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Topic # 101949 12-May-2012 14:17
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http://www.sony.co.nz/productcategory/mobile-phone

Sony NZ website now showing the brand new series of 'Sony' mobiles

LT26I  'Xperia S Flagship in Black'
LT26IS 'Xperia S Flagship in Silver'
ST17I 'Xperia Active...The Billabond Edition'
ST25IB 'Xperia U'
LT22I 'Xperia P'

No Stock Avalibility yet... so unfortunatly no'buy now'.

There is also a small range of mobile accessories also recently added to the website. 



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  Reply # 624047 12-May-2012 16:28
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Liking the look of the U and P, especially the P. Specs look good and size is nice too. Even the S has resisted the urge to have a 4.8 inch screen, but maybe that shows it's age compared to the one X and GS3 as it is 'only' a dual core too. 

Think it is a little funny they are "powered by Sony" when they are powered by android really!




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  Reply # 625421 15-May-2012 12:48
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Thats really only 3 new models. The active has been about for a while now.
At least some of them will operate fully on both operators 3G bands.

More curious is what has become of the current range, have they been phased out? Still appear plentiful in the phone co. stores. I'd consider the Sony tablet, spotted on another page, since it runs Android and has all the same sensors as WT19i LWW that I use.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 625607 15-May-2012 17:48
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Id say the current "Sony Ericsson"brand will be phased out and this is the new beginings of 'sonymobile'
Refer to www.sonymobile.com



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  Reply # 625820 15-May-2012 22:58
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Sony Xperia SX will be a good phone hopefully it comes out in NZ, it is the little brother of the Sony Xperia GX.

3.7" qHD / 8mp Exmor R / 1.5Ghz S4 Dual Core / 95g / 9.4mm

http://www.phonearena.com/news/Sony-Xperia-SX-breaks-cover-the-lightest-LTE-phone_id29953#1-




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  Reply # 627964 20-May-2012 16:25
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C'MON SONY.... get yourself some stock please and release it to the operators, so I can either buy your new flagship outright or on account ! I really want your phone... resisted the temptation today and didnt buy a paralell imported handset (it was their last one too).


<sigh>  I feel better now.  Nothing worse than spending 2-3hours in a mall with the mrs and not come home with any toys and have to lug 'her' bags n boxes  home.



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