At Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona Sony unveiled a new lineup of smartphones called Xperia X, replacing its well known flagship the Xperia Z. When it designed the Xperia X, Xperia XA, and Xperia X Performance, Sony decided to focus on improving specs that are important to users instead of piling on extra features that are more flashy than useful.
The biggest improvements come in the form of battery life and camera. While new battery technology called Qnovo is also introduced.
The Xperia X line doesn’t feel as high-end as the Z used to be, but it represents a new thrust for the Japanese tech company, and is most likely a push to breathe new life into its smartphone efforts.
This is our Xperia X Hands On and First Look.
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