Sony’s newest budget Android phablet, unveiled back in June, is up for grabs across Europe.
Considerably larger than, low-cost compact champions like Motorola’s Moto G, the Xperia T3 is roughly double the unlocked price of everyone’s favorite affordable Android.
On British shores, Sony’s online store charges a whopping £299 for the SIM-free variation, which converts to around $500.
Things aren’t a lot rosier in the Netherlands either, where the Xperia T3 is €349 ($470 a pop), while Sony’s local Spanish branch sells the 720p smartphone at €369 ($495).
France and Italy-based jumbo-sized handheld aficionados are looking at even higher expenditures, namely €399, or $535.