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Get Sony's extra-tall Xperia 1 with a crispy 4K HDR display for $748, its lowest price ever

Sony phones may not be as popular as ones from Samsung, but the company still has an enthusiastic and loyal group of fans out there. The Sony Xperia 1 isn't just for Sony fans, though — if you see the utility in a tall and slim phone with a 4K HDR display that offers a more immersive gaming and multimedia experience, then the Xperia 1 might be a good fit for you. When it used to sell for $1,000, it didn't feel right. But at $748 on Amazon — its lowest price ever — the Xperia 1 becomes an option worth considering.

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Sony delivers Android 10 to the Xperia 1 and 5

Sony recently published a timeline detailing when we could expect Android 10 on its phones. While many older devices are only supposed to get the update "early 2020 onwards," the company was more specific with the Xperia 1 and 5, which should get the new software this month. And true to its promise, Sony has just started rolling out the latest version of Android to the two devices.

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Sony's 85" 4K HDR Android TV is $1,998 ($400 off) from Amazon and Best Buy

Those looking for a massive TV will be thrilled to know that Amazon and Best Buy are currently offering Sony's XBR-X850G TV for $1,998 — roughly $800 off list price and $400 off recent pricing. You'd be hard-pressed to find another 85" 4K LED unit with HDR capabilities and Android TV inside for a better price.

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Sony Xperia 10 Plus is down to $300, its lowest ever on Amazon, B&H ($130 off)

The Sony Xperia 10 Plus maybe a jack of all trades, but it’s tough to justify its original price of $430. However, its all-time low price for Cyber Monday is enticing enough to give the mid-ranger a second look. Amazon and B&H are both pulling its price down to $300, saving you a handsome $130 only for today.

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Sony Xperia 10 drops to just $170 ($180 off) from Amazon and B&H

The Sony Xperia 10 isn't a bad phone, but it was certainly difficult to recommend at its $349.99 MSRP. For Black Friday, however, Amazon and B&H have slashed the price by more than half to just $169.99, making this a pretty enticing phone for the money.

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Sony WH-1000XM3 ANC headphones back down to $278 ($72 off) this weekend

You've probably heard praises sung about the Sony WH-1000XM3 as a pair of active noise canceling wireless headphones. While its name is the bane of tech blog writers (including this one) and practically anyone with decent marketing sense, those praises do shine through. And you might just sing of them, too, if you grab a pair from Amazon right now at a good discount this holiday shopping weekend.

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Sony X900F 49-inch 4K Android TV drops to $800, an all-time low ($100 off)

Ahead of an influx of TV deals during the oncoming Black Friday sales, Sony’s 49-inch X900F Android TV from 2018 is retailing at its lowest price ever. Right now, you can get one of these for just $798, making it an attractive addition to your entertainment setup for your weekend binge-watch sessions. The 4K HDR TV has been selling at around $900 for a while without attracting a discount alongside its larger-sized peers.

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Save $100 on a Sony Xperia 1, even more with active noise canceling WH1000XM3 headphones

If you like your phones big, tall, and new, the Sony Xperia 1 might be your go-to. But man, that list price of $1,000 has never felt right, especially when we reviewed it and all the little annoyances and stumbling blocks brought down the sum of its parts. However, the 1 is one of Amazon's Deals of the Day today and you might consider this lower price a bit fairer... if you're willing to accept Alexa and Amazon apps into your life.

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Sony's very tall Xperia 10 Plus is $330 ($100 off) at Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy

16:9 aspect ratios were the norm for years, but that's not the case anymore. These days, we don't even bat an eye at 18:9, 18.5:9, and 19:9 ratios. In a curious attempt to stand out from the crowd, Sony slapped some ridiculously tall 21:9 displays on their latest phones, including the Xperia 10 Plus that is being discounted to ~$330 right now.

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Sony Xperia 5 bootloader becomes unlockable as it joins Open Devices program

Sony has managed to gain a lot of fans among developers thanks to its Open Devices program. It's an initiative that brings Android Open Source Project (AOSP) builds to some of the company's devices and allows developers to adapt and change the code. It also makes it easier to unlock the bootloader and install custom ROMs. Sony has announced that the latest phone to become part of the Open Devices program is the Xperia 5.

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