Deal: Sony Xperia XA Ultra price drops down to $180, the lowest price to date
Despite the fact that it was launched more than a year ago, the Xperia XA Ultra's price hasn't dropped that much. In fact, the mid-range device barely dropped to $200 back in July, but only briefly.
Today, Amazon and B&H have decided to make the Xperia XA Ultra more affordable than ever. Those looking to buy a decent Sony smartphone that doesn't cost a fortune can now get the Xperia XA Ultra for just $180, which will save them $70 from the MSRP.
There's a catch though, as both retailers only offer the Graphite Black model at such a low price. The other two – White and Lime Gold – haven't been discounted yet, so you'll have to pay the full price if you don't like the Black version.
Specs-wise, the Xperia XA Ultra offers decent specs for a mid-range handset, but if you're a tech-savvy there might be a drawback as Sony has yet to confirm whether or not the phone will get the latest Android 8.0 Oreo update.
To remind you, Sony's Xperia XA Ultra packs a 2GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor, coupled with 3GB RAM and 16GB expandable storage.
Also, the smartphone sports a massive 6-inch display with full HD resolution and an impressive 21-megapixel rear-facing camera. You can learn more about the phablet by reading our Sony Xperia XA Ultra review.