Sony's Xperia XZ3 has some great deals thanks to new phones being on the horizon, that said, it's still a decent offering with a 6-inch OLED display and a stunning design, sitting on powerful hardware.

It's easily the company's most accomplished phone of the past few years.

The Xperia XZ3 comes in black, white/silver, Forest Green and Bordeaux Red. O2 have the handset in red, black, and green. 

SIM free the XZ3 comes in at £699 on Amazon (see SIM free options below), in the colour choices mentioned above. 

Best Sony Xperia XZ3 64GB deals

There are some good deals around for the mobile on EE, Vodafone and O2 - here are the pick of the bunch - updated in real-time.

Sony Xperia XZ3 deals

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 There's a good offer for the Sony mobile with O2 sporting 30GB of data for £37 a month (unlimited mins/texts) and £25 upfront. This comes with access to O2 W-Fi and Priority moments for discounts. View offer in Black | Red | Green


The leading deal for the Xperia XZ3 on EE has a 30GB data allowance for £36 a month (£62.99 upfront). That's with Amazon Prime Video, MTV Play and Apple Music for six months, BT Sport for three. View offer in Black


• The leading offer for the XZ3 on Vodafone has a 30GB data allowance for £38 a month, £50.99 upfront and unlimited mins/texts. See deal in Black


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