After a one-month delay, Sony Ericsson Xperia X1a can finally be bought in the US, thanks to Sony Style. The official Sony US store has the high-end Windows Mobile smartphone in stock, not only online, but also in some of its retail locations.
The online price of Xperia X1a is of $799, but WMExperts says the actual price, with all taxes included, is of $867.
What’s a bit surprising is that, although we’re talking about the X1a (which features North American HSDPA support), the smartphone’s case still looks like the one of the original X1. See the images below (pics via WMExperts):
Anyway, the important thing is that the long-awaited handset has finally reached North America and, if you’re willing to spend almost $900, it can be yours in a matter of days, unlocked and ready to roll.
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