Sony Xperia X Performance smartphone: fast, great for selfies, very pricey

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Ars Technica’s Valentina Palladino reviews the Sony Xperia X Performance smartphone. With a 23MP selfie cam, Snapdragon 820, SD expansion slot, but no 4K or fingerprint security, we try to determine if the glitz is worth the high price.

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Sony Xperia X Performance smartphone: fast, great for selfies, very pricey

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7 Comments on Sony Xperia X Performance smartphone: fast, great for selfies, very pricey

  1. Too many errors made here, it has a finger print sensor, even the x has a finger print sensor. You compared it verbally to a z5 when u meant a z5 premium from the features you mentioned.

  2. Would be nice if you gave us a photo comparison. 23MP vs say Samsung's 12.3MP S7. Maybe give us a benchmark comparison for battery life and performance? Otherwise liked the review!!

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