Sony Xperia X Black Review
The Sony Xperia X Black is considered a flagship phone regarding the technology and the design elements that the company promises to deliver. However, the truth is that the handset is not drastically different in looks but is certainly classed up a notch.
Display and design
The metal back ensures that you have great grip on the phone. Additionally, the curved edges make the phone feel great in your palm. However, the choice of colors such as lime gold, make black the best option available. As for the display, you have an HD AMOLED screen that gives you great depth in the display and also makes the colors pop out brilliantly.
You have a hexacore 1.8 GHz Snapdragon 650 processor. This is odd as other phones in this prize range are opting for more powerful processors like the Snapdragon 820. However, the 3 GB RAM space makes the user experience quite smooth. Browsing and working through the icons and general navigation is quite smooth, making the handset rather user-friendly. Storage is up to the industry standards with 32 GB inbuilt and up to 200 GB expandable memory.
The 23 MP camera produces some really good quality images that are also quite heavy in size. You can also be sure of great indoor picture quality and low light image quality with this phone. Battery life is average and can last up to 12 hours with normal usage of the handset and all its features. Connectivity includes options like 3G and 4G, keeping the phone updated with the latest technology. Other interesting features like the side fingerprint sensor make this handset rather interesting.