Sony has revealed that its Xperia XZs smartphone will be arriving in the United States this week on April 5. The unlocked handset is already available for preorder from local retailers like Amazon and Best Buy for $699.

Sony first unveiled the Xperia XZs back in February during the annual Mobile World Congress alongside the flagship Xperia XZ Premium. The device comes with 5.2-inch 1080p full HD LCD display. Under the hood, the XZs is powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage.

The Xperia XZs that’s available on Amazon is the 64GB model. It appears as though Sony isn’t selling the 32GB model yet. It’s important to note that the XZs comes with a hybrid dual-SIM card slot. This means that users will be able to place two different SIM cards, or just one SIM card and one microSD card (up to 256GB) for more storage.

Although the XZs comes with the Snapdragon 820 chip instead of the 835 that’s on the XZ Premium, Sony didn’t skip on giving the handset the same impressive camera. The 19MP camera comes equipped with an f/2.0 lens with electronic image stabilization, phase detection and laser autofocus.

Like the flagship XZ Premium, the XZs is capable of recording 920fps slow-motion videos at 720p HD resolution. It’s also capable of recording videos up to 4K resolution at 30fps. Up front, it’s also equipped with a 13MP camera that’s able to record 1080p full HD videos.

On the software side of things, it does appear that the Xperia XZs will be the first handset, other than Google’s Pixel phones, to ship with Android 7.1 Nougat straight out of the box, as pointed out by Android Headlines.

The Xperia XZs won’t be only launching in the U.S. Sony also announced that the device will be arriving in India on April 11. The handset is available in three colors, namely: warm silver, ice blue and black.