Sony’s Xperia E3 gets $50 cheaper in the United States
Things couldn’t get better for customers who would love to acquire the IFA-announced Sony Xperia E3 in the United States. A retailer, Expansys, has brought down the price of the smartphone to an almost unbelievable price line of $139.99.
The online dealer was previously asking $199.99 for the smartphone and now, it looks like there’s no more reason left to discourage you from dipping your hand in the wallet for this smartphone. Interestingly, there are hardly no LTE-enabled smartphone in the market priced as low as this let alone from a big name like Sony.
Sony Xperia E3 comes with a 4.5″ FWVGA display, 1GB of RAM, 5-megapixel camera, FM Radio, Android OS, version4.4.2 (KitKat), 4GB of expandable storage and a matching 2330mAh battery.
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