Sony has just announced its newest compact smartphone for their consumers — the Xperia X Compact. It’s the latest Android from the Japanese maker to sport the ‘compact’ name. Let’s compare it to the Xperia Z5 Compact of last year and find out which one is better on paper.
As it turns out, the new Xperia Compact handset is not the same as before. It’s not exactly a compact version of the Sony flagship smartphone. Well, it’s an Xperia X Compact phone, so it basically borrows its features from the Xperia X which is not the company’s flagship device.
It has lost quite a number of features like 4K recording and the IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. In return, Sony is giving you an upgrade to 3GB of RAM and new hardware features – you can now enjoy Hi-Fi audio on the go and play around with the reversible USB-C port.
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