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Gadget Review – Sony Xperia XA Hands On Review

Sony Xperia XA Hands-On Review

Hi guys welcome back to The Tech Chap where I'm hands on with the new Sony Xperia XA. Smartphone, I think the Xperia XA is
actually the most interesting of the three new X-series phone Sony has just
announced, it's the least powerful has a lower resolution display is not just all
was approved but I love the design, It's thinner, it's lighter and it's more comfortable to hold than the X or the XP and the fact that the size of basically no bezels
at all gives it quite a unique look and feel
despite having a similar style to the other Xperia phones so I may suffer in
terms of specs compared to the other devices this mid-range option is still
pretty capable of the five inch 720p display, 13 megapixel rear camera and the
latest Android 6 – Marshmallow software the Mediatek MT6755 processor won't
break any speed records of course even if it is a 64 bit odd courtship and it
doesn't have to be divisive RAM compared with the three on X and the XP models
but still felt smooth and responsive in my hands on tests the only area
performance seemed to suffer a little bit was in the boot speed test, but taking only a few seconds longer than XP with it's powerful Snapdragon 820, that's actually pretty impressive. It's a bit of a shame, the XA has a plastic
body compared to its more expensive metal brothers, but are still feels great in
the hand, it helps make the lightest of the three smartphones just a 138 grams, at some point 7.9Mm thick it's also the thinnest
of the trio of possibility and thin bezels are your cup of tea in the XA
will be the one for you the 16 GB of built-in storage may
be an issue for some, but the good news is that it does support expandable
memory in the form of microSD cards up to 200 GB in capacity. So despite
this modest specs I think the XA.

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Actually the most interesting of the new
Xperia phones I wish the X and the XP. Had the same design it's amazing how
much difference just getting the side bezels makes to giving the phone a more
modern and sleek look. I think the X and the XP look a little bit dated when sat
side-by-side with the XA, all three of Sony's new smartphones are due to be
released in the summer, but pricing hasn't been confirmed, although the XA
will be the cheapest of the three. I think I should be the most popular as
well, since the X and the XP have strong competition the forms of Galaxy S7
and LG G5 flagships was the entry level XA they will still try to compete in a
pretty crowded market does have a unique and interesting style which i think a
lot of people will actually really like What do you think? Are you excited for the
new Xperia phones? Would you go for the X, XA or the XP? Let me know in the
comments below and check out my Xperia X.

And XP hands-on reviews as well as a
full comparison between all three of the newly unveiled Xperia X devices coming
very soon on my channel, thank you very much for watching please do it like and
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