Sony’s latest Moto G slayer barely went up for sale via (some)
online retailers stateside, and Expansys already saw fit to adjust the entry-level Android’s no-contract price tag. Initially available at $199.99, the Xperia E3 suddenly dropped to $139.99, which
actually makes it a decent Moto G alternative.
True, no discount in the world is going to change the fact that 4.5-inch 854 x 480 pix res display is gruesomely hazy. Or hide…