Cam unboxes the Sony Xperia M2. Unveiled at the same time as the more premium Z2, the M2 lacks a few of its big brother's features. It "only" has an 8MP camera, and a 400 series Snapdragon processor. Its display is noticeably smaller at 4.8-inches and has a resolution of 540x960. It's also mostly plastic, not metal. This helps make it feel light, but it does still have a solid build quality and feels well-made.
The big question, is whether it has enough over budget phones like the Moto G to warrant the price difference. Would you shell out extra to get a phone that felt more solid and had a better camera? Or would you rather have a cheaper phone with a better display and changeable back covers?