Lately, Sony announced the Xperia X series and two smartphones - Xperia X and Xperia XA have been launched in India. Of these, today, we will see the highlighted feature of the Xperia X - its camera performance.
Sony Xperia X boasts a 23 MP rear camera sensor and a 13 MP front-facing selfie shooter. These are a couple of the highlighted features of the new smartphone from Sony.
The camera on the Xperia X is superfast and it can click a snap in just 0.61 seconds from the standby mode, claims the company. Moreover, the camera features LED flash, a 1/2.3" sensor size, touch focus, face detection, HDR, and panorama.
The main camera on the Xperia X comes with a new feature called 'predictive autofocus'. This tracks your subject's movements and then predicts future behavior so as to keep the subject in sharp and avoid refocusing before clicking the shot.
Moving on to the front-facer, Xperia X features a 13 MP selfie shooter that has a f/2.0 six-element lens for snapping selfies. The sensor is large and it has some impressive features to capture low-light selfies.
The ISO 6400 camera sensors can take more light to give wonderful and splendid photos.
We have taken some photos using the Xperia X camera to show you the camera samples. Check out the slideshow below to know the capability of the Sony Xperia X's imaging department.