Sony's Xperia M offers "a unique Xperia experience at a new price point".
Those looking for a mid-range smartphone might want to consider Sony's Xperia M, which has a 4 inch touch-screen display and the same Omnibalance design present on Sony's flagship Xperia smartphones.
The good news is that the Sony Xperia M is now available to buy on Three. You can pickup the smartphone free on tariffs starting at just £13 a month, which bags you 100 minutes, 2000 texts and 250MB of data. A whole host of other Pay Monthly deals are available with unlimited data available on plans starting at £16 a month.
Alternatively, you can pickup Sony's Xperia M on Pay As You Go for just £149.99. That'll enable you to take advantage of Three's 'game-changing' 321 plan, 3p a minute, 2p a text and 1p a MB. That's the perfect deal for those won't like to be locked in to lengthy contracts.
Sony's Xperia M comes pre-loaded with Android Jelly Bean, is powered by a dual-core processor, has a 5 mega-pixel camera and support for WiFi, 3G and NFC. One of the most novel features of the smartphone is its customisable illumination bar, which alerts you to missed calls, texts and social networking messages.
We recently compared the Xperia M to one of its major rivals the Lumia 520. Read the full comparison here. We're yet to review Sony's Xperia M but , based on our short time with the smartphone, we can assure you it's a great affordable Android mobile.
By Simon Thomas on 15th October, 2013