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Sony’s X Compact is the best-looking yet in the small range. However, the quest to attract more eyes brought about a few too many sacrifices. Compared to the Z5 Compact, it’s a slightly underpowered and fragile offering.

Update: Sony’s smaller X-series phone may not have been what we hoped it would be, but thankfully it has gotten better over time thanks to the update to Android Nougat.

This brings the enhanced Doze mode to users, which will save battery during the day, too, instead of just at night. You’ll also be able to split windows to essentially use two apps at the same time. 

With Android O about to release, small phone fans will be happy to know that we’ve recently heard via Slash Gear that the X Compact will receive the update.

Given that this phone is an excellent choice if size matters, we’ve added this phone to our specialized list of best compact phones. You’ll find it in good company with the best of Samsung and Apple.

Lastly, we’ve compiled the best Sony Xperia X Compact deals right here.

Original review follows below.

The Sony Xperia X Compact stands for something good. It’s a small phone in a world dominated by palm-stretching phablets. Like the iPhone SE, Sony’s latest is aimed squarely at the people who don’t want to let go of the miniature form factor.

In a market full of devices that look nearly identical to each other, Sony’s X Compact also has a style of its own, refined as ever, and a surprisingly long list of features for a phone its size.

But for all that it is, the Sony Xperia X Compact isn’t the cheapest or the fastest phone you can get your hands on. Heck, last year’s Sony Xperia Z5 Compact houses a slightly faster processor and is now the cheaper, waterproof option that the X Compact isn’t. Once outside of the Sony realm, you’ll find much even more deals on an unlocked Android phone that can run laps around it.

So, what do we make of the X Compact? If you can overlook the high asking price of $499 (£359, not currently available in the AU) there’s a good phone waiting for you on the other end.

For everyone else, the X Compact requires too much sacrifice. It’s a refreshing take on the modern smartphone, but serves as a reminder that size, whether big or small, isn’t everything.

Costs $499 in the US and £359 in the UK starting September 25

GSM network compatible, so only on AT&T and T-Mobile in the US

Sony’s smaller device has launched unlocked for GSM networks in the US and UK for $499 and £359, respectively. That’s $100 more than the baseline iPhone SE and the same price as the larger, FHD screen-packed Nexus 6P.

Previously, Sony’s smartphone offering was more ingrained in the carrier market, though it has quickly transitioned to the unlocked side of things. You can purchase the phone through Amazon in the US, and in the UK, you can buy one on contract at O2, EE, giffgaff, chúng tôi and SIM-free at Carphone Warehouse.

This has enabled the company to more swiftly enter new regions, but it has led to an unexpected downside for those living in the US.


Dazzling design impresses, but comes at the price of waterproofing

For US readers, there’s no fingerprint sensor

The ceramic-mimicking plastic scratches easily under normal use

The naming convention might lead you to believe that the X Compact is just a smaller version of the Sony Xperia X, but that’s not totally the case. Aside from some similarities with the rest of the line, the X Compact is unique with its flat front glass panel, rounded sides and a completely flat top and bottom.

Sony sent along the Universe Black color (that looks more like blue in the sunlight) of the X Compact, which measures in at 129 x 65 x 9.5mm and weighs 135 grams. One of the biggest design feats here is that it feels like a unibody design, though it’s constructed with a mix of Gorilla Glass 4, glossy plastic on its sides, and an oleophobic (oil resistant) plastic on the back that’s influenced by the look and feel of ceramic. While it does give off the high-end look it aims for, it collects small scratches and fingerprint smudges a little too easily.

Under the right light, the ripple effect looks incredible. That is…

…until mysterious scratches begin to appear.

Sony’s Xperia X Compact rocks two front-facing speakers, a selfie camera and a slim bezel. Taking a tour around the phone, the top is where you’ll find the 3.5mm jack. On its other flat end, Sony has opted for USB-C, which has resulted in a thicker chin bezel due to the longer internal section of the port.

Like the Sony Xperia X Performance, and other X-series phones, this one has a microSD and SIM card slot on the left side. It also has the same lineup of buttons on its right side, including the power button, volume rocker and camera capture button. Compared to other phones that usually place the most frequently used buttons near where the index finger rests, Sony has placed them awkwardly near the bottom. Even on a small phone like this one, you’ll likely fumble to make what should be a simple adjustment.

Quite the awkward button setup

If you buy one of these outside of the US, the power button will double as a fingerprint sensor. However, Sony has decided to, once again, strip this feature from the US release. If you’re curious why the company made this choice, check out this piece and let us know if the fingerprint sensor (or a lack thereof) influences your purchase decision.

As you can see, the Sony Xperia X Compact has a lot in common with other Sony phones. It only makes sense. But what doesn’t make sense is that it lacks another signature feature: waterproofing. According to Sony, this phone isn’t even water resistant. It’s a strange turn for Sony’s compact line, which just last generation was fully resistant to dust and water.

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Sony Xperia X Compact Review: This Small Phone’S Camera Will Blow You Away

The Sony Xperia X Compact is a rarity — a small phone with a big, terrific camera. That’s 23 megapixels’ worth of snapping power in a body small enough to fit into almost any pocket. And to me, the pint-size X Compact seems a pretty good fit.

Coming in at $449 and £379, the X Compact is large on charm. (No mention has been made of the X Compact coming to Australia, but hope springs eternal. In the meantime, its US price works out to AU$587, converted.) But the odd exclusion of conveniences found on the X Compact in other countries is a real head-scratcher. For example, buyers in Sony’s home country of Japan get waterproofing and a fingerprint sensor, but UK residents don’t get the H2O resistance, and US users get neither.

If you’re an Android fan looking for a small-screen phone, your choices are few. You’d do right with the Xperia X Compact, so long as you can accept the omissions.

If iPhones are just as good for you, the SE sticks to the same pricing scale — though it has a much smaller display. You can also upgrade to the similarly sized ( iPhone 7$550 at Boost Mobile) or cheaper 6S — but you’ll definitely pay more.

Design and basics

No joke — the first thing you notice about the Sony Xperia X Compact is that it’s small. Or at least, it looks small. The screen is 4.6 inches, a filament smaller than the iPhone 7 (4.7 inches). But its chunky body and thick bezel mean there’s actually more phone in your hand than you’d guess. Still, the X Compact is wonderful to use one-handed.

You will either love or hate its blocky, flat looks — no camera bump here. In a market dominated by superthin phones made of glass and aluminum, the Compact X’s thick plastic demeanor is refreshingly unique, especially in Mist Blue.

The 720-pixel display is bright and sharp, and it handles direct sunlight like a pro. Battery life was a solid 11 hours, 28 minutes in our video loop tests. Some of that longevity comes from it the fact that it runs Android 6.0.1.

The X Compact handled daily-tasks without a problem — posting social media, messaging and watching the occasional “Carpool Karaoke” video. Gaming (FIFA Mobile, Clash Royale) on the X Compact was a breeze, but made me yearn for a bigger screen.

If you own a PS4, Sony’s preloaded PlayStation app connects you to the console as a remote or even a second screen.

Sony Xperia X Performance Review

It’s as if Sony doesn’t realize how cutthroat this market is. Snapdragon 820 performance, waterproofing and microSD support aside, there’s not enough here to recommend this overly expensive Android phone.

Update: Barring a few differences, the Sony Xperia X Performance brings most of the same goods as the Sony Xperia XZ, but for a cheaper price.

Not only has this device become cheaper to purchase since it launched, it has also received a welcome upgrade to Android Nougat. This means that it’s secure and stocked with enhanced battery-saving features and multitasking is even easier thanks to the multi-window mode.

Looking forward, we’ve heard that Android O will be heading to this device. So even though you won’t have the latest specs, you’ll have the latest software.

Original review follows below.

The Sony Xperia X Performance is a phone that makes a statement. It’s just not a very consistent one.

Like the others in the new X series, the Sony Xperia X Performance is really good at waving all the signs of a flagship phone. The eye-grabbing glass and brushed metal design make it enjoyable to look at and its 5.6-inch body fits nicely in one hand.

Underneath the hood, though, there’s a mix of what you’d expect to find in a top-tier smartphone, but with a few unpleasant surprises tossed in.

It contains the high-end Snapdragon 820 processor, but backs it with only 3GB of memory. The waterproof phone comes with the latest build of Android Nougat, offers PS4 Remote Play, and expandable storage. But the screen is limited to 1080p, and the battery capacity is a rather meager 2,700mAh.

These shortcomings would be excusable if the Xperia X Performance were the least bit competitive in price with some of recent unlocked movers-and-shakers, like the OnePlus 3 or ZTE Axon 7. But it’s not even close.

At US$699 (about £541, AU$913), this phone just about doubles the price of some more capable options, even costing slightly more than the Samsung Galaxy S7. It’s puzzling.

For a phone positioned near the top of Sony’s offering, the Xperia X Performance is either woefully under-specced, or just too expensive for what you’re getting. How about both?

If you’re hoping for a flagship smartphone that balances power, design and value in equal measure, you’ll be better served by another phone on our best phones list.


The glass front’s slightly curved edges give off an elegant look

A 1080p screen that is vibrant, but too low-res for the price

Its brushed metal chassis fits perfectly in the hand and pocket

If you’re seen one Xperia device within the past few years, you’ve seen them all. The Xperia X Performance falls neatly into that group, but it’s not a bad thing at all.

Minimalists will love the Xperia X Performance for its subtle design touches. In the rose gold review unit provided to TechRadar by Sony, the brushed metal back and edges nicely play off the ever-so-slightly curved front panel.

The port layout is thoughtfully placed around the phone, and at first glance, it seems that so too are the buttons. While the power and dedicated camera capture buttons are easy to use and access during everyday use, the volume rocker is a bit of a nightmare.

Located on the bottom right side of the trim, it makes a simple task needlessly difficult. The odd reach even caused the phone to slip out of our hands on occasion.

If you’re looking to get this phone in the US, here’s one more knock against the X Performance: it doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor built-in like its UK counterpart. For whatever reason, it has been omitted, though Sony’s website states otherwise.

Given the fashion-forward look of the Xperia X Performance, it’s a delightful surprise that it’s dust and waterproof with a rating of IP68, which means that it can be plunged under water no deeper than a meter (under five feet) for up to a half hour. So a drop into the sink, a puddle, or even the toilet will be fine (just wash it reeeeally well afterward.)

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