Sony seems doesn’t made up things that perfect in the US market because to a lack of handset availability, thus the new sub $300 price tag for the Xperia XA Uptra may help the scales. Amazon is currently selling the Sony Xperia XA Ultra with a Class10 microSD card for just $289, more than $70 cut off the handsets launch price of $369.99.
Amazon listing provides a better chance to grab a black or white Xperia XA Ultra with 16GB storage, complete with a bundled 64GB Class10 SD card. Smartphone, that originally launched in the United States back in July of this year with a price-tag set for $369.99. Now it looks like consumers are beefed with this offer, plus the value of the free memory card.
For details of the hardware, the Xperia XA Ultra still offer some great and decent specifications for that particular asking price. The handset comes with a 6-inch 1080p Full HD display, an Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P10 processor, jammed by 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. There’s still a 21MP rear facing camera, a wide-angle 16MP selfie shooter, and a slightly disappointing 2700mAh battery.
Overall, the Xperia XA Ultra supports all of the major carriers in the U.S. market. Hurry! We are not sure if or when this offer will end. Interested ones can click one of the buttons to quickly snag the deal from Amazon.
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