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This entry was posted on June 10, 2016 by usblog.
The release of new Sony smartphones is always full of excitement and energy, simply because the Japanese company never disappoints with their build quality and design. Most Xperia phones have a premium metallic exterior and smooth glass screens, not to mention powerful cameras. In this article, we will discuss the specifications of the Sony Xperia X and everything it comes with. Have you recently bought this phone and are looking for something to protect it? Take a look at our Sony Xperia X personalised phone cases!
The Sony Xperia X was initially announced in February 2016 and has officially gone on sale in Europe on June 1, 2016. White, black and rose gold models are currently offered for £460.
The device itself has a 5-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution. The phone is measured at 142.70 x 69.40 x 7.90 and weighs exactly 153 grams.
Internally, the smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 and 3 GB of RAM, which are up to today’s standards for flagship devices. Additionally, users can store up to 32 GB of apps, music and documents in their phone and should they need even more, up to 200 GB more can be stored via a microSD card. The Xperia X has a very powerful 2620mAh battery, however unfortunately it’s non removeable.
As we mentioned earlier, Sony has always been known to produce great smartphones with great cameras. This year, it’s no different. The Sony Xperia X has a 23 MP primary camera that can take video in 1080p@30fps or 1080p@60fps. Furthermore, there’s an astounding 13 MP secondary camera that can shoot in clear and crisp 1080p.
The Xperia X will come out of the box powered by Android 6.0 and users can place a Nano-SIM card provided by their carrier. To keep up with more modern models, the Xperia X has 4G capabilities and has small but cool features such as a proximity sensor and ambient light sensor.
So, what do you think about the Sony Xperia X? Would it be a phone you would buy? Let us know in the comments below!