Sony Xperia X vs Xperia X Compact Review: Major Differences In Display And Camera
In its Xperia lineup, Sony has introduced two new smartphones this year: the Xperia X and Xperia X Compact. Aside from a few difference to be found here and there, these two phones are quite common in their specs. Let us dive deeper and see what these two have to offer.
Under the hood, there is not much of difference. The Sony Xperia X runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Hexa Core Processor clocked at 2.0 Ghz. On the other hand, its sibling Xperia X Compact derives its processing power from Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 Hexa-Core processor which is clocked at 1.8 Ghz.
In the display segment, the Sony Xperia X has a 5-inch Triluminos display with 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Sony Xperia X Compact has a smaller 4.6-inch display at 128 x 720 Pixels.
Concerning inbuilt storage and RAM, both the phones have 32 GB on board and have 3 GB of RAM. The Xperia X can be expanded up to 200 GB through a microSD card, whereas the Xperia X Compact can hold 256 GB of storage through a microSD.
Both the phone offer great cameras at their value. As always, Sony has marked upon its legacy of having a great camera. The Sony Xperia X has a 23 MP back camera and a 13 MP front camera. These promise great imagery, showing off brilliant lights and colors. The X Compact has a 13 MP back camera and a 5 MP selfie camera. Cameras The cameras in both the phones support full HD recording.
The phones are quite a bit of powerhouse, if not so much. With moderate usage, they can somehow manage to last an entire day. The Xperia X has a 2630 mAH battery whereas the X Compact has a slightly bigger 2700 mAH battery.
Both of these phones run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
Deciding between these phones could very well be based on their displays and camera, since regarding memory and processors, and batteries it does not have much of difference.