Not every Sony Xperia X Performance comes in this unusual shade of lime-gold, but one of ours did! It's a colorful alternative to grey and black.
But we also did see the phone in a more sober grey shade, too.
The X Performance takes photos through its 23-megapixel camera.
A dedicated camera button launches the app from its locked position, and takes the photo, too.
You'll find a 13-megapixel camera up front for selfies.
The power button can read your fingerprint to unlock the phone in a flash -- if you have the global version.
But it isn't available on Performance phones sold in the US; there, the power/lock button snubs your thumbprint.
On the global version, this fingerprint reader is very speedy.
The phone runs Android 6.0.
Overall, the phone's 5-inch screen makes it easy to operate one-handed, a nice change of pace from supersize phones.
The slim sides make for a nice grip.
If you want to expand the phone's storage, the microSD card snugly fits next to the SIM card.
The Performance definitely runs circles around other phones in the Xperia X family, but it'll cost you.