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Sony Announces Xperia X, XA and X Perfomance at MWC (UPDATED)

(Find below the specs sheet for the new Xperia X Series) 
Sony has had good phones, great phones actually but over the past few years, this hasn’t been the case. They released the Xperia Z5 late last year and it was an ok device, trying to catch up with the competition. Now Sony has announced a new series of Smartphones, the X series. They are three devices, XA (mid-ranger), X (which seems like a flagship device), and the X Performance (is the more premium of the three).
These new series introduces a new design language in Sony’s camp- the use of metal instead of glass. They aren’t all that compared to LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 but I think Sony is headed in the right direction.
I am surely excited by this announcement and can’t wait to see these device in hand. This could also be a hint that the Xperia Z6 will come “metal-clad” **excitement**.
Below are teaser videos released by Sony.

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 XPERIA XAXPERIA XXPERIA X Performance
Display5" 720p HD5" 1080p Full HD5" 1080p Full HD
ProcessorMediaTek MT6755Qualcomm Snapdragon 650Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
RAM2GB3GB3GB
StorageUp to 16GB, expandable up tp 200GB via microSD.Up to 32GB, expandable up to 200GB via microSD.Up to 32GB, expandable up to 200GB via microSD.
CameraRear: 13MP 1/3'' Exmor RS with Hybrid AF.

Front: 8MP Exmor R
Rear: 23MP 1/2.3'' Exmor RS with Predictive Hybrid AF.

Front: 13MP 1/3'' Exmor RS, 22mm Wide Angle Lens F2.0
Rear: 23MP 1/2.3'' Exmor RS with Predictive Hybrid AF.

Front: 13MP 1/3'' Exmor RS, 22mm Wide Angle Lens F2.0
Battery 2300 mAh 2620 mAh2700 mAh
OS and FeaturesMarshmallow 6.0.1, No fingerprint ReaderMarshmallow 6.0.1, With Fingerprint ReaderMarshmallow 6.0.1, With Fingerprint Reader

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