Sony Xperia X now selling for less than $400 in the United States via Amazon
The summer brought the United States a small gift from Sony – all pun intended – as this timeframe saw the launch of the Sony Xperia X in that region and for those that would love to have their own units unlocked, they would have had to shell out $500 as at the time of launch.
Not long after that, they slashed the price on this piece of hardware by a tenth and it started to sell for a cool $450. Again, Amazon has decided to allow even more pocket sizes get the pocket-sized device for the cheapest price that we can ever ask for on a great device as this, and the cheapest it has gone for so far.
Even though the device has sent some time in the market already, that doesn’t take away from the niceties it offers even as a mid-ranger and from Amazon, you can clock yourself a unit of this device with a cash base of just $399, meaning a further $50 of some sort has been removed on the price slash from Sony.
To get it at this price though, you would have to select the Black colour option and if you are adamant on getting others such as the Lime Gold, Rose Gold or White colour options, be ready to shell out $25 more, still a decent deal.
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