I switched from an old iPhone 3GS to a Sony Xperia M, and really like my new phone. However, while I would hardly go above 500 MB of data in a month, using numerous apps and never worrying about using too much data even when I would occasionally use the phone as a hot spot, my Xperia uses up my 1 GB limit in less than one week, while using less apps and also switching data off at night. Is this normal, or is there something I am missing? Any guidance would be helpful.
WOW This review is like the most complete and informative of all the review sites that I have been reading from! SERIOUSLY. All of the reviewers (engadget/ GSMArena/ PhoneArena) are losers and they base the phone performance on their experience with other "high-end phones" which is truly unfair. But this is really impressive, with all the graphs and scientific stuff that I just can't believe a reviewer can provide. This is the best explained review and it seems like all the tech for reviewing is here! Love it. Thanks and I will read more reviews from this site from now on... REALLY.
Nice review covered every topic thoroughly. As I intend to play games and listen to music I am thinking this will be my next phone. Love the design, the brand name (Huawei isnt my cup of tea ) and you also confirmed the long battery life. What more I can ask from a 210$ phone.
This is quite fishy. I actually have both the Huawei Y300 and Xperia M. But I think the Xperia M has a much better battery life than the Y300. Even from your test it shows that the Xperia M has a much brighter screen meaning that it uses much more energy.
But anyway ,its probably because the stuff that I can do are much more when using my Xperia M per time is much more than the Y300.
Pocket-sized Samurai. Sony's latest member of the Xperia series features a relatively small screen of only four inches. The low-clocked dual-core processor is however supported by a strong graphics unit. Is that enough to gain a foothold in the entry-level sector?