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Sony Xperia M2

alaTest has collected and analyzed 74 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the portability and reliability are overall positive. The battery and value for money also get good comments. Some have doubts about the size and features. Views about the build quality and camera are mixed.

design, value for money, battery, reliability, portability

screen, features, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Sony Xperia M2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Sony Xperia M2

 

The Sony Xperia Z2 is one of my favourite flagship phones this year, thanks to its slick, metal and glass design, superb screen, tonnes of power and brilliant camera. The downside is that all that great technology costs quite a lot of money. If your...

The Sony Xperia M2 has a sleek, attractive design, enough power for your day to day tasks and doesn't cost the earth.

It's got a disappointingly low resolution display and arrives with the old and outdated Android Jelly Bean on board.

Although the Sony Xperia M2 looks pretty slick, it's let down by its low resolution display and its old version of Android, which makes even its affordable price way too high. For much less money, you could snap up the Moto G or spend a little more and...

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Sony Xperia M2 Review

 

The Sony Xperia M2 is a mid-range device, which takes an aim at the increasingly-competitive segment of the market. Sporting a potent Snapdragon 400 chip, 1GB of RAM, and an 8-megapixel camera, the M2 is well-equipped to spar with the competition. At...

Attractive design ; Vast arsenal of connectivity options ; Record-setting battery life

Unacceptable call quality ; The display's glass is reflective ; The camera produces low quality stills and video footage ; Way too expensive for what it brings to the table

In conclusion, the Xperia M2 is one truly inconsistent, bipolar device. On one hand, you have an attractive design, adequate processing power, and record-setting battery life. On the other, the display is mediocre, the camera: poor, and call quality...

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Sony Xperia M2 review

 

A mid-range classic in the making, or a phone at the wrong price point?

Flagship design ; Impressive battery ; Attractive Sony UI

Poor camera ; Lower res screen ; Body scratches easily

Sony has launched its Xperia M2 handset into a very crowded market, one populated with ageing flagships and some already impressive new handsets. Can it build upon the success that the Xperia Z2 has brought though?

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Sony Xperia M2 review

 

Our review sample was supplied by Clove which is selling the Xperia M2 for £210.

The Sony Xperia M2 certainly looks like a premium smartphone, but carries a surprisingly mid-range price tag. With a more impressive camera and more storage, we'd be really impressed with the Xperia M2 for that price, but we think you can get more for...

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Sony Xperia M2

 

It looks like an Xperia Z2 but it costs a lot less

Large screen ; Slick-looking design ; Has 4G ; Decent battery life

Low-res screen for size ; Overzealous photo sharpening ; So-so call and speaker quality

The Xperia M2’s colours are a little off too, lacking the pop of the Motorola Moto G, whose colour calibration is a bit better.

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Sony Xperia M2 Review: In Depth

 

The Sony Xperia M2 looks like its premium brethren and packs a wallop at under half the cost. A real bargain and a beauty to boot. Read our review »

Great, premium-aping design ; Good performance ; Feature-packed camera

No KitKat ; Rivals sport sharper screens

The Sony Xperia M2 does a fantastic job of bringing the Xperia Z2 style and some of its awesome features to the mid-range market. The screen may lack the clarity of some of its cheaper rivals, but the design is solid and attractive, the 8-megapixel...

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Sony Xperia M2

 

Sony's flagship Xperia Z2 is one of the most feature packed phones on the market, but it does come at quite a price. If you're after the same slick styling and good looks, the Xperia M2 could be the next best thing, which sports a similar Sony design...

The Sony Xperia M2 is a solid looking phone that’s let down by its software, screen and camera - not to mention its price. It’s far too expensive for the specs you’re given, as Motorola’s Moto G trumps it in several ways for a lot less cash. There’s no...

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Sony Xperia M2

 

Sony's flagship Xperia Z2 is one of the most feature packed phones on the market, but it does come at quite a price. If you're after the same slick styling and good looks, the Xperia M2 could be the next best thing, which sports a similar Sony design...

Sony's OmniBalance design language, which has cropped up on several handsets ranging from the Z1 Compact to the Xperia E1, is simple, straight to the point and consistently looks good. That continues with the Xperia M2, which sports a glass front and...

While the Xperia M2 looks great and it's build quality is top-notch, there's plenty missing from its more expensive sibling that we wish made the cut. For starters, you won't find the same dust and waterproof skills that the Xperia Z2 boasts, and it's...

The Sony Xperia M2 is a solid looking phone that’s let down by its software, screen and camera - not to mention its price. It’s far too expensive for the specs you’re given, as Motorola’s Moto G trumps it in several ways for a lot less cash. There’s no...

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Sony Xperia M2 review

 

The midrange is the scene of some tough battles at the moment,with Google vying to pack as high a spec as possible into itssub-£200 phones with Nexus and Moto names. Sony has its work cutout with the M2, but has it compromised too far? Full review

Solid build quality, large screen, okay battery life

Lowish resolution screen, camera not great, not waterproof

The Xperia M2 is a decent phone, but it's far from exceptional atthis price point. While the processor is powerful enough to keep itrunning smoothly, the less-than-HD screen is a bit of a let-downand, surprisingly for Sony, so is the camera.

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