Sony, having confirmed that the Xperia X is the company’s new flagship device, will not simply remain where they are, but will continue to improve and move forward regardless of the economic climate. Having said that, their Xperia X as well as Xperia X Performance Dual will arrive with 64GB of internal memory, which should be plenty to get the beginner started, and hopefully the amount of actual available space for users will be more than 75%, unlike the Galaxy S7.
A quick recap on what the Xperia X and Xperia X Performance Dual come with – both of these will sport 5″ Full HD displays alongside 23MP cameras at the back, and if you are one who loves snapping selfies (without falling off a cliff, hopefully) then the 13MP front-facing camera would be a boon. Other features include a fingerprint scanner and Android 6.0 Marshmallow in tow.
The Xperia X will be powered by a Snapdragon 650 chipset with 3GB of RAM, while the Xperia X Performance will use the famous Snapdragon 820 chipset with a similar amount of RAM as well, not to mention waterproofing capability. Dual SIM versions of both devices are set to roll out, with the white papers already available, and they will both arrive with 64GB of internal memory – which is double of what the single-SIM models have.