The Sony Xperia X lineup is getting more attention. Especially with the US launch weeks away. Sony details in a press release that only pre-orders for the Xperia X are live today with Best Buy, Amazon, B&H, and Reagan Wireless. You can begin to pre-order the other 3 Xperia devices starting on June 17.
Customers who pre-order either the Xperia X ($550) or Xperia X Performance ($700) will receive a free 128GB micro SD card. Customers who pre-order the Xperia XA Ultra ($370) will also get a free 64GB SD card and those who’d like to preorder the Xperia XA ($280) will get a free microSD card. The press release doesn’t specify the amount of storage of the microSD card, but remember, pre-orders for the other devices aren’t live until June 17.
Customers who pre-order any of these devices will also receive three free Sony Pictures movie downloads. And finally, customers who pre-order either the Xperia X Performance or Xperia X will also get Sony-branded (UCH10) Quick Charge 2.0 wall adapter, which should have be included with the phone to begin with.
"You can begin to pre-order the other 3 Xperia devices starting on June 17" Well...it's june 17, 3pm pst, and the Xperia xa isn't shown on any of those sites. Are you sure it's today?
International version might have the fingerprint reader, but it does not have warranty. What happens when your $500 phone runs into issues...what then?
I was going to order one, but now knowing there's no fingerprint I will wait for the international version to be sold online.