The Sony Xperia XZ flagship smartphone has been officially unveiled for India. The device will go on sale in the country starting October 10, with pre-bookings opening October 1. It will be available through both online (Amazon) and offline channels.
The model being launched is the dual SIM one that comes with 64GB internal memory. As for price, the phone carries an MRP of INR 51,990 (around $780) and a "best buy" tag of INR 49,990 (around $750).
Those pre-booking the handset will also get a free Sony SWR30 SmartBand worth INR 8,990 (around $135).
Haha. The ones that should open their eyes are the Sony fanboys. There's a reason why Sony kept losing money before when they tried to target a wider range of audience. People are not stupid, and there is no value in Sony's premium pricing. Now Somy ...
why ??? can't he just use his current phone ??? ... lol sony has still got fans .. lmao !!!!
hahahahahaha .. why would i buy cheap phones like redmi knowing that it is "Made in china" ... yak ... I am enjoying my note 5 ... lol ... see cheap minds know better about cheap phones ... lol !!!