Sony Xperia X Camera Samples: 20 Pictures Taken From the Flagship Smartphone!

    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 Camera Samples: 20 Pictures Taken From the Smartphone

    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.

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    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.

    Sony Xperia X Camera Samples: 20 Pictures Taken From the Smartphone

    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.

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    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.

    Sony Xperia X Camera Samples: 20 Pictures Taken From the Smartphone

    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.

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