Sony took the wraps off its Xperia XZ2 Premium this week, and that means its predecessor is getting cheaper. The XZ Premium from last year can now be purchased for just $524.99. That’s a whopping $275 less than the phone’s initial price in the US, namely $799.99.
The XZ Premium got its first price cut after only two months of availability, but even if you count from that $699.99 level, you’re still getting $175 off with this deal.
Previously, we’ve seen the XZ Premium going for $585 and $550, but never as low as $524.99. If you want a handset with a 4K screen and don’t mind the huge bezels, it should serve you very well. Note that only the Luminous Chrome color version is discounted this steeply. If you choose to go for it, you’re getting an unlocked device that you can use on GSM/LTE carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, all of their prepaid brands, and any MVNOs using their networks.
News credit : Gsmarena