Sony Xperia XA Ultra released in the US as one of the largest Android Marshmallow phones on the market
About a week after releasing the Xperia XA and Xperia X Performance in the US, Sony today started selling the Xperia XA Ultra stateside - a few days later than initially expected. Just like the other Xperia X handsets, the XA Ultra can be bought only unlocked, and is available via Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, and Reagan Wireless.
Priced at $369.99, the Xperia XA Ultra comes with a free 64 GB microSD card - a more than welcome gift, since the phone only has 16 GB of internal memory.
Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the Xperia XA Ultra is a very large handset that sports a 6-inch, 1080 x 1920 pixels display, and is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor. One of the phone's notable features is its 16 MP front-facing camera with OIS (optical image stabilization). Also on board are a 21 MP rear camera, 3 GB of RAM, and a 2700 mAh battery. You can find out much more about the smartphone by checking out our Sony Xperia XA Ultra review.
Since it's an unlocked GSM/LTE device, the Sony Xperia XA Ultra is compatible with carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, but it can't be used on CDMA carriers like Verizon, Sprint, and US Cellular.
source: Sony Mobile US via Twitter