Grab Sony Xperia XZ With Free Memory Card For Just $400, Details Here!
The Sony Xperia XZ has received a new price cut in the United States. The device has got a good price cut and if anyone from US planning to get Xperia XZ then must see this deal on Amazon. A quick look at the Sony Xperia XZ's Amazon listing reveals that buyer can grab the smartphone for as low as $399.99!!!
However, this isn't the first time when the Xperia XZ's price has dropped to this level. The latest deal on Amazon also includes a free 64GB microSD card. The Sony Xperia XZ may not be the newest model anymore, as honor belongs to the 960fps-shooting XZs but then also it is still pretty well-specced smartphone currently.
According to the deal, for the $400, the buyer will get a Gorilla Glass 4-covered 5.2" 1080p display, a Snapdragon 820, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage with microSD expansion. The camera quality of the device is awesome as it features a 23MP camera and comes with the IP65/68 rating, which makes the device water resistance. The fingerprint sensor doesn't work on the US model but that can be remedied by flashing some international firmware, according to Android Police.
Interestingly, the Xperia XZ listings without microSD cards cost exactly the same as those that do include the 64GB Sony card at $399.99. However, the listings with microSD cards are listed as being in limited quantities, so the buyer might have to hurry if he/she want one, as reported by GSM Arena.
All of those Xperia XZ devices are available in three colors: black, blue, and silver. The Xperia XZ can also be had with Sony's SBH70 Bluetooth headset for $479.99. The importance of this deal can be evaluated on the basis that it was launched back in 2016 carrying a whopping $700 price tag.
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