The Sony Xperia XAI Ultra is now available in Canada. The mid-range smartphone was previously set for release on June 22nd, but was delayed to today following a shipping delay.
The phone will be available through Freedom Mobile and Videotron.
At Videotron, the XA1 Ultra is $0 on a two-year $59.95 per month plan, $99.95 on a two-year $49.95 per month plan and $439.95 outright. At Freedom Mobile, meanwhile, the XA1 Ultra is $420 outright, $100 when customers put an additional $5 toward their monthly boost and $0 when they put $10 towards the boost.
At Freedom Mobile, meanwhile, the XA1 Ultra is $420 outright. In addition, for the next two days, Freedom Mobile is giving customers who buy the phone on one of its MyTab plans a $200 credit, making the XA1 Ultra $100 on a $5 per month monthly boost and $0 on a $10 per month monthly boost.
As for specs, the XA1 Ultra has a 6-inch screen, 64-bit Mediatek Octa-core processor with 4GB RAM and comes in 32GB/64GB models, with support available for expanded microSD storage. The phone’s rear camera features a 23-megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture and fast autofocus. The front-facing camera, meanwhile, packs a 16-megapixel 1/2.6 Exmor RS sensor with optical image stabilization, in addition to a front-facing flash.
For more on the phone, check out MobileSyrup‘s hands-on impressions.
Update 05/07/2017: We’ve added pricing information.