Cyber Monday deal: Sony Xperia XZ2 with 6GB RAM hits a new all-time low price on eBay
Case in point, a new eBay deal on the factory unlocked Sony Xperia XZ2 that beats everything we’ve seen offered for fans of the struggling smartphone manufacturer last week.
Typically sold at around $700, the Snapdragon 845 powerhouse is currently available from the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo Video for 100 bucks less. B&H recently shaved an additional $70 off the 5.7-incher’s list price, but top-rated eBay seller Never MSRP goes an extra $70 lower right now.
That means you can get a “brand-new, unused, unopened” Sony Xperia XZ2 in its “original packaging” in exchange for a measly $460.99... if you hurry. The best thing is you’re looking at a 6GB RAM variant here that was never officially released stateside.
Of course, that also means Never MSRP can’t hook you up with a valid US warranty, but for what it’s worth, you do get free expedited shipping nationwide, as well as free 30 day returns.
The units on special offer are LTE-enabled for use on GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile, also supporting dual SIM functionality. You can choose from a whopping four color options, ranging from black to pink, silver, and green, each of which offers 64 gigs of internal storage space, a rather impressive single rear-facing camera with 960 fps Super slow motion video recording at up to Full HD quality, respectable battery life, as well as a fingerprint scanner mounted on the back. That’s a pretty great set of features for only 461 bucks.