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[Deal Alert] Sony Xperia XZs is down to $399.99 ($200 off) at Amazon

People clearly like slow-motion videos, given The Slow Mo Guys' 9.8 million subscribers on YouTube. If you're planning on shooting some seriously slowed-down videos, you don't have many options, and most of them are prohibitively expensive. However, some of Sony's latest phones can shoot 960fps video, with the Xperia XZs being one of them. Now you can pick one up for $399.99 on Amazon, $200 less than its list price.

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[Update: X Performance joins the list] Android 8.0 Oreo now rolling out to Sony Xperia XZ and XZs

Sony's phones don't have a working fingerprint sensor in the US, have confusing names, and are almost always expensive. But software updates is where Sony really shines, and now the company is updating two more phones to Oreo.

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[Deal Alert] Sony Xperia XZs is just $499.99 ($100 off) at Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, and Jet

Sony Xperia phones aren't particularly popular here in the US, but perhaps a price drop on one of its latest phones, the XZs, may change that just a little bit. Multiple retailers are currently offering this 960fps slow motion-capable device for $499.99, a full $100 off its MSRP.

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[Deal Alert] Get a Sony Xperia XZs for $546.50 from Amazon ($153.49 off)

In light of today's big phone announcement, you'd be forgiven for lamenting the fact that phones continue to climb higher and higher in price. Speaking of over-priced devices, you can get yourself an unlocked Sony Xperia XZs with a U.S. warranty for $546.50, meaning that you'll save $153.49 off of the total MSRP.

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[Deal Alert] Sony Xperia XZs is $579 ($120 off) on Amazon

The Xperia XZs was announced in February, alongside the XZ Premium. It's a slightly-upgraded model of the 2016 Xperia XZ, with Sony's 'Motion Eye' camera sensor capable of recording 960fps slow-motion video. The phone initially sold for a whopping $699 in the United States, but it has fallen in price a few times since, and now you can get it for $579 on Amazon.

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Sony adds the Xperia XZs to its Open Device Program

Sony has added yet another handset to its Open Device Program. This time it's the Xperia XZs. With older brothers, the Xperia XZ and the X Performance, already on the list, it was only a matter of time before the newer flagship made its way to the program. Sony's support for the open source community is commendable, and this is more great news for developers hoping to play with custom builds of Nougat on their Xperia devices.

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[Deal Alert] Get the brand-new Sony Xperia XZs for $658 ($41 off) on Amazon

Back in February, Sony announced a minor refresh of 2016's Xperia XZ, called the Xperia XZs. It showed up for sale on Amazon earlier this month for a whopping $700, but now the price has gone down a bit. Now you can buy it for $40.59 off the introductory price.

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Sony's 960fps-shooting Xperia XZs can now be purchased on Amazon for $699

Did you like the Xperia XZ, but find it a crippling flaw that it couldn't shoot video in super slow-motion? Well, you're in luck, as the Xperia XZs is now available for purchase. It's capable of shooting a whopping 960fps with its new Exmor RS sensor. In the US, Amazon will sell you one of these bad boys for $699.

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Sony announces the Xperia XZ Premium with Snapdragon 835 and 960fps video capture, plus Xperia XZs

I don't know how Sony hasn't run out of alphabet letters and rectangular designs by now. Year after year, or more like half year after half year, the company churns another phone that distinctly looks like almost every Sony phone we've seen to date (which might be a good or a bad thing, depending on how much you like the design language) and that has another letter or noun added in the name. I'm honestly confused, but I understand that it has its appeal for a small subset of people, so I'll put my judgment aside and carry on telling you about these new Sony phones announced at MWC today.

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