Competing well and staying relevant with a mid-range offer in today's market is an almost impossible task. The going is especially tough in India, where many value-driver Chinese manufacturers have focused their expansion efforts in recent years. Since, Sony isn't really known for its aggressive pricing strategy, discounts for devices like the Xperia X, were expected sooner or later.
After slashing INR 10,000 off the rather exuberant INR 48,990 (around $735) launch price last year, Sony has now brought down the Xperia X even more to INR 24,990 (about $375). That is how much the phone will set you back on Flipkart today. Not a bad deal, but still likely a bi steep for many prospective buyers, on the hunt for a top hardware for money purchase.
Speaking of specs, the Xperia X is still no slouch, with its Snapdragon 650 chipset, 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It also packs a 5-inch, 1080p display - rather compact by today's standard, a 2,620 mAh battery and a 23MP main camera with Predictive Hybrid Autofocus technology. Dual-SIM support and 4G LTE connectivity are also part of the mix.
If you do plan on getting an Xperia X, you can check out our full review of the handset for a more in-depth view of what it has to offer.
Sony will not provide warranty for Sony xperia x sold through Omnitech retail on flipkart as it is not authorized seller
Okay I saw the vid comparing HTC 10 and Xperia X. Two things: 1) HTC makes absolute crap phones. I mean, mother of god, my SD 800 Z Ultra launches apps faster than that. 2) Sony, as I already mentioned some time before, has one of the best UX o...
Xz nope but Xperia x yes there was just difference of 10k in them I tried that at store compared with brothers note 3 and performance was similar btw note 3 felt more metallic than Xperia x to think that costs 25k