The Sony Xperia M is a competent Android NFC handset that slots in at the low end of the company’s range.
The Xperia M has a 4-inch 480 by 854 touchscreen and comes in single- and dual-SIM versions. A five megapixel rear camera is capable of 720p video recording, and the Android 4.1 device is powered by a 1GHz dual core processor from Qualcomm.
The company is pushing the handset’s NFC capability, and describes the Xperia M as “the new Sony smartphone with one-touch functions.”
The Xperia M was announced in early June 2013 and is expected to arrive at retail in the third quarter of 2013.
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I am unable to connect my xperia M with Google nexus 7 tablet. Can somebody provide info on this.