Xperia S coming to O2 UK and Three; Phones 4U nabs white exclusive

by XB on 10th January 2012

in Videos, Xperia S

White Xperia SNow that the Sony Xperia S has been formally announced we await the all important pricing details before the phone’s release in Q1 2012. A few UK mobile operators have already announced plans to stock the handset. Both O2 and Three said that they will offer the Xperia S, however we would expect the other major UK networks such as Vodafone and Orange/T-Mobile to announce their own plans in due course.

Also, retailer Phones 4U announced that it has exclusive rights to the white version of the Xperia S when it launches in March 2012. We’d say this is a pretty big deal considering that the white Xperia S is arguably more attractive over the black version. Pricing details remain absent for now, but hopefully there’ll be more information forthcoming.

  • Wael Faddah

    the sad part is NO LTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! shocking 

  • Nobody needs LTE in Europe? You don’t even have full HSPA coverage, why would you need LTE?

  • Add1hunter

    Excellent news, my contract expires in March, so I will be replacing my X10 with this, absolutely perfect timing

  • Cholek3

    He needs it, because it would have LTE, it is sooooo coooool. Nevermind he won’t use it. Phone has it.
    I don’t need LTE, because I won’t use it. NFC? Maybe later, when more phones have it. Only SD card slots worries me, especially that it might increase the price.

  • Jan

    i dislike slow internet too.

  • Add1hunter

    I don’t know if you are joking or not, but LTE would be stupid

    This phone is for the non-American market where there is no LTE, the ion is for the American market

  • Chronosnake

    I have a upgrade ready on orange, but no xperia s to upgrade to

  • O2 Ireland have confirmed they have it in testing,so hopefully it should be a march/april release over here.

  • Ray

    We have LTE in parts of Norway.

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