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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The Sony Xperia XA is a slim, good-looking phone that has some high-end charm at a reasonably affordable price, Slim lines and a relatively small screen make the XA easy to handle too, unlike some of the bigger, more expensive XperiasThe good bits are outweighed by the just-sufficient and mediocre elements here, though. Battery life is poor, bad enough to make two charges per day a reality for many, There are also none of the hardware extras we're starting to see jammed into mid-price...
Mid-range is the new high-end. Their cameras are already better than the knackered old Canon in the cupboard and you'll often be hard-pressed to notice the difference between a mid-level phone and a top-end one in day-to-day use.At £229/US$279/AU$389 the...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
The Sony Xperia XA is a slim, good-looking phone that has some high-end charm at a reasonably affordable price, Slim lines and a relatively small screen make the XA easy to handle too, unlike some of the bigger, more expensive XperiasThe good bits are outweighed by the just-sufficient and mediocre elements here, though. Battery life is poor, bad enough to make two charges per day a reality for many, There are also none of the hardware extras we're starting to see jammed into mid-price...
Mid-range is the new high-end. Their cameras are already better than the knackered old Canon in the cupboard and you'll often be hard-pressed to notice the difference between a mid-level phone and a top-end one in day-to-day use.At $279 (£229, AU$389) the...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-10-18
Slim design, Simple interface, Decent selfie cameraWeak battery life, Disappointing camera, Screen is only 720p
Mid-range is the new high-end. Their cameras are already better than the knackered old Canon in the cupboard and you'll often be hard-pressed to notice the difference between a mid-level phone and a top-end one in day-to-day use.At $279 (£229, AU$389) t...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-28
SINGAPORE - Sony's first high-end X-series phone, the Xperia XZ, will be released here on Oct 15 for $998 (no telco contract).The X range is traditionally known for its mid-range phones, while Sony's more premium phone models fall under the Z series.The X...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2016-08-28
Attractive designPoor audio, Average battery, Occasional performance lags
You shouldn't judge a book by its cover, and in the same way you shouldn't judge a phone just on how it looks. Case in point is the Sony Xperia XA – it looks really nice at first glance, but after spending some time with the phone you'll soon discover tha...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-08-20
With a super-skinny bezel, the Sony Xperia XA is a great-looking phone that's comfortable to use in one handIts low screen resolution, short-lived battery and meagre amount of built-in storage are major setbacks. Sony has loaded the phone with a horrible mess of bloatware
Sony's recent phones, such as the Xperia X, have been too blocky to be called truly stylish. Not so with the Xperia XA. This 5-inch phone has an edge-to-edge display with only the merest sliver of a bezel. It gives the XA a lusciously premium look that be...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
With a superskinny bezel, the Sony Xperia XA is a greatlooking phone that's comfortable to use in one hand.Its low screen resolution, shortlived battery and meagre amount of builtin storage are major setbacks. Sony has loaded the phone with a horrible mess of bloatware
Sony's recent phones, such as the Xperia X , have been too blocky to be called truly stylish. Not so with the Xperia XA. This 5-inch phone has an edge-to-edge display with only the merest sliver of a bezel. It gives the XA a lusciously premium look that b...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
With a super-skinny bezel, the Sony Xperia XA is a great-looking phone that's comfortable to use in one handIts low screen resolution, short-lived battery and meagre amount of built-in storage are major setbacks. Sony has loaded the phone with a horrible mess of bloatware
Sony's recent phones, such as the Xperia X , have been too blocky to be called truly stylish. Not so with the Xperia XA. This 5-inch phone has an edge-to-edge display with only the merest sliver of a bezel. It gives the XA a lusciously premium look that b...
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unbox.ph
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
Sony has put the Xperia Z lineup of smartphones to bed for the time being and has decided to concentrate their efforts where today's battles in smartphone sales make the most impact, the mid-ranged segment. The Japanese brand introduced the X series durin...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-08-14
slim casing, dedicated camera button, micro-SD slot with App2SD, Micacast, USB OTG and DLNA support, 5 GHz WiFi, decent front-facing camera with autofocus, bright screen, decent total performance, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, good call quality via earpiece,...short battery life, no fingerprint scanner, touchscreen issues in review sample, poor hands-free performance, primary camera's focus issues in videos, non-removable battery, No Pump Express+ 2.0 charger included
Golden times? Sony sends a new designer piece into the smartphone mid-range ring dubbed Xperia XA. Particularly esthetes should notice the thin lateral display bezel and the unadorned build right away. But are the inner values enough to keep the rivals at...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Attractive bezel-less design, Solid camera performance, Expandable storage, NFC and dual-band Wi-FiRelatively pricey, Sluggish performance, Lackluster display, Mediocre battery life
The Xperia XA ($279.99) is the third phone in Sony's Xperia X series to see a US launch. Like the Xperia X and the Xperia X Performance, the Xperia XA is a 5-inch unlocked Android phone. The only physical difference between the XA and its siblings is that...
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laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-30
Stylish design and exceptionally thin sides, Quick charging and useful battery modes, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a simplified UI with useful pre-installed apps, Reasonable performance thanks to MediaTek MT6755 Helio P10Low sound, Poor battery life, High exterior temperatures after a continuous workload
Sony officially announced its brand new Xperia X lineup along with the first three Xperia X models at this year's MWC in Barcelona, which took place in February. Back then we acquainted you with these three devices, but it was very recently that we manage...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2016-07-27
Desirable design, great price, NFCDim display, bloatware, performance hiccups, battery won't last a day
WE FEARED that Sony might finally have come off the tracks with the Xperia X. Can the cheaper Xperia XA right the wrongs, or is it on a collision course with disappointment once more? Design The Sony Xperia XA is a conundrum. We were none too taken by it...
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v3.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-25
Desirable design, great price, NFCDim display, bloatware, performance hiccups, battery won't last a day
We feared that Sony might finally have come off the tracks with the Xperia X. Can the cheaper Xperia XA right the wrongs, or is it on a collision course with disappointment once more? Design The Xperia XA is a conundrum. We were none too taken with its b...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-15
Reasonably good camera and touchscreenPoor fit and finish, Questionable aesthetics, Short battery life, Slow performance, Far better value phones available
Sony's high-end flagship smartphones such as the latest Xperia X and the slightly older Xperia Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium may have had their flaws, but they were still good smartphones that held their own against the competition or had something noteworthy...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-13
Slim design, Simple interface, Decent selfie cameraWeak battery life, Disappointing camera, Screen is only 720p
Mid-range is the new high-end. Their cameras are already better than the knackered old Canon in the cupboard and you'll often be hard-pressed to notice the difference between a mid-level phone and a top-end one in day-to-day use.At £229/US$279/AU$389 the...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-12
The Xperia doesn't have a fingerprint sensor, but it looks more expensive than its £240 price tag - the XA can now be found for as low as £170 on Amazon. With its smooth, soft touch rear and gently rounded corners, the XA is on of Sony's most comfortable-...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-11
Cool edgetoedge display and likable design, Decent general performance, Separate camera shutter keyLacks a fingerprint scanner, Battery life is below average, Camera quality is uninspiring, Lacks proper 4G LTE bands in the United States, Overpriced
The Sony Xperia XA is a new and affordable 5-inch Android phone that aims to win your attention with its eye-catchy looks and futuristic, edge-to-edge display. Powered by the Helio P10 system chip that is often used in even more affordable phones out of...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-11
For the past few years, the company has updated its Xperia Z range almost every six months, an act that not only frustrates Sony fans locked into two-year contracts who see several new handsets hit the market, but also makes us wonder if Sony is clutching...
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3g.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-07
Stylish, Strong frontfacing camera, Octacore processorOnly a 720p screen, Weak battery, Not great value
This year rather than rolling out a successor to the Xperia Z5 , Sony has launched a new X-range, with the Xperia X Premium the closest thing to a flagship from the company in 2016 and the Xperia XA sitting at the bottom of the range.But at £240 SIM free...
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