Sony early this year introduced the new Xperia X series which will replace the flagship Xperia Z series. A new report from China claims that Sony already pulled the plug on the Xperia C and Xperia M series.
Eprice shared some slides showing the focus of the said company towards Xperia X series. On of the slides, X logo for the 2016-2018 “Chapter 3” on it’s roadmap. The new smartphone + IoT & Cloud chapter where the new Xperia X variants is said to signify the new product focus. The logo has been seen in other slides as well for branding purposes.
Sony’s move to kill it’s own Xperia C series and M series is to have more foucs on the new Xperia X range. Back in February, Sony confirmed that there won’t be a new Xperia Z this 2016. All lineup will be replaced with the new series, Xperia X.
Sony at MWC 2016 announce the new Xperia, aiming at connecting devices, along with three X series smartphones. The new Xperia X Performance was launched with the Xperia X and Xperia XA during MWC 2016.
The company earlier this month started taking pre-orders for the Sony Xperia X Performance in France, Italy, the Netherlands, and Sweden. The smartphone was priced at EUR 699 (roughly Rs. 53,500), and was said to be available from early July. On the other hand, the Sony Xperia X was priced at EUR 599 (roughly Rs. 45,800) in some countries, and was available in select European countries. The Sony Xperia XA was priced at EUR 299 (roughly Rs. 23,000) in some countries, and is expected to go on sale in late-June
Earlier this month, the company already started taking pre-orders for the Sony Xperia X Performance in France, Italy and the Netherlands. The smartphone was currenctly priced at EUR 699, and will be available in early July. Sony Xperia X was priced at EUR 599 in some EU countries. Sony Xperia XA was priced at EUR 299 in some countries and expected to go on sale in late June 2016.