2012-02-12 09:07 AM
thats not an official price but based on the other flagships it should be around that price, Sony can't sell it at a higher price since it will have last year's hardware, it will have a Dual-Core when all the other flagships will have Quad-core just an example
2012-02-12 09:12 AM
oh...so will be rise the proce when release in each nation each country ??
it's sony phone got AP version ??? xperia S ??
what's are the difference between AP and not AP ?
2012-02-12 09:24 AM
check this out
Certified Product Detail Below are all of the certified HW/SW versions of this product. Manufacturerony EricssonModel #:LT26i (AAD-3880120-AV)Supported Technologies
and Frequency Bands:GSM: 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS FDD: Band I/Band II/Band V/Band VIII
|HW Version||SW Version||Request Type||Date Certified|
|A||6.0.A.1.249||Initial||Feb 8, 2012|
2012-02-12 04:50 PM
Here at malaysia, we have phone categorized in two way, one is AP set and the other is Non-AP Set,
to put it simple, AP set mean a device that sold by retailer with their own supplier warranty and it is not bound to Sony's warranty. So, if the device damage or having manufacture defect, we need to send it back the the shop that where we bought it instead of sending it to Sony Service Centre.
while, Non-AP Set simply mean that a device come with warranty by Sony Corporation.
in this case, the sale the device with different price as what Nicky mention earlier.
it is obvious that there is no spec. or shape or design or LOGO or NAME will be different, all will be just identical.
if you are confident that the device u purchase will last at least 1 0r 2 years without problem, you can just get the AP one.
but, since this is new model, there is no actually rating by daily users, so getting the NON-AP SET will be wise.
i believe the price only differ about 100 to 300 at most.