The long wait is over for fans awaiting the arrival of Sony Xperia X. The new Sony offering hits the shores of the United States and the United Kingdom today.

A report by The BitBag details that US residents can now start pre-ordering the Sony Xperia X. The site lists down Amazon and Best Buy as two of the major retailers now carrying the device.

The Amazon posting places the device at $549.99 and comes with free shipping. The online store also has the device in four available colors namely black, white, lime gold and rose gold. The said posting describes the unit available as “Sony Xperia X 5″ 32GB GSM/LTE Unlocked Smartphone” and comes with U.S. warranty.

However, it is important to note that Amazon highlights at the end of the posting that the product can only be shipped within the United States. If you are planning it as a gift for someone abroad, you may have to check out other retailers.

Meanwhile, the Best Buy posting for the Xperia X places the device at a more expensive price at $699.99. Still, though the retailer has it with a higher price tag, it comes with a free SanDisk 128GB microSD memory card. Best Buy describes the posting as “Sony – XPERIA X Performance 4G LTE with 32GB Memory Cell Phone”.

Sony Xperia X in UK

On the other hand, UK residents holding off on buying the Xperia X should reconsider. The device, along with the much-cheaper Xperia XA, are now available on different carriers. One can also get the device from different online deals.

As per Tech Advisor UK, retailers like Carphone Warehouse and Mobile Phones Direct offer competitive prices for the Xperia X.

The Carphone Warehouse listing offers an exclusive Sony Xperia X Gold version. According to the site, the device comes with plans as low as £31.00 per month. The price of the device sim-free is placed at £469.99.

Meanwhile, Mobile Phones Direct offers the phone for free at a 24-month plan. The plan offers a £24.50 per month price tag alongside unlimited UK texts and UK minutes. Also, an unlimited UK data plan accompanies the device for 2 months.

The Sony Xperia X is the company’s latest offering, following the Z series.