Sony Xperia Miro is a new entry level that recently announced by the company in several market around the world. If will make a great alternative for customers who are not too interested in purchasing one of NXT series (consist of Xperia S, Xperia P, and Xperia U). If you’re looking for a new and cheap Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, the new Xperia Miro should be a great selection.
Aside from the Ice Cream Sandwich, Xperia Miro also manage to caught our attention with it’s thin display. It is currently measured at 3.5″ touch screen with 320 x 480 pixels resolution. In terms of pixels density, it is currently measured at 161ppi (pixels per inch). Off course you shouldn’t expect something crisp and sharp, but the display quality is quite acceptable for a new-cheap android handset.
However, if you’re put higher value on compact design, you will love to use Xperia Miro. It is currently weighs at 110 grams only and will fit in perfectly into your hands and jeans pocket. Just like any other Xperia handset, Miro’s 9.9mm thick chassis also feature a transparent stripes beneath it’s display. It will be illuminate in different ways, depends on what kind of event that happen on your handset. For instance, it might glow in blue for message and red for missed calls.
In terms of camera, Sony Xperia Miro posses two different shutter. 5.0 megapixels on back and VGA on front. You should be able to initiate a nice video call sessions with that camera. Don’t expect some fancy or crystal clear video quality from this one. Other standout feature from Xperia Miro is the presence of xLOUD audio equalizer that able to boost the bass quality of every single audio file that you play on the handset.
The rest of Xperia Miro hardware specs include, 800MHz single-core processors, 512MB RAM, and 4GB of internal data storage. Users should be able to to experience up to six hours of usage since the handset is packed with 1500mAh battery unit. If you interested, this phone will be released in four different colors: black, pink, white, and gold.
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