Can Sony beat Samsung, LG with Newly Launched Xperia X Series: 10 Interesting Things to Know!

    Sony today launched the all new Sony Xperia X-series. The X Xeries was launched with three phones - Xperia X, XA and X Performance.This is an all new range of phones from Sony. All the phones are 5-inch phones. All the new phones have tone-on-tone approach. Color options include Graphite black, White, Lime Gold or Rose Gold.All the phones in the X Series run Android Marshmallow 6.0.

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    The 23MP main camera can launch and snap a photo all in 0.6 seconds. The Xperia X has a 13MP selfie camera. It also supports low-light photography. The best part about the Sony Xperia X-series are an interesting set of accessories that can be paired the device that are all powered by Sony Voice Technology. There is no official word on the pricing of these phones, though you can expect to shell out if you want to buy them.

    Word is that the smartphone could be a tough competitor to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5. Lets look at points where the Xperia X series scores over these phones.

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    Lets look at 10 interesting things about the Sony Xperia X Series:


    Xperia X series benefits from a battery lifespan that's up to twice as long with Qnovo's Adaptive Charging technology2 and Sony's smart battery management system.The phone can last up to 2 days with a single charge.


    While the Xperia X featuring the Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 650 processor and Xperia X Performance introducing the Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 820 processor for ultra-fast connectivity.


    Each X series smartphone brings a curved glass display within a rounded, continuous frame for a familiar form that feels comfortable in your hand.Xperia X, Xperia X Performance and Xperia XA each have a range of matching Style Covers and will roll out in four elegant finishes; White, Graphite Black, Lime Gold and Rose Gold, from Summer 2016.


    The fingerprint sensor on Xperia X is placed on the side of the phone, so you can pick up and unlock in one movement.


    Xperia Ear is a next-generation wireless ear-piece. It provides you with useful information such as your schedule, weather and the latest news to keep you up-to-date on the go. Powered by Sony's voice technology, it responds to verbal commands, so you can ask it to make a call, perform an internet search, dictate a message or navigate to a certain location. It enables you to face forward and get things done, for a convenient hands-free experience.


    Xperia Eye is a conceptual vision for an ultra compact, wearable wide-angle lens camera - with the flexibility to be easily attached to clothing or worn around the neck.Its intelligent shutter technology will use facial and voice detection to capture images, allowing you to enjoy and preserve life's moments without thinking about the technology.


    Xperia Projector concept will enrich, empower and stimulate creative family communication using a natural and interactive interface projection on any clear surface. It will respond to touch, voice and gestures just as you would interact with your smartphone screen.


    The Xperia Agent concept is a vision for a personalised assistant. It is also powered by Sony's voice technology and will respond to a number of commands - and has a built-in camera and projector display for projecting content onto surfaces.


    RM-X7BT is an in-car Bluetooth® commander that enables wireless music streaming and uses Sony's voice technology to activate smartphone functions whilst driving.


    Xperia X series has a tone-on-tone approach, with continuous colour on front and back and a lock screen in the same hue.


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