Update: The Sony Xperia X has also started getting the November security update.
Original story follows:
If you are in the US, and are in the market for compact flagship smartphone, you might want to take a look at the deal Amazon is currently offering on the Snapdragon 835-powered Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact.
A quick look at the retailer's official website reveals the 4.6-incher is currently being offered for as low as $505.
This, if you compare, translates into a discount of around $100 ($95 to be precise). However, as you can see in the listing, the promo is currently only available on the black variant of the handset, as all others carry a $550 price tag.
There's currently no information on exactly when the deal ends, so those planning to avail it may have to act fast.
Meanwhile, in another Sony-related news, the company has started pushing out a new update to the Xperia X Compact. It's basically a security update - carrying build number 34.3.A.0.244 - that brings along Android fixes for the month of November.
Have it 6 weeks now and love it.
XZ1 compact must be launch in india.
Sorry, I see what you meant. My apologies for jumping to incorrect conclusions. I am just so used to seeing the spec fans on here always wanting "more" even at the detriment of the end design.