The latest Sony Xperia XZ flagship was recently showcased at IFA 2016 and today we just got word that the respective beast of a droid will land in the US of A, home of the free, land of the brave in a couple of weeks, on October 2nd with a price tag of $699.
Best Buy is continuing its price slashing policy we all enjoyed for the last month or so by offering the world its latest hot deal: Sony’s Xperia X and Xperia X performance. After more or less massive discounts for Samsung’s Galaxy S7, the LG V10 and the Moto G4, now it’s Sony’s turn to get rid of its old inventory, and that’s great news for us, chickens, looking for a good deal.
If you want to put your greedy little hands on a brand new, unlocked and loaded (really, you get $50 of Amazon credit on top) Sony Xperia X Compact, droid-lovers rejoice, because starting from like, now, you can pre-order your precious for $499,99, courtesy of Amazon.com.
The latest Sony Xperia X Compact just landed in the European Union with a price tag of €449. Truth be told, the respective droid was spotted in Benelux, which means Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, but since the EU is a common market without tariffs and things of that nature, if a merchandise is available in any of the EU countries, it can be ordered without a problem from each of the EU’s 28 member states. You see what I did here, right?
If you remember last year’s best “selfie smartphone” also known as Sony Xperia C4, the good news is that today you can get a brand new one/factory unlocked for just $150 from Best Buy.
Sony Xperia X is a solid mid-ranger as far as droids go, but truth be told, the price asked initially for this smartphone was pretty much out of line, and I really mean that.
The Japanese tech giant just announced the latest smartphones in its portfolio today at IFA 2016, the likes of Sony Xperia XZ and the Xperia X Compact.
Earlier today, we told you about the Xiaomi Amazefit… which you can’t purchase unless you reside in China. Now we are going to take a look at another regional wearable with the Sony FES Watch U, which is seeking funding to make it to the masses.
Remember that Sony Xperia X Compact we told you about yesterday? We didn’t have a clear picture of what it had under the hood, but today the veil has been lifted and we know just a little bit more about the Sony Xperia X Compact specs.
Whenever you plunk down your hard earned cash for an expensive smartphone, it’s always nice to know it will see upgrades for several years. Lots of folks are wondering if their favorite device will get the Android 7.0 Nougat update, and if you sport a Sony handset, wonder no more.