Unlocked variant of Sony Xperia X gets a price cut of $80 in the US, the handset can now be bought for as low as $399. Sony launched the Xperia X flagship back in June this year at a price tag $550 for the unlocked model. Not long after the price dropped down by $70 and now it got cheaper by another $80 – that’s $150 off the original price.
Currently the Amazon is selling the Xperia X unlocked for just $399 – the Black and the Lime Gold version of the phone is available at this price. The Rose Gold and White color variant of the Xperia X costs $424, which is $55 cheaper from it’s listed price – and $25 more than the Black and Lime Gold model. Sony Xperia X is still a solid mid-ranger device, and now at $399 it is more powerful for this price range.
[Update] Now all color models of XPeria X are available for $389.
We don’t know how long this deal will last, so if you want to get the Xperia X handset, don’t wait for long and make a quick decision before the unit lasts.
The unlocked version of Sony Xperia X is compatible with GSM/LTE carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Straight Talk, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Bright spot, Net10, h20 Wireless, Cricket Wireless. Going by the other specs, it features a Sony Exmor RS 23 MP main camera, 13 MP front-facing camera with a Sony 22mm wide-angle lens and a 5-inch Curved edge 2.5D glass display and seamless metal back design.