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Xperia XZ Premium Has Now Received A Price Cut

As Sony is gearing up to launch new phones in the last quarter of 2017, including the recently leaked flagship compact smartphone, the Xperia XZ Premium has
now received a price cut. One of the few smartphones that have an HDR-capable display was previously selling for $799.99 in the US, where it launched back in June.
Starting today, the flagship smartphone has received a price cut of $100 and many major retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H currently have the handset listed for $699.99. No information on when the offer ends.

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