While we’ve been ogling the latest trio of Xperia smartphones, Sony has made its retreats from critical retail positions in the West. Out of the¬†outlet stores and carriers from the US to even in Europe, the Japanese conglomerate appears now to be trying the online approach to selling its techie wares.

The official Sony Mobile Communications site for the United States is now promoting the Xperia Z3+, known elsewhere as the Xperia Z4. There’s a badge telling us that the phone from earlier this year is “coming soon,” though there’s no follow-on from that teaser.

Given Sony’s reduced first-party presence, we presume this’ll mean the typical online technology retailers. But we’ll have to wait for an unspecified amount of time before we find out (if ever?).

Source: Sony
Via: Xperia Blog

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