Deal: Sony Xperia X Performance Bundle $499.99 - 10/07/16

2016 has been a year of a pretty decent crop of new smartphone options, many of them competing for the attention of customers through great specifications and affordable pricing. That said, there were more than a couple of smartphones launched that offer up good specs but at a considerably higher cost, such as the Sony Xperia X Performance. Normally this is a device which costs $649.99 at full retail, and with the bundled extras the total cost would end up being around $782. Right now, though, you can actually pick up the Sony Xperia X Performance Bundle for just $499.99. That's about $150 off the full retail cost of the just the phone by itself.

When it comes to the extras, the Xperia X Performance Bundle comes with the phone itself, a Red Pocket SIM card that comes loaded with one free month of service that includes unlimited talk, text, and data, a pair of headphones, and a case to carry the device in and protect it. The Sony Xperia X Performance comes equipped with 5-inch Full HD display and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor which is paired with an Adreno 530 GPU for the graphics processing as well as 3GB of RAM. On the back it carries a 23MP camera with predictive hybrid autofocus, and on the front it carries a 16MP camera for selfies and video chat. It has 32GB of internal storage space and it supports expandable storage up to 200GB, and on the inside it comes with a 2,700mAh battery to keep the device going.

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