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T-Mobile Xperia Z3 Colors (D6616)

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T-Mobile Xperia Z3 Colors (D6616)

Please make other colors available for the T-Mobile variant (D6616) of the Xperia Z3. So many people want this phone but in a color other than black. Having white as another option would likely increase sales!

 

Why is only black available?

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Then you need to speak to T-mobile and ask why they didn't ask for other colours - T-mobile would have asked for black only as for example if they bought in 100's of these other colours but only sold less that a quarter then that would be deemed as a loss leader and bad business and people would have been sacked/lost their job

For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled.   Richard P. Feynman



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Then you need to speak to T-mobile and ask why they didn't ask for other colours - T-mobile would have asked for black only as for example if they bought in 100's of these other colours but only sold less that a quarter then that would be deemed as a loss leader and bad business and people would have been sacked/lost their job

For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled.   Richard P. Feynman