T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that it will begin selling theWindows Phone device and the Android phone on July 17, for $49.99 and $99.99 down, respectively.
The Lumia 925 represents T-Mobile's first 4G LTE Windows Phone device, and it also happens to be Nokia's latest global model, with a camera that boasts a sixth lens to improve clarity in outdoor shots.
T-Mobile's no-contract pricing plan means that you'll pay $50 up front and $20 for the next two years, for a grand total of $530 when all's said and done.
On the Xperia Z side, T-Mobile's exclusive Sony flagship handset will cost $580 as its full retail price, which you can also pay up front or in monthly installments after the down payment. While the Xperia Z is available for sale July 17, preorders begin July 16 -- and there's a free Bluetooth speaker for a limited number of customers.
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In addition, T-Mobile is updating theto support 4G LTE for its expanding network.
T-Mobile will also sell the 4G LTE version of the tablet new for $99.99 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $15, or $460 total.