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Sony Xperia M prices in Malaysia

Get busy with the Sony Xperia M Smartphone! With a decent camera and a smooth operating system, carry on with your daily tasks with this smartphone in hand! Read more below to find out about what makes the Xperia M a decent smartphone to have today!

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Sony Xperia M Price by Country

Indonesia IDR 1,399,000
Philippines PHP 6,748
Vietnam VND 3,990,000

Sony Xperia M Malaysia: Experiencing Every Moment

It seems that the Sony Xperia series is running its smartphones through the alphabet and there’s not much to complain. The Sony Xperia M is a sleek 4-inch screen Android-powered smartphone that applies value-to-money in forms of sleek design and some pretty decent specs. The Xperia M boasts a 4-inch TFT 854x840 screen resolution comparable to the old Samsung Galaxy S2 in terms of display and look qualities. Boasting also the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, the Xperia M makes you able to download and install most of the apps and games from the Google Play Store, make and customize app folders, create widgets to place on your home screens, and also allows you to access Google Now. You can also benefit from the native Sony applications like the Walkman, Track ID, Sony Connect, Music Unlimited, and Video Unlimited. There is also the feature of sending content over to other Sony devices through the NFC and DLNA support.

Sony Xperia M “M”azing Features

No one likes a smartphone that lags too much. The Xperia Mboasts a 1GHz Qualcomm S4 Pluas dual-core CPU with 1GB RAM, and an Adreno 305 CPU that will allow smooth handling of all the apps and other features of the phone. Along with the 5-megapixel camera with VGA-quality front camera at your disposal, you can get a decently clean and crisp picture and video. The main camera features an LED flash. 4x digital zoom, autofocus, and a dedicated camera button.

The Sony Xperia M houses a removable battery of 1750mAh capacity that allows 2-full days of usage on a full charge. Sony include a couple of features to compliment the battery of the Xperia M with Stamina and Low Battery features that disables battery-draining apps and helps preserving the life of the battery better. Sony is partly known for its audio capabilities, as such the speaker and audio for their smartphones should be on par with this kind of reputation. If you’re planning to watch a movie on the Xperia M without earphones, then the speakers on it works very well in providing clear audio.

Should You Own It?

You can greatly consider the Sony Xperia M as a smartphone choice if you are opting for an affordable Android phone. Through the Xperia M, you can get a sleek design that caters to the style-hungry generation while retaining a performance of a decent smartphone. Bearing as well a 5-megapixel camera—decent enough to take a clean and crisp picture and video, with the instance of it carrying 1GB of RAM and the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, you are getting a decent enough smartphone to carry out your media surfing and social activities without a worry.

Sony Xperia M Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-04-06
SONY XPERIA M5 $648With the Xperia M5, Sony has built a phone that snaps at the heels of flagships without breaking the bank.While many Sony smartphones had Qualcomm processors in the past, the M5 is powered by the MediaTek Helio X10.This chip gives about...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-30
Sharp, vibrant screen, Stylish water, resistant design, Solid battery lifeSluggish camera, Too similar to M4 Aqua, Performance isn't the best
The Sony Xperia M5 is a follow-up to the middling Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, which on paper seems to fix many of the issues we had with that mid-range phone. There's more storage, more RAM, a higher-spec camera and a sharper screen.All of this comes at a price...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-29
Sharp, vibrant screen, Stylish waterresistant design, Solid battery lifeSluggish camera, Too similar to M4 Aqua, Performance isn't the best
The Sony Xperia M5 is a follow-up to the middling Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, which on paper seems to fix many of the issues we had with that mid-range phone. There's more storage, more RAM, a higher-spec camera and a sharper screen.All of this comes at a pric...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-04
Sharp screen, Decent value, Waterresistant, Impressive performanceToo much bloatware, Sony's boring design, No Android 6.0 Marshmallow
What is the Sony Xperia M5? Sony's mobile division is in a strange place right now. It's killed off the Z series and launched the Xperia X and Xperia XA without altering the design formula it's used for years. Now, the Japanese brand's flagship phones hav...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-25
For a company that's struggling to make its mobile business work, Sony sure like to pump out smartphones. The top-end Xperia Z range has three models to choose from, ranging from the excellent pint-sized Z5 Compact all the way up to the entirely superfluo...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-20
At this kind of price, it's in direct competition with the Nexus 5X and Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo . That's a tough crowd to beat, but, from the outside at least, Sony's handset is by far the most attractive one of the lot. With its glossy frame, reinforced co...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
Clean design, Great cameras, Feature packedScreen could be better, Questionable aesthetic elements, Weaker graphical performance
Sony Xperia M5 review: The new Xperia M5 was never originally meant to sell in the UK. It launched in the second half of 2015 in other markets, but we're glad Sony had a change of heart and finally brought it to our shores.Sony doesn't really make mention...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Good detail preservation in all conditions, Good noise level in all conditions, Fast and generally accurate autofocus.Loss of sharpness in the corners, Occasional white balance cast in outdoor (yellow in some scenes, blue in others), In outdoor, visible exposure and color irregularities, Flash: strong chroma noise is visible, especially near the corners
With an overall DxOMark Mobile score of 79, the Sony Xperia M5 camera provides solid image quality results across most situations. Its 21.5MP sensor helps it capture image detail, while also keeping noise under control. Low noise and lots of detail make i...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-27
It takes a lot to remove a word from your smartphone model's identity; evolving the Sony Xperia M series meant dropping the “Aqua” name on the Xperia M5 Dual . It's going to take a lot more than product placement in a Bond film to revive the Japanese gian...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-08
Battery Life, Durable Finish, Amazing Camera, Exceptional ScreenPhone heats up a lot, Applications crash often, Design has stayed the same, Below average Speakers
With all the new Sony phones coming out these days, one thing is for certain, Sony has a strong belief in don't try to fix what's not broken. And why would they? The Xperia series have phones that all look similar, albeit with different screen sizes, and...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-30
Fantastically sharp and bright display; Solid performing camera; Good multitasking performancePlastic frame feels slightly cheap
Earlier this year, Sony reaffirmed its position on mid-range smartphones, with the Xperia M4 Aqua (review) leading the charge. For the latter part of 2015, the new Xperia M5 has assumed the mantle, keeping the newly forged tradition of solid all-round mid...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-20
Dubbed as the “Elite Mid-Ranger&#8221, the Sony Xperia M5 set high expectations when it was initially announced several weeks ago . The combination of water resistance, competitive specifications, Xperia omni-balance design, camera capabilities, and a not-so-b...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Sony's tight flagship release schedule went in overdrive this season with the Z3+, Z4v and the Z5 all right on each other's heels. Making no attempt to slow down, the Japanese are taking that spirit to the midrange as well. What are you waiting for? Upgra...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-27
If you can't beat them, join them. Whether you like it or not, the ‘selfie' craze is here to stay. Sony Mobile is one of the mainstream phone brands that has acknowledged the trend, and has released two selfie-centric phones to the Malaysian market — Xper...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-04
The overall design of the Sony Xperia M5 is of the same quality as priceless jewellery, with the gold colour scheme trumping that of the black or white colour schemes. The polished stainless steel corners offer contrast to the matt body while offering an...
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