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Sony Xperia XA Ultra: Gives More, For Less Price

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For some, Sony did right by getting rid of its Compact variants and sticking to the super-sized Ultra versions of its flagships. In the case of the Sony Xperia XA Ultra, it’s not a flagship. It’s for folks with large hands and a small budget.

The great news is that buyers can save more on the 6.0-inch device, as a deal in Amazon is discounting it by $70 for an ultimate price of $300.

And it offers an extra 64GB microSD card, a much needed add-on considering the device arrives with a measly 16GB of storage on board.

If you’re a media-hungry user, a large Full HD screen and extra space should be the ideal package. Or if you know a friend or a family member that has such a preference for smartphones, then this might be a good buy for them.

You better get it soon, as stock is running low.

Anyway, the Sony Xperia XA Ultra is powered by a Helio P10 processor with 3GB RAM and a 2,700mAh battery. It shoots with a 21.5MP camera and takes selfies worth 16MP. Oddly, its primary camera doesn’t have optical image stabilization but the front-facing shooter does.