Sony Xperia X 64GB Black prices in Philippines

The Xperia X is a smartphone released by Sony in 2016. Here are some specifications & features to look out for! It features a 1080 x 1920pixels display with 441ppi and weighs 153g. This device also comes with a 23MP rear camera & a 13MP front camera, as well as a 2620mAh battery capacity.
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Sony Xperia X 64GB Black Specs

Screen Size 5"
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Pixel Density 441ppi
Scratch Resistant
Water Resistant
Rear Camera Resolution 23MP
Front Camera Resolution 13MP
Dual camera
Expandable Memory
Internal Storage 64GB
Card Slot
Battery Capacity 2620mAh
Talk Time 19h
Processor Hexa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 153g
Body Material Metal
Dimensions (W x H x D) 69.4 x 142.7 x 7.9mm
Release Year 2016
Colours Black
Face Recognition
3D Touch
FM Radio
Fingerprint Scanner
Iris Scanner
LED Notification Light
Heart Rate Sensor
Virtual Reality Capable
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a
USB Connectors Micro-USB
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Dual SIM

Sony Xperia X 64GB Black Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
Update: We now have the Sony Xperia X in our hands ready for our full review. Keep your eyes peeled to see our full verdict on Sony's latest flagship in the coming days.The Sony Xperia X is a curious device. I say curious because I don't really know what...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-06
Performance, Beautiful displayNone
Smartphones are now a staple in everyday life. You'd find it hard pressed to find someone in this age who doesn't own a smartphone. Every few months a new smartphone would pop up with new features, better hardware and each targeting a certain market, rang...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-26
Sony has been innovating in the market with their phones, bringing in new features that eventually are adopted by their competitors, such as IP 68 rating and a great camera sensor. Their smartphones can be a hit or miss to certain segments of the market...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-10
Bare Android UI is fast, preinstalled apps are useful, good selfie camera, long battery lifePoor main camera, average performance, pricey
Sony is hoping to make a comeback with its new Android range, the Xperia X.Sony Mobile's decision to retire the Xperia Z range came as no surprise – the sales were tanking largely due to fierce competition from Chinese manufacturers.The mobile arm of the...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-27
The Sony Xperia X is a curious product. While its innards are not exactly flagship level – its choice of processor comes to mind – it is clearly not a mid-ranger either, packing 3GB of memory and a 23-megapixel shooter with a large f/2.0 aperture.Sony, it...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-14
Sony's accumulated technology practise can be held in the palm of your hand, thanks to the Xperia X.The Xperia X is the mid-level device from Sony's stable of mobile devices, bringing together technology most of us are familiar with from Sony's DSLRs, TVs...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-03
After having spent the last 2 weeks with the Sony Xperia X, I'm starting to think that the reviews you find on the net are overly critical of the Xperia X. It isn't a value-for-money phone and for a price at $898, I would have expected much more from it...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-27
We've taken a look at two of the smartphones from Sony's X series, the XA and the XA Ultra, and we've saved the best for last. At least until the X Performance, plus the recently leaked Xperia XR and X Compact , land at Unbox HQ. For now, we're going to b...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-27
Curved glass is fantastic to swipe on, Fingerprint sensor is faster than any other device, including the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6S, The S650 is a pretty capable chip — more powerful than the Z3's S801, The device charges really fast‘STAMINA' mode isn't really the old STAMINA mode, No waterproofing, No Gorilla or Dragontrail glass, leading to poor scratch and shatter protection, Slippery, Not value for money at all
When Sony was rumoured to be announcing the Xperia X series, fans of had dared to raise their hopes a little. The Snapdragon 810 had relegated the previous two flagship devices to a decidedly far lower level than what we had seen before with the Xperia Z3...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-25
Toptier camera, Dependable battery, Excellent displayNo waterproofing, Lessthanadequate CPU, Bloatware
Sony's button placement, like the Z5, is odd, but works. All buttons are on the right side, starting with a large power button in the middle, then under it a volume rocker, and under that a camera shutter button. Yes, Sony is one of the only companies tha...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Combining two phones in one review may seem counterintuitive, and I don't mean to confuse you. Quite the opposite, given the similarities here, since Sony chose to stick to a familiar design philosophy for both that almost makes them indistinguishable. An...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-06
Growing up, I was and still am a huge fan of Sony. From the early days of PlayStation to its VIAO series of laptops, Sony has never made me doubt its ability to provide great products time and time again. As a proud owner of the Sony Xperia Z3 for the pas...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-03
Impressive Display, Compact Design, microSD card supportOverpriced, No Waterproofing, Slow Camera
It is not often that a device from Sony ends up puzzling us but we must confess to feeling bemused after using the Xperia X. The device was originally promised to be a Samsung Galaxy S7 killer, but does not even come close. Period. We had high hopes from...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-02
elegant chassis, fingerprint sensor, 20 GB free storage space, Android 6.0, WiFi 802.11ac and LTE, high voice quality, good camera, bright display, high system performance, good battery lifeexpensive, no 4K video recordings, throttling under full load, poor micro SD transfer rates, non-removable battery, quick-charge power adapter only for a surcharge
Ambitious. The Sony Xperia X wants to be a top smartphone and a photo artist in one device. Although the 5-inch Android system brings many features and high performance, is cannot fully meet its high, self-defined claims...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-31
Stylish design and metal construction, Quick charging and useful power saving modes, Fingerprint scanner, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a simplified UI with useful pre-installed apps, Reasonable exterior temperatures after heavy workloads, 23MP camera with...A bit more expensive than expected, Lack of 4К video recording
After the publication of our Sony Xperia XA quick review, the time has come for Xperia X. We have now finished the tests of this model, and we just have to share the results with you. Xperia X is a high-end smartphone, although it's not Sony's flagship mo...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-20
Last week we reviewed the Xperia XA , the entry-level model in Sony's new range of smartphones. Here we look at the flagship, the Xperia X. Priced at $799, the Sony Xperia X is clearly aimed at the market just below premium models like the Apple iPhone...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-15
Beautiful design, Frontfacing stereo speakers, Amazing performance, Good cameraShort battery life, Only 3GB of RAM, Surprising vibration during playback
Sony has bid goodbye to its flagship Xperia Z series in favor of their new line of Xperia X smartphones. Sitting on the top of the series is the Xperia X Performance that sports the best mobile processor available, high-resolution cameras, and a new desig...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
DAILY STAR ONLINENo, you're not seeing double.These are the latest devices from Sony and although they may look the same, these are two very different smartphones.After being unveiled back in February, Sony's Xperia X and XA are now on sale in the UK but...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
The Sony Xperia smartphones have come a long way. After the Xperia Z series experienced multiple iterations (from the first phone in 2013 to the Z5 trio ). Sony finally decided that the old flagship smartphone line-up was due for an overhaul. The phone's...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-08
Good screen, fast fingerprint scanner, impressive soundstage, clean Android experienceBland and unintuitive design, so-so camera, heat problems, ridiculous price
SONY IS realigning its Xperia line in an attempt to gain a stranglehold in the space currently dominated by Samsung, HTC, OnePlus and the like. But does X mark the sweet spot for Sony's latest attempt? Design Sony has had some success in the smartphone m...
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