When we first reported that Sony had launched the Xperia X Compact in the UK, we also stated that it was only available in Belgium at the time and that we hoped it got to other markets. It seems that the management of Sony are also not resting at launching the smartphone on other markets too and while they still have now left the continent, expansion is a promise that we plan to keep holding on to now.
The smartphone is now available for sale to persons that want it and reside in either of Netherlands and Luxembourg. If you are so interested in a unit, they have provided the handset in three different colour variants of White, Black and Light Blue and for all of these colours, you would need to shell out just €449.
Launching in the United Kingdom just a couple of days ago, the device retailed for a price of £359.99 and if you are looking for a contract plan in this region, the cheapest would allow you have a unit for as low as £30 monthly.
To refresh, the X Compact uses an SD 650 chipset, packs 3GB of RAM and uses a 2700mAh battery to keep the work alive.