The Sony Xperia X pre-order has kicked off in the United States. The Sony Xperia X pre-order is open through Best Buy, Amazon, B&H and Reagan Wireless for US$549.99 (AU$758). With every pre-order, the customer can also get a free 128GB MicroSD memory card.The next generation of Xperia branded smartphone line-up includes the Xperia X Performance, Xperia X, Xperia XA and Xperia XA Ultra.
Pre-order for Xperia X Performance will begin from June 17. The device will arrive with a price tag of US$699.99 (AU$964). Customers who pre-book a Sony Xperia X Performance will also get a free 128GB memory card, confirmed Sony.
Furthermore, the Xperia XA Ultra and Xperia XA pre-orders will commence from June 19. Sony’s Xperia X Ultra (with free 64GB MicroSD memory card) will cost US$369.99 (AU$510) whereas the Xperia XA will come with a price tag of US$279.99 (AU$386). The Xperia XA will also be accompanied by a free memory card.
All the four aforementioned new Sony handsets will bring in three free Sony Pictures movies. Moreover, with every Sony Xperia X pre-order customers can also get a Sony Quick Charger (UCH10).
The Sony Xperia X Performance, Xperia X, and Xperia XA will come in White, Graphite Black, Lime Gold and Rose Gold color variants. The Sony Xperia XA Ultra will be available in White, Graphite Black and Lime Gold.
The elegant new Xperia X series of smartphones will ship with most advanced camera technologies in the market.
Sony’s Xperia X smartphone features a 5-inch Full HD Triluminos display with curved glass panel. Powered by a 64-bit hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor, the device runs on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Other Sony Xperia X specs include 3GB of RAM, 32GB of native memory which is expandable up to 200GB and 23-megapixel Exmor RS main camera sensor. The smartphone to boast up to two days of battery life, claims Sony Mobile.
“Xperia X series is designed to let you interact with the world around you in exciting ways, making lives more enjoyable and delivering new intelligence that sets it apart,” said Kunihiko Shiomi, president at Sony Mobile Communications North America in a press note.