Designer Suman Chatterjee created a very interesting concept, the Sony Xperia X, a smartphone that aims to be a rival for the HTC One handset, if we consider its diagonal and features. You should probably know that this Android device has its on/off button placed at the top, the volume control on the right and the front camera has a flash.
The front cam’s flash is integrated with Smart Flash technology, that enables autofocus and face recognition during video calls and photography. It also enables quality videos and photos during low light. There are dual speakers at the base of this slim handset, that’s also quite elongated. The phone measures 7.1 mm in thickness, weighs 138 grams and packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad core CPU at 1.7 GHz. It runs Android 4.2.2, uses 2 GB of DDR2 RAM and 32/64 GB of storage.
The camera at the back is a 16 megapixel Exmor RS unit with dual flash, while upfront we’ve got a 3.2 MP shooter with Exmor R. Finally, we’ve also got a removable Li-Polymer battery with a capacity of 2700 mAh, plus a GPS and digital compass also on board. NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi and DLNA are all here as well. So, what do you think of this design, is it a worthy Xperia Z successor?
[Thanks Suman Chatterjee]