up to 32GB. The built-in camera standard with the Xperia Miro is 5 megapixels, and can capture decent images. Also, Sony Mobile implemented its own unique ‘skin’ on top of the main Android ICS interface.
Overall, the Sony Xperia Miro is a average budget smartphone that has great looks but performance is limited due to its pricing, and therefore would be ideal for new smartphone consumers moving from non-Android or iOS operating systems that have requirements that do not require processor-intensive applications.
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