A mere three days after bringing the Sony Xperia X down to a then all-time low price of $400, Amazon has just further slashed the Snapdragon 650-powered 5-incher. Even better, today’s Gold Box deals also extend to the lower-end Xperia XA, as well as the high-performance Xperia X Performance.

Starting from the bottom of the food chain, you can save around $80 on the 720p display-sporting XA, once upon a time sold for $280, and through the end of the day, offered at a much cooler, more fitting $199.

This 5-incher ain’t exactly a pushover in the processing power department, with octa-core Helio P10 in tow, or as far as RAM (2GB) and cameras (13 and 8MP) are concerned.

Meanwhile, the “standard” Xperia X sets you back $350 as opposed to $400 (or the age-old $550 MSRP) in the same full range of colors as the XA – lime gold, rose gold, white, and black. It however bumps screen resolution up to 1080p, internal storage from 16 to 32GB, RAM count to 3 gigs, cameras to 23 and 13MP, and so on.

Last but not least, the Sony Xperia X Performance is this close to becoming a bargain, currently going for $500 instead of $600, Snapdragon 820 SoC, water resistance, awesome cameras, Android 7.0 Nougat update priority and all.

Source: Amazon

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