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Three offers Sony Xperia S

09 March 2012

Grab one for free from £30 per month

It got a very strong review off us recently, which is always a good reason to check out a phone. We're talking the Sony Xperia S, which is now available on the Three network.

Contracts vary, as you might imagine, but the cut off point for getting one for 'free' is £30 per month. However, if you can push on a little more, a contract using Three’s The One Plan will cost you £36 per month. That's a 24-month deal and comes with 2,000 minutes, 5,000 texts and of course, unlimited data. If that appeals, head to your local Three store and grab one. Alternatively, £369.99 is the price of going pay-as-you-go.

For that money, you get Sony's first NXT phone from Sony and Android 2.3 for the OS (upgrading to Ice Cream Sandwich fairly soon). There's also a 4.3-inch Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine and HD resolution screen (1280x720), front (720p) and back (1080p) cameras for HD recording, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 32GB of internal flash storage, a 12-megapixel Sony Exmor R rear camera, NFC and HD sharing through DLNA and HDMI plus BRAVIA Sync compatibility.

Impressive, that's for sure, especially when that Android update lands – and it could be in your hands sometime today.



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