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Deal Alert: Sony Xperia XA Ultra price falls below $300

Amazon is currently selling the Sony Xperia XA Ultra with a Class10 microSD card for just $289, more than $70 off the handset's launch price of $369.99.
August 8, 2016
Xperia XA Ultra 300USD price drop

Sony hasn’t had much luck in the US market historically, partly thanks to a lack of handset availability, but perhaps the new sub $300 price tag for the Xperia XA Ultra will help tip the scales.

Amazon is currently listing both the black and white 16GB Xperia XA Ultra handsets, complete with a bundled 64GB Class10 microSD card, for just $298.48. The smartphone originally launched in the US back in July of this year with a price tag set at $369.99. So there’s more than a $70 saving with this offer, plus the value of the free memory card.

For hardware, the Xperia XA Ultra still offers some very decent specifications for its asking price. The handset comes with a 6-inch 1080p display, an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. There’s also a 21 megapixel rear camera, a wide-angle 16 megapixel selfie camera, and a slightly disappointing 2,700mAh battery. Overall, that’s a pretty potent combination for the cash, especially if you’re looking for good smartphone camera that won’t break the bank. Importantly, the XA Ultra supports all of the major carriers in the US.

Sony Xperia X series hands-on

It’s not clear if or when this offer will end. If you’re interested, click one of the buttons below to quickly snag yourself the deal from Amazon.