Sony Xperia Z goes on sale in the U.S. Sony Store, Xperia ZL gets a price drop
Sony customers will be happy to hear that the U.S. Sony Store is now selling its flagship "super-phone," the Xperia Z, at $629.99. However, folks opting for an LTE model will have to wait, as the HSPA+ version (C6602) is the only variant available at the moment.
Meanwhile, the LTE-touting Xperia ZL is getting a price cut, from $759.99 to $629.99. Red colors are shipping now, while the black and white colors are expected to be available later this month.
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