Sony Xperia X Smartphone Reviews and Full Specifications

Sony Xperia X is a winning compact phone for its high-quality camera and ergonomic in-hand fit. The dedicated camera button gives you a convenient quick-shoot option.

Sony brought its Xperia X smartphone family to India last week. The handsets launched include the flagship Xperia X, as well as Xperia XA and Xperia XA Ultra. While the star of the show, the Xperia X, is priced at Rs 48,990 and will hit the shelves starting June 7, its less powerful sibling Xperia XA costs Rs 20,990 and will be available starting June 18. The Japanese tech giant has not yet revealed the pricing and availability details of the Xperia XA Ultra. However, we are expecting the device to launch within this month itself.

Sony Xperia X Smartphone

Sony Xperia X Smartphone

The Sony Xperia X is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor and it comes with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 2000GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Sony Xperia X packs a 23-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 13-megapixel front shooter for selfies. The Sony Xperia X runs Android 6.0 and is powered by a 2620mAh non removable battery. It measures 142.70 x 69.40 x 7.90 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 153.00 grams.

The Sony Xperia X is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts a Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM, 4G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, and Gyroscope.

Sony Xperia X: Full Specifications


Like most Xperia smartphones, the Xperia X is a premium-feeling bit of unit.The smooth metal outside doesn’t look very as exceptional as the glass-encased Xperia Z line-up, yet the brushed aluminum case makes for a costly looking and feeling gadget.It accompanies Sony’s side-confronting fingerprint scanner, and will be one of the fastest out there in the event that it’s anything like that on the Xperia Z arrangement.


Sony Xperia X display is a fascinating part of the package.It’s a 5-inch 1,080p board with Triluminos innovation and gives off an impression of being a decent display on the first review. Be that as it may, I was expecting more, considering Sony has constantly utilized excellent showcases for its Xperia line.Shading reproduction was great. The presentation of the Xperia X does not have the clarity and sharpness of a flagship phone’s display.       Sony Xperia

Software and performance

The Sony Xperia X is fueled by Google’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, not that you’d know it by taking a gander at the gadget. Samsung and LG have stripped back their custom Android phone skins; however, Sony’s has turned into the most tyrannical by a long shot.For example, Sony’s music player and Lifelong wellbeing service, while the gadget is chock-a-block with pre-stacked applications.And also Sony’s standard application offering, there’s some dodgy looking ones on there as well, including something many refer to as QSensorTest and another called Debug Menu. Controlling this all out UI is Qualcomm’s hexa-center Snapdragon 650 processor with 3GB RAM. There’s likewise a 2,260mAh battery which Sony cases will beat more costly handsets with its guarantee of two days on a solitary charge.


The Sony Xperia X camera looks great on paper, yet it offers a mid-range photography experience It includes a 23 MP sensor on the back and 13 MP on the front and has prescient self-adjust innovation, which Sony says will keep the camera keenly centered around your surroundings much speedier than we’re utilized to.How this functions in true circumstances, we’ll need to see once we put this camera through its paces.

Battery Life

The X Performance gloats a 2,900mAh cell while the Sony Xperia X has a somewhat littler 2,620mAh version. Presently, these don’t seem like especially expensive batteries, so it wills enthusiasm to see whether they coordinate up to Sony’s grand cases.There’s no remote charging, however, 10 minutes of charging will give 5.5 hours of utilization.

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