If you are in the US and have been waiting for Sony's new Xperia X series smartphones, here's some good news: the Xperia X, X performance, XA, and XA Ultra are all now available to pre-order in the country.
A couple of third party retailers, including Best Buy and B&H Photo, are currently accepting the pre-orders.
Sony has already announced the US availability and pricing details for the devices. For those who missed, the Xperia X will go on sale starting June 26 carrying a $550 price tag, while the X performance and XA will both land on July 17 carrying $700 and $280 price tags, respectively. Finally, the Xperia XA Ultra will see its US launch happening on July 24. It will set you back $370.
Ok here you go then , the teo most important paragraphs from Anandtech: Moving on to our saturations test, its evident that Sony is targeting either a different gamut from sRGB or just using the native gamut of the display here as theres fai...
Even other product than cellphone like television, they have already loss to Samsung, LG, and Vizio in the US.
The fingerprint scanner is not removed, it is just not enabled by default. It has been said that Sony has issues with the patent.