While the Sony Xperia X Compact was already available in Europe through select distribution channels, the Japanese company has now started selling the device there through its online stores as well.
Sony's e-stores in several European markets - including the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, Sweden, and Poland - currently have the device listed on their website. All three color variants are available.
As for price, in the UK, the phone carries a tag of £379, while in Sweden and Poland, it will set you back SEK 4,290 (€444) and PLN 1,999 (€466), respectively. Elsewhere in the region, the device costs €449.
It is on Marshmallow which is known to be worst OS version for battery endurance.
Your comments on plastic, price and battery are just waay off any common sense.... But if you re happy with that argumentation, so be it.
No more flagman cpu in compact? My z5c is 2 times better than this z compact.