Sony Xperia X series: Meet the new Xperia X, X Performance, XA


Sony Mobile took the stage of the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain and launched a new line of Xperia smartphones that aims to usher in the future of communicationsthe all-new Sony Xperia X series of smartphones. The first three devices in the series are the standard Xperia X, the Xperia X Performance, and the Xperia XA.

In a press release by Sony Mobile, the new X series of Xperia phones was launched with highly advanced camera technologies, battery capacities that claim to last an exceptional duration, and premium grade materials that were used to build the devices.

“Sony Mobile will continue to create increasingly personalized and intelligent products and services that empower you to do more, and live more creatively than ever,” said Hiroki Totoki, President and CEO at Sony Mobile Communications. “Our products and services will connect you to each other and become essential and beloved parts of your lives. With our continued passion for technology, we will keep adding new and exciting features to evolve our smartphones. At the same time, we want to change how you access information and interact with friends and family in a closer, natural and more meaningful way.”

All three smartphones sport a 5-inch display, and all of them boot on the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0. One of the new features that the X series is proud of is the all-new Predictive Hybrid Autofocus that can be found on the Xperia X and the Xperia X Performance. This feature lets the user choose the subject of the photo, and the camera will follow with focus and lets the user capture the image in the precise moment and free form any blur.

Aside from that, the X series of smartphones boasts of a battery life that can last up two days. This capability was made possible through the Qnovo’s Adaptive Charging technology and Sony’s smart battery management system.

The Sony Xperia X runs under a Snapdragon 650 chipset, while the Sony Xperia XA runs under a MediaTek MT6755 chipset. The X performance, on the other hand, runs under the new Snapdragon 820.