Sony Xperia X Review. Introduction Of The Specification

 

The Sony Xperia X has proved to be an exceptional kind in comparison to its bigger brothers; the Z series. Xperia X was released in February, 2016 and happens to be the first of other X series Sony Xperia Smartphones, namely; Xperia XA, Xperia Performance and the yet to be released Xperia premium.

Xperia X Build and Design Specifications And Reviews

With a build that fits sinuously in the hand, the Xperia X bears a similar build to the previous Z series. The fingerprint sensor, volume buttons and the shutter release still retain their signature positions. It also comes in colours ranging from white, black, lime gold to rose gold.

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Sony Xperia X Review Of The Display

The Xperia X is a 5.0-inch smartphone possessing a Triluminos display with 1080 x 1920 pixel Full HD resolution. The Xperia X might be lacking in clarity and sharpness compared to the more impressive X series, but for a mid-range phone it still gives a stunning display. Sony is obviously saving the best displays for the grander Z series.

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Sony Xperia X Camera Specifications

One of the impressive features enough to be an incentive to own this smartphone is the improved 23 megapixel back camera. Images are captured up to 5,520 x 4,140 pixels in a 4:3 default aspect ratio. This camera supports Sony’s new Predictive Hybrid Autofocus feature which is called Smart Capture. The Smart Capture enables it to lock its focus on an object and follows its movement, making it easier to capture moving objects without creating a blur and at the same time maintain its sharpness. Other impressive camera features possessed by Xperia X are the ability to go from standby to capture in less than 0.6 seconds and employ SteadyShot™ with Intelligent Active Mode that makes video shoot steady and smooth. And for the selfie lovers, the Xperia X possesses a whopping 13 megapixel front camera, a very big leap from the 5 megapixels owned by most Z series. The “selfie” camera just like a proper camera has an auto-focus feature and a bright f/2.0 lens. Though the Xperia X lacks the 4k video recording possessed by the Big Boys, it still gives an impressive camera experience.

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Sony Xperia Review On  Software and Performance

The Xperia X runs on an Android’s 6.0.1 Marshmallow, with a UI that looks similar to the previous 5.1 Lollipop. With a Snapdragon 650, Hexa Core (a drop from that of its predecessor), 3G RAM and 32G internal storage, this phone packs a punch. This might be a let-down for gamers but for an everyday phone user, the Xperia X gives a performance of fluidity and speed.

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Sony Xperia Review On Battery

The irremovable battery possesses a 2,620 mAh capacity and a fast charging functionality. This is a big drop from the 2,900 mAh capacity of the Xperia Z5. According to Sony, by adapting a ground-breaking Qnovo Adaptive Charging technology, charging currents can be constantly monitored and adjusted to maximize the battery life span, enough to give the Xperia X a 2-day battery life. We can only hope they are true to their word.

Full Technical Specifications Of Sony Xperia X

Type: Phone

Model: Xperia X

Manufacturer: Sony

Dimensions: 143 x 69 x 7.7 mm

Weight: 152 g

Battery size: 2620 mAh

Screen size: 5 in

Display technology: LCD

Screen: 1920 x 1080 pixels (441 ppi)

Front camera: 13 megapixels

Rear camera: 23 megapixels

Flashlight: LED

Android version: 6.0 – Marshmallow

User interface: Xperia UI

RAM: 3 GB

Internal storage: 32 GB, 64 GB

Removable storage: microSD

Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 650

Number of cores: 6

Max. clock speed: 1.8 GHz

Connectivity: HSPA, LTE, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2

You cannot fault Sony products, we believe many people will agree with me on this, no wonder the Sony VR are doing well in the market

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