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Apple iPhone 6 Plus With FaceTime - 16GB, 4G LTE, Gold
Apple iPhone 6 Plus With FaceTime - 16GB, 4G LTE, Gold
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Apple iPhone 4S - 16GB, White
Apple iPhone 4S - 16GB, White
666.00 SAR 580.00 SAR
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9005 (32 GB, 4G LTE + Wifi, White)
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9005 (32 GB, 4G LTE + Wifi, White)
1,849.00 SAR 1,500.00 SAR
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - 32GB, 4G LTE, Silver
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - 32GB, 4G LTE, Silver
2,799.00 SAR 2,498.00 SAR

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Sony Ericsson’s phones where distinguished from the lot with their premium design, innovative camera, and unique form factor. Its beginnings can be traced to the launch of its first device, the Sony Ericsson T68i in 2001. T68i came fitted with a colored screen, a trendy keypad and a navi key. The company also introduced T100 models that caught the eye with its hypnotic Blue screen and unique design. After making a mark, in 2003, the company followed up with the T610, which sported a premium black and silver design, a 65K color display with 128 x 160 pixel resolution, and advanced camera that captured 288 x 352 pixel resolution photos, and a 2MB built in memory.

These devices, with a magical combination of superior design and camera, helped Sony mobile phones create a niche for themselves. Sony Ericsson K750i, a groundbreaking device with a 2MP camera with auto focus soon followed along with other notable phones. The made for music Sony Ericsson W800i came with the exclusive Walkman technology. In addition, Sony Ericsson K790i ‘Kamera phone’ brought Sony’s Cyber shot brand on a mobile phone. It featured an amazing 2inch TFT display with QVGA resolution.

By 2010, Sony Ericsson phones embraced Android. Its Xperia X10 was the first of Sony phones to run on Google’s OS. Its variations such as the Xperia Mini series were launched, followed by multiple devices including Xperia Arc, Xperia Neo, Xperia Pro, and Xperia Play, the first PlayStation Certified Android smartphone. Sony took over Ericsson in the year 2012 and in the next few years, unveiled a range of touch enabled Xperia mobile devices. These phones were in line with the previous Sony phones as they featured advanced cameras and beautiful design. New Sony mobile phones belonging to the Xperia Z series continue the legacy of melding cutting edge cameras and design. Some of the phones are surprisingly well built and resistant to the elements. These Xperia mobile phones can be partnered with Sony Ericsson Bluetooth headsets and Sony mobile watches for a complete mobile experience.