Carphone Warehouse expected to ship Sony Xperia Miro this month


When Sony announced the Sony Xperia Miro they didn’t give us any dates to look forward to. We’ve been left in the dark on when to expect this mid-range handset but we may have a good idea now thanks to a UK retailer.

Carphone Warehouse has updated their product sign-up page to inform would-be customers that they expect an August 2012 ship date. The phone was announced mid-June so we suspect it’s just about ready for purchase.

The Miro is a 3.5 inch device that has a 5 megapixel camera and Android 4.0. It won’t knock the socks off of a power user but this should come in as an affordable option for someone who doesn’t need a whole lot of juice out of their smartphone. Head to Carphone Warehouse to sign up to be notified.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. A little off topic… and I don’t live in the UK… but I am a little baffled as to why a company continues to call themselves “Carphone Warehouse” ???

    1. “The company was co-founded in 1989, when most portable phones were too bulky to carry and called car phones, by current CEO Charles Dunstone and Julian Brownlie.” – Wikipedia. Currently have about 1,700 stores and is a 50% subsidiary of Best Buy.

      Once you’ve got a big foot print and history associated with a brand-name, changing is never easy nor warranted.

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