If you’ve been holding out until Black Friday to score a saving on a flagship phone, this may be just the deal you’ve been waiting for. Today only, Amazon is offering the Sony Xperia 1 on sale for just $799.99. This is the lowest it has gone since its release and saves you $150 off its regular price. Even better, you can score it with a set of Sony WH1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones for just $100 more.
Not only is this recently-released phone down to its best price yet, you can also snag it with the hugely popular Sony WH1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones for just $100 more. The deals expire tonight, though, so don’t miss out.
$949.99 $150 off
The Xperia 1 is Sony’s latest flagship and features a gorgeous 21:9 4K OLED display. The 6.5-inch CinemaWide display has HDR with 10-bit tonal gradation and support for ITU-R BT.2020 as well as DCI-P3 with Illuminant D65 wide gamut colors. Basically it’s like looking at a Sony Bravia TV in the palm of your hand. Under the hood, you’ll find Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855, along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage options (as well as a MicroSD card slot). It has a 3300mAh battery with USB-C fast charging, Bluetooth 5.0, a fingerprint reader on the side, and Dolby Atmos audio. It also has Alexa built-in so you can control your smart home, find answers, and more without lifting a finger.
Aside from the display, another key selling point for this phone is its triple rear camera setup. It has three 12MP cameras including a primary lens as well as a wide-angle shooter and a zoom lens that produce some of the most natural colors from a phone’s camera, according to our review. We also praised its battery life, phenomenal display, and water resistance, ultimately giving it 4.5 out of 5 stars and a Recommended award.
The Sony WH1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones are super popular, and for good reason. The wireless over-ear headphones charge via USB-C and feature atomic pressure optimization that can adjust for noise-canceling at higher altitudes, along with a quick-charging feature that gives you five hours of playback after just 10 minutes of charging. The headphones are also equipped with multiple microphones and the battery is capable of lasting for up to 30 hours on a single charge. The Adaptive Sound Control will allow you to adjust just how much ambient noise you want to hear at any given moment. Getting them for just $100 extra is a total steal.
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