The Sony Xperia XA Ultra has received another price cut in the US, where Amazon is now selling the device for under $300 - $298.48 to be precise. It's been less than a couple of weeks since the device's US launch, and this is already the second price cut it has received.
For those doing the math, that translates into a total discount of over $70 given that the handset's launch price in the US was $369.99. The deal, which is available on both black and white color variants of the handset, also includes a 64GB memory card.
Those interested in availing the deal may have to act fast as the listings currently say that only few units are left in stock.
You mean you will take selfie by a 2MP, do you know you are out-dated?
I can see their r many stupid sony supporters...they r telling that "oh!this is a good/fantastic phone(they will not buy it - remember it)...but they dont know nothing about battery...2700 isnt enough...after some month the battery will lose its capa...
Pixel isnt a big deal .. regulation is the big point...if any smartphone camera has less resulation than the picture wont be so good... My answer is yes..i will buy