Back at IFA 2016 Sony introduced two new smartphones of it's Xperia series namely the new flagship Xperia XZ and the Xperia X Compact. The latter one is now up for grabs in the United States.
The device shares some DNA with XZ flagship device. As the name suggests it's a compact, mini, version of the Xperia X smartphone.
As far as the technical specs of this device goes, it powers a hexa-core Snapdragon 650 processor paired with 3GB of RAM. The device features a 4.6-inch display, 720p resolution, and in this display the SD650 chipset would deliver the same graphical performance as a Snapdragon 820 would behind a 1080p matrix.
Design is not the only thing that this device has borrowed from Xperia XZ, the highlighting feature of flagship device is it's camera, and that goes for Xperia X Compact too. It packs the same camera with all it's features- 23MP with companies new IMX300 sensor which offers a new autofocus system.
Other features includes color detection, phase detection, and laser-assist to measure distance correctly and track intelligently moving objects. It's a Triple Image Sensing setup which will always provide accurate focus for your images and videos. But there is no 4K video recording and on the front side there's a 5MP selfie cam.