Sony Xperia J Review

Nigel Quadros
August 13, 2013

The Sony Xperia J is an Android smartphone to be impressed by in comparison to Sony Xperia Miro or even the Sony Xperia Tipo. We , here at AndroGuru have taken into consideration all the internal , hardware and looks of the Sony Xperia J to provide a complete review. The Sony Xperia J is totally different from the other smartphones developed and manufactured by Sony. It is all about internals , looks , style and a lot more just to pen down.


Sony Xperia J ( Front Look – Blue Theme )

The Sony Xperia J has a very clean and glossy screen and sports a small LED light below which can be adjusted with the Theme selection. If a theme with a green color is selected , it will change to the respective color. Above shown is one of the original default theme which we is used. The Time and Date is clearly displayed and format can be changed upon the device user. On the screen , the left icon Unlocks the device to the Main Screen and the right let’s you capture an image or even a video very fast. Both the icons can be executed by just a slide.


Sony Xperia J ( Front Look – Green Theme )

When it come to the Notifications area , it is sleek and comprehensible to a great extent even though there are small icons. There are many default themes which are pre-loaded in the device at the time of purchase.

Sony Xperia J ( Back )

Sony Xperia J ( Back )

This device sports a smooth and glossy finish on the back with smooth and round edges. It has one speaker outlet on the back which sounds good quality tracks and videos. As for the 5MP Primary Camera , clicks amazing photos and captures and records beautiful videos in High Definition. The Camera is geared up with a Flash facility to enhance the images.

Sony Xperia J (  Front Screen )

Sony Xperia J ( Front Screen )

For developers sake , the Sony Xperia J is powered with Android 4.1.2 OS with a Baseband Version of 7x25A_M:2540. and Kernel Version of 3.4.0. Connectivity includes all basic and advanced features but there is no support of NFC which proves as a drawback but as this smartphone was released months ago , there is no big deal to stress on the same. This smart device is priced at approximately Rs.17,000/- all over India.

Sony Xperia J

Sony Xperia J

Key Features of the Sony Xperia J :

  • Android 4.1.2 OS
  • 4-inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
  • 5MP Primary Camera 
  • VGA Secondary Camera
  • 1 GHz Cortex-A5 Processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 4GB Internal Storage ( expandable up to 32GB via microSD card )
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3G
  • Bluetooth
  • DLNA
  • A-GPS
  • FM Radio
  • 1,750mAh Battery
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