Another day, another solid deal for folks who still believe in Sony’s smartphone design prowess and the Japanese company’s general commitment to the hyper-competitive mobile industry.
But last fall’s diminutive flagship certainly delivers enough bang for $279.99 today, starting with a still-respectable Snapdragon 650 processor and always plentiful 3GB RAM. Priced as high as $450 back in the day, the easily pocketable 4.6-incher dropped to $350 relatively quickly, hovering over the $300 mark since January.
We’re almost sure Best Buy has never sold the Sony Xperia X Compact this cheap before, so it might be wise to hurry and order the GSM unlocked device online or try to find it in a physical store near you.
The white version is the only one currently available at 280 bucks, while the “Universe Black” and “Blue Mist” flavors fetch $320 and $350 respectively, which doesn’t qualify as bargain pricing.
Other more than decent features (for $280) include a 23MP rear camera with triple image sensing technology, HD screen resolution, USB Type-C connectivity, 32GB internal storage, microSD support, 2700 mAh battery capacity, and High-Resolution audio.