New Sony smartphones launched at MWC 2016: Android 6.0, 23MP camera, 2-day battery

Sony did join MWC 2016 and introduced up to 3 new smartphones: Xperia X, Xperia X Performance, and Xperia XA. They are equipped with strong hardware and gorgeous design…

Sony Xperia X

Son Xperia X series: X, X Performance and XA to start a new great era for Sony

Yes, three of them have made a totally new series known as Xperia X. In fact, we are quite impressed with the way Sony names their products this time: X, X Performance and XA, having the same 5.0-inch display. However, X and Per own curved screens while XA does not. Besides, they all sport metal backs and “tone-on-tone approach”, or in other words, each handset’s front and back carry a “single, continuous color”. Well, honestly, we really like the elegant appearance of those Sony smartphones.

In terms of specifications, Sony Xperia X specs include a Snapdragon 650 chip, 3GB RAM, 32GB of expandable ROM, Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS, stereo speakers, Hi-Res Audio, DNC, and Full HD display resolution. Specially, on the back, there is a “future-focused” Smart Capture camera packing Sony Predictive Hybrid Autofocus and 23MP sensor while the front contains a fantastic 13MP snapper for selfies. Under the hood, the X boasts a 2,620mAh battery which promises to give two days of use with just one charge.

As for Sony Xperia X Performance specs, it comes with Full HD resolution, a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM (expandable), a 2,700mAh cell, Android 6.0, and a 23MP rear/13MP front shooter combo. About Sony Xperia XA specs, they are lower-end than the others, but still pretty good with HD res, a MediaTek MT6755 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM (expandable), Android 6.0, a set of 8MP secondary plus 13MP primary cam and a 2,300mAh batt.

Sony Xperia X smartphones price and availability

Despite being announced at MWC 2016, there has been no word made for those Sony smartphones’ prices yet. Hopefully, the company will release the guys in the next weeks with reasonable costs for Xperia X, X Performance, and XA. Now, tell us your opinions and feelings about them!