Sony has officially launched Sony Xperia XZ Premium in the United States in Chrome and Black color options. The new handset is available for purchase from Amazon and Best Buy.
Priced at $799.99, you will be able to work with the phone via any mobile carrier because the device is unlocked for worldwide consumption. You will be able to purchase the handset from Amazon starting July 3, which turns out to be a great Independence Day gift for your loved ones. However, you can pre-order now and Amazon will ship on July 3.
On the specifications front, the Sony Xperia XZ Premium is equipped with a 5.5-inch Triluminos X-Reality display, Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB of expandable internal storage. The highlight of the phone is the addition of a 4K resolution. The handset fetches all the power juice from the integrated 3230mAh QNOVO adaptive charging battery.
While the rear camera is equipped with a 19MP motion eye Sony Exmor RS Stacked sensor, the front-facing shooter offers a 13MP Sony Exmor R Sensor. With the rear camera, you can capture videos at 960fps paired with support for the super slow motion.
The addition of Android 7.1 Nougat helps you to work with the latest features such as split-screen, enhanced notifications and improved doze mode. Moreover, the handset will also ship with security bug fixes. You should note that the US Independence Day falls on July 4 and hence there will be a slight delay in deliveries due to holidays.
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