If you were upset that the Xperia X "only has a Snapdragon 650" and "the Xperia X isn't water resistant anymore", as many of our readers have, fear no more. The Sony Xperia X Performance is here to cover all of these bases in the same compact footprint.
Competing with other flagship devices, the Xperia X Performance is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 820 chipset, which is sure to compete with any of the other 2016 flagships that have already been released thus far.
This article is based on our brief encounter with the phone, which is getting ready to launch in mid-July on the US market where it would retail for $699. Our impressions follow on the next page.
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The video reveals sony's trick to gain more profit. 1. Make more plastic phones. 2. Sell it very expensive like korean flagships. 3. Brainwash the fans. Tell them it is a well optimized device without lag. 4. After many people buy it, neve...
Actually i think a 4.5 inch screen with the home buttons within the screen is best for one hand use. I have medium size hands..