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Deal: Get the Sony Xperia XZ Premium for $100 off!

Sony's Xperia XZ Premium is a great phone that is a bit on the spendy side. Andrew noted in his review of the device that, at the suggested retail price of $799, there are a few major compromises that keep the phone from being universally recommended. Other phones in the price range offer better cameras, similar specifications and, most importantly, a fingerprint sensor.

For a limited time, Amazon and B&H (opens in new tab) have the phone on sale for $699, making it a more worthwhile endeavor. This is the U.S. version and includes a U.S. warranty. There's still no fingerprint sensor — unless you want to flash a different version of the firmware of the phone (which voids the warranty). The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is compatible with GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile.

Anyone taking Amazon or B&H (opens in new tab) up on the offer? Let us know in the comments below!

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13 Comments
  • Since when is a $700 phone a good deal? It's starting price should have been $600.
  • Well, $700 is better than $800!
  • Why would anyone buy the US version when the International version is cheaper AND has a working fingerprint sensor. I got mine for $609 a couple of weeks ago and it is awesomazing!
  • Good to know. So for those of you who have it, what's it missing (some U.S. Bands)? Which network are you using it on?
  • Has all the same bands. I'm using it on T-mobile and AT&T as it's a dual Sim device. I can't think of anything it's lacking. The only difference is that it has two things the US version doesn't: working finger print sensor and dual Sim capabilities.
  • I have this phone. International version. Android pay does not work. That's one major omission (for me, at least).
  • I had not looked at that because I use Samsung Pay. It works with the XZP because I have it paired with a Samsung Gear S3.
  • Does it have wifi calling?
  • I don't use Wi-Fi calling but if I'm not mistaken it doesn't work with either the US or International version as T-Mobile or any carrier for that matter, needs to do something on their end.
  • I bought a Z5P international and it took a crap on me. No warranty so I got no help from Sony. I would deal with no fingerprint sensor for the year then flash a UK rom
  • Or just buy a warranty from Square Trade on Amazon for $50 like I did. Still comes out cheaper than the US version even at the supposed sale price on this article.
  • I have the international version and its phenomenal. It's just as buttery smooth and fast as my pixel xl I used to have. Haven't had one hiccup over the month and a half or so that I've had the xzp.
  • It's the sleeper hit of 2017 in my opinion. I've set aside my S8+ in favor of the XZP. An additional perk for me is that I have a unique device in a sea of iPhones and Samsungs (that being said I also have an iPhone and a Samsung lol).