Friday, 10 January 2014

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Pre-order Promotions in Europe – Pricing Details & Offers

The Sony Xperia Z1 Compact was just announced at the CES 2014, and the plans of selling this with have already begun, as Sony is going to provide a few good deals for the buyers in the various regions in Europe. According to the Amazon Germay store, there is a SIM-free version will be available in Germany for a price of 499 Euros, and the pre-orders have already begun for all the four colors.
Keep in mind that the pricing is not going to be that competitive, because Sony hasn’t announced a mini-sized but actually a compact version of the powerful Xperia Z1, thus there is no much compromise in the specifications. It’s a 4.3-inch smartphone (perfect competition to Apple, right?) with the internal powering given by the Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB RAM. The same G Lens 20.7-megapixel camera that was seen in the Xperia Z1, now comes in the Compact version, so you are seeing a smaller version of a smartphone, a lot better than the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and the HTC One Mini.

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Pricing and Offers in Europe
  • UK pricing: 449 Pounds, with a free Sony SmartWatch 2
  • France pricing: 499 Euros after the 50 Euros refund
  • Italy pricing: 499 Euros with a Sony Wireless Headset for 1 pound
  • Germany pricing: 499 Pounds, bundled with a €1 Sony Wireless Headset
  • Poland pricing: PLN 1,999 bundled with a PLN 1 Sony Wireless Headset
  • Spain pricing: 549 Euros bundled with a €1 Sony Wireless Headset
  • Sweden pricing: SEK 4,695 bundled with a SEK 1 Sony Wireless Headset
What the users will have to keep in mind is that these discounts, bundled offers and the free SmartWatch would all be available only for the pre-orders and Sony might not give them once the phone is officially launched. Only the Dutch buyers won’t see any offer but the direct price of 549 euros. Every region has all the four color options which Sony has made available.
We are pretty sure this might be the smartphone one would want to buy, rather than paying hundreds extra to get just the larger screen and a better display, everything else being almost the same. And, how good would this be when you are comparing an Android smartphone with the iPhone?

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