Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Available for $100 at Amazon
Today is a big day for those that love gaming on their phone because the ultimate gaming phone has just hit the shores of the U.S. in the form of the Sony Xperia Play for Verizon. If you’re thinking about buying this phone, you’ll probably want to snag the best deal, and we’re thinking that Amazon’s offer for the Xperia Play is probably the one you should look at.
Amazon is currently offering up the Xperia Play for a mere $99 on a new two year contract. Meanwhile, if you get it from Verizon, you’re going to be paying $200 on the same two year contract. We have a feeling you’re probably into saving $100 so it’s best to think about the Amazon deal.
If the low price isn’t all, Amazon is also offering to deliver the phone to you in two days or less for the low cost of free.
Sony’s Xperia Play was originally called the PlayStation Phone and is the first PlayStation certified smartphone. It’s also the first handset on Verizon to feature the elusive Android 2.3 Gingerbread update, although the Motorola Droid X2 will join it tomorrow.
It also features it features, a 4” multi-touch, scratch-resistant display, 5.1MP auto focus camera with LED flash, and an 8GB micro SD included. For interested parties, you can find Amazon’s deal if you head right here.