Sony Xperia XA Ultra is already $57 cheaper in the US, two days after launch

Vlad, 29 July, 2016

This has got to be some kind of a record. Sure, price cuts soon after launch are nothing new for Sony's X family smartphones in the US - after all, it only took around two weeks for us to see a $50 discount for the Xperia X, while the X Performance took four days to go from $700 to $579.99.

Yet the Xperia XA Ultra became available in the US two days ago. And now it's already being sold by Amazon for $57 less than before. The phone's recommended retail price is $369.99, but the mega retailer is selling the black version for $312.22. That's almost 16% off. In two days.

It goes without saying then that this is great for people who like the XA Ultra but didn't find its initial price in the States very enticing. Unfortunately there's no telling if Amazon's new price is a limited time offer or not, so if you feel this is a fair amount to pay for the Xperia XA Ultra, then perhaps you should buy one as soon as possible.



Reader comments

  • AnonD-566983
  • 01 Aug 2016
  • PEI

same question here.....

  • AnonD-566943
  • 01 Aug 2016
  • 9GR

Dear Liv, since Andriod-5 came out bragging 30% better/lower battery usage ... the manufacturers are decreasing their battery size by approx 300mah. Since most source their batteries from vendors it save them cost. That's why its 2700mah u r complain...

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