One sound piece of advice I carry with me is that a phone isn’t really yours until you customize it to suit your needs, and in many ways that’s true. Downloading the apps that suit your lifestyle, purchasing the necessary hardware for your profession — those are the acts that max out your smartphone’s potential, but there isn’t much point if the phone itself, the one you get fresh out the box, doesn’t excel with the basics. Enter the Sony Xperia XA1.
Let’s take a look at the specs: 3GB RAM, a five-inch touchscreen display and an easy-to-navigate interface. Options for connectivity include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 4G. Not to mention the fact that the rest of the machine boasts a ton of processing power and long battery life. The XA1 is a device that pretty much covers all the bases of what to look for in a smartphone, except it’s more jacked, so basic activities like messaging, using apps, and adjusting settings are a breeze.