Sony launches the 64GB, dual SIM Xperia XZ in India
There is good news yet for Indians as officially, Sony has seen it fit to bring the newly manufactured Xperia XZ into their country also. While you can start to make pre-orders for your own unit of this smartphone from the 1st of October, it would officially go on sale and start hitting the hands of waiting customers on the 10th of the same month and for those who would like to buy either online or offline, it would be offered through Amazon and a lot of brick and mortar stores respectively.
The model that is going to the Indian market is the one that makes use of dual SIMs and has an internal storage space of 64GB. When it comes to the price of the handset, you would have to shell out INR 51,900 to get this one. Considering the exchange rate and the international market, this would be the equivalent of $780 elsewhere.
For those that would be getting their on pre-order tough, know that you are entitled to an additional Sony SWR30 SmartBand which would initially cost INR 8990 ($135)
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