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The Sony Xperia X isn't a showstopping device, but it's one that's easy to use.

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A 23-megapixel rear camera is its standout feature, but not its only charm.

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The phone also runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which has some great features to preserve battery life, and it runs swiftly.

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My favorite thing about the Xperia X is the fact that the phone, with its straight sides and 5-inch screen, is easy to hold in one hand.

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It's also easier than most to pocket.

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I love the dedicated camera shutter button below the volume rocker.

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The SIM card tray is on the left.

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That fingerprint sensor is incredibly accurate for most regions, but Sony disables this for the US, which makes the Xperia X a lesser device for in the States.

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Sony doesn't add too many additional apps to Google's Android software.

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For a deeper breakdown of specs compared to other phones in the same price range, head to our full Sony Xperia X review.

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