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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 details Android 10 update timeline for its Xperia phones

Despite continuing losses in its mobile business sector, Sony still churns out phone after phone, much to the delight of its ardent fan base. It also maintains its existing lineup with new software updates and, just like many other manufacturers before it, the company has just shared when which of its devices will receive Android 10.

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Sony's Xperia 10 has dropped another $50, now just $250

Just last week, two of Sony's super-tall mid-range phones the Xperia 10 and 10 Plus dropped to $50 below their usual prices. If you missed out on that, Sony has reduced the price of the regular Xperia 10 by another $50, bringing it down to just $250.

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Sony Xperia 10 and 10 Plus are both $50 off ($300 and $375) right now

If you've been waiting to snag Sony's ultra-tall mid-range phone, now's your chance. The Xperia 10 and 10 Plus are both $50 off the usual prices, bringing the regular 10 down to $300 and the 10 Plus to $375.

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Sony adds Xperia 10 and 10 Plus to Open Devices program

The new Xperia 10 and 10 Plus might not be the most interesting phones out there, but Sony has made them a bit more appealing for certain buyers today. These phones are the latest additions to Sony's Open Devices program. So, you can unlock and flash software on your Xperia 10 and 10 Plus without any arduous workarounds.

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The Sony Xperia 10 is really long and really boring

After a period of what seemed like smartphone stagnation, we're finally seeing some weird devices again. With edge-to-edge screens, hole-punch cameras, and displays that fold in half being high-end oddities, Sony saw fit to shake up the budget formula, too, and plopped ultra-tall 21:9 displays in its Xperia 10 and 10 Plus. And while I applaud its efforts, being long doesn't save the Xperia 10 line from being terminally boring.

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Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus go up for pre-order in the US, starting at $350

Sony's recently-announced Xperia 10 and 10 Plus, best known as those new mid-rangers with ridiculously tall screens, have gone up for pre-order in the United States at Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy. The Xperia 10 comes in at $349.99, and the larger Xperia 10 Plus will retail for $429.99. Both will be released on March 18th.

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Sony goes 21:9 for 2019 with ultra-widescreen Xperia 10, 10 Plus, and flagship 4K OLED Xperia 1

So much of the new stuff we're seeing in smartphones is focused on screens right now: new notch styles, embedded fingerprint scanners, and even screens that fold. Two years ago, one of the furthest-reaching changes in screen design got off the ground at MWC with the introduction of the LG G6 and its 18:9 aspect ratio panel, noticeable taller (or wider, depending on how you're holding it) than the 16:9 displays that had dominated phones to date. Now Sony's ready to introduce the next chapter in this saga, with the launch of three Xperia phones featuring 21:9 screens.

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Sony Xperia 1, 10, 10 Plus, and L3 leak in full ahead of Mobile World Congress

Mobile World Congress is just a few days away, and Sony will be on hand to announce four new phones. How do we know? All of them have been leaked with spec sheets and press renders. Sony's 2019 lineup will consist of the 1, 10 Plus, 10, and L3.

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