If you own the Xperia XZ, X Performance, X or X Compact, then you can look forward to a new OTA update hitting your device soon. This update doesn't contain any new features, but it does include February's Android security patches.
Best Buy is offering a few deals on Sony handsets, including knocking the Xperia XZ down to just $450 and the Xperia X Compact down to just $350. Both phones are the GSM unlocked versions of those devices.
The Sony Xperia X and X Compact just received Nougat a few weeks ago, but already Sony is pushing another OTA update that bumps the build version up to 34.2.A.0.273. The update is a minor one, bringing bug fixes. Currently, no changelog is available at this time.
The Android Nougat update for the Xperia X (F5121), Xperia X Dual (F5122) and Xperia X Compact (F5321) has been released. The update is only available in a handful of markets, but it will likely be released to more countries within the coming days.
We've seen a handful of deals for the Sony Xperia X Compact recently, but Best Buy is taking things to the next level by cutting the price of the phone to $349.99. That's $50 less than its usual $400 price tag at Best Buy and $100 less than what Amazon is selling the phone for.
If the Sony Xperia X Compact was too expensive for you, this Cyber Monday deal might be enough to make you pull the trigger. The phone is typically priced at $500 on Amazon, but right now you can pick it up for $400.
Best Buy is offering up to a $100 off select unlocked smartphones for a limited time. These deals include:
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - $100 off - $669.99
- Honor 8 - $50 off - $349.99
- Moto X Pure - $80 off - $269.99
- Sony Xperia X Compact - $100 off - $399.99
If you buy the Sony Xperia XZ or the X Compact in the United States, you cannot use the fingerprint scanner as it has been disabled. However, a tip from XDA shows us that you can simply flash a different firmware on the device to enable the scanner.
The Sony Xperia Compact can now be purchased directly from Sony's online store in most countries across Europe. The phone is selling for £379 in the UK and €449 everywhere else. The price tag of the phone is significantly lower than the $499 sticker price it has in the US, especially when you...
Android Authority has published their review of the Sony Xperia X Compact. They had high praise for the device, but mentioned the fact that it doesn't have a fingerprint sensor and doesn't offer dust and water resistance makes the $500 price tag seem a little steep.
If you're looking for a decent Android smartphone with a smaller footprint, the Sony Xperia X Compact is now available on Amazon for $499. It may not be as cheap as a lot of other mid-range devices on the market, but it's front-facing stereo speakers, unique design and flagship-tier camera...
The Sony Xperia X Compact's 2,700 mAh battery isn't particularly large, but a battery test conducted by GSM Arena shows that it performs quite well in most situations. The only test that it showed sub-par results for was call longevity, lasting only 14 hours and 14 minutes when most other phones...
Android Central has published its full review of the Sony Xperia X Compact and give the device high remarks for its solid display, great performance, and strong camera. The device loses points for not including a fingerprint sensor, its plastic build quality, and not including a Quick Charge...
An owner of the new Sony Xperia X Compact has chased a handful of images which he captured at a racetrack. While Sony's made some incredible claims about the phone's autofocus and object tracking features, the photos show that the device actually lives up to those claims - capturing crisp...