The controversy regarding the Sony Xperia X Performance's presence in the UK (or lack thereof) has been put to rest today. The confusion (and anger for some Sony fans) all started back when the company announced that the top of the line member of the new X family wouldn't make it to the UK and Germany, with absolutely no reasoning given.
Then some time later the company changed its tune, saying it won't sell the phone direct to consumers in the UK, but might offer it through certain third party retail partners.
And today this has been confirmed by one of those partners - Clove. This online retailer has started taking pre-orders for the Xperia X Performance, with deliveries expected to start in mid-July (which lines up with the handset's release time frames elsewhere). The price you need to pay for Sony's latest and greatest is £549.
Sony never lose. Buy Samsung and after few month you will know who lose.
imo the sony compacts do perform very well. i am a z3c user myself and very happy with the phone. XP is indeed going to be pricey for what it is. Launching price of £550 in july when you can obtain other 2016 flagships for less doesnt play i...
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