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Sony-Ericsson Phone Price List in the Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 12, 2009

The price list of phones below were taken from Mega Exchange Store in the Mall of Asia last January 5, 2009. Prices might change and they usually go down but these are the best cash-only deals we’ve see so far for Sony Ericsson: Sony Ericsson W200i - Php5,200 Sony Ericsson T200 - Php4,900 Sony Ericsson R300 - Php4,900 Sony Ericsson K530i - Php8,500 Sony Ericsson W350i - Php7,900 Sony Ericsson G502 - Php8,500 Sony Ericsson W380i - Php9,500 Sony Ericsson K770i - Php10,900 Sony Ericsson W580i - Php10,900 Sony Ericsson K810i - Php11,500 Sony Ericsson T700 - Php11,900 Sony Ericsson

Sony-Ericsson Phone Price List in the Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 23, 2012

The price list of phones below were taken from Mega Exchange Store in the Mall of Asia last January 5, 2012. Prices might change and they usually go down but these are the best cash-only deals we’ve see so far for Sony Ericsson: Sony Ericsson W200i - Php5,200 Sony Ericsson T200 - Php4,900 Sony Ericsson R300 - Php4,900 Sony Ericsson K530i - Php8,500 Sony Ericsson W350i - Php7,900 Sony Ericsson G502 - Php8,500 Sony Ericsson W380i - Php9,500 Sony Ericsson K770i - Php10,900 Sony Ericsson W580i - Php10,900 Sony Ericsson K810i - Php11,500 Sony Ericsson T700 - Php11,900 Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson Phone Price List Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 12, 2011

Price list of all Sony Ericsson phones in the Philippines as updated on June 2011. Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc X12 – Php 26,300 Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 price – Php 16,000 Sony Ericsson x10 mini pro price – Php 12,850 Sony Ericsson x10 mini E10i price – Php 9,000 Sony Ericsson Aspen M1i price – Php 11,300 Sony Ericsson X8 price – Php 8,100 Sony Ericsson ELM J10i2 price – Php 7,390 Sony Ericsson Zylo W20 price – Php 6,400 Sony Ericsson Yendo W150 price – Php 5,000 Sony Ericsson W100 Spiro price – Php 4,080 Sony Ericsson J108i Cedar…

Sony Ericsson Phone Price List in the Philippines

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: January 7, 2009

The price list of phones below were taken from Mega Exchange Store in the Mall of Asia last January 5, 2009. Prices might change and they usually go down but these are the best cash-only deals we’ve see so far for Sony Ericsson: Check the latest and updated price list of Sony Ericsson phones.

What will happen to Sony-Ericsson Philippines?

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: February 22, 2012

Now that Sony has finalized the buyout of Sony-Ericsson, the new handset company will be named Sony Mobile Communications. So what happens to the folks over at Sony-Ericsson. I happen to talk to one executive from the company who gave me some possible scenarios. I am told that Sony-Ericsson Philippines will eventually be dissolved and Sony Philippines will take over the mobile phone brand. As for the folks from SE Philippines, they will all be invited to move and work for Sony Philippines under the mobile handset division. What we're not sure is if the GM and some of the…

Cherry Mobile’s uber cheap dual SIM phones

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: June 9, 2009

Cherry Mobile, a new player in the dual-SIM phone market in the Philippines, introduced 4 new affordable phones with average prices well under Php6,000. See updated price list of Cherry Mobile phones here. Here's a list of the 4 new dual-SIM phones: Cherry S11 Blade VGA Camera 1.8” 65K Color TFT LCD display Pitch changer MP3/MP4 payer FM Radio GPRS/MMS capable 2GB microSD card Bluetooth 2.0 Price: Php2,690 Cherry D20 Life 1.8” 65K Color TFT LCD display VGA Camera MP3/MP4 player FM Radio Voice recorder 2GB microSD card Bluetooth 2.0 Dual Active SIM/Dual Standby Price: Php2,990 Cherry D50 Inertia 1.3…

8.1 MP Sony-Ericsson c905 unboxed

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: October 14, 2008

This was delivered this afternoon -- the 8.1 megapixel Sony-Ericsson Cybershot c905. First announced last June, the SE c905 will be available locally early this November. See unboxing pictures after the jump. This is the very first SE phone I've used. Review will follow after I get this under some stress test. For the meantime, see complete specs here. The phone comes in 3 different colors. The one Sony-Ericsson lent to me is Ice Silver (other being Night Black and Copper Gold). Click on thumbnails below to see larger images. For those of you who are curious, the suggested retail…

Why the resistance to dual-SIM mobile phones?

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: March 29, 2010

For some time now, dual SIM phones have been hot among the masses. Majority of the handsets that have these are China phones or locally branded ones like MyPhone, Cherry Mobile or Torque. I actually wrote a similar entry last year -- Why Dual-SIM phones aren’t picking up? I remember, about 8 year ago, people would go to Greenhills and have their Nokia phones converted to dual SIM phones. It involved a replacement part attached at the back of the handset and makes the battery compartment bulging at the back. Then we got them dual-SIM China-phones that are uber-cheap with…

Sony-Ericsson Satio, Aino Launched and Priced

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: November 7, 2009

Yesterday, Sony-Ericsson Philippines officially launched their new flagship phones -- the Sony-Ericsson Satio and Sony-Ericsson Aino. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to attend and took pictures but according to Calvin over at PTB, here are the suggested retail prices of both phones: Sony-Ericsson Aino 3.0" display screen @ 432×240 pixels 8.1 MP camera w/ autofocus, IS, LED flash (3264×2448 pixels) 55MB internal, up to 32GB on microSD WiFi 802.11 b/g w/ DLNA FM radio with RDS Accelerometer Sensor HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps GPS with A-GPS support Bluetooth with A2DP Remote play for Playstation 3 Price: Php23,950 Sony Ericsson Satio 3.5 inches display…

Why Dual-SIM phones aren’t picking up?

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: March 21, 2009

Someone asked me why I don't use dual-SIM phones instead of carrying 2 or 3 phones at a time. I said that if there were only high-end phones that support dual-SIM, I might consider using them. So the question popped up -- why aren't dual-SIM phones picking up? They've been here for years, even started with custom modules for Nokia 5110 and 6110 many years ago (the one that you turn off and on whenever you want to switch active SIM). Even today, there are very few manufacturers and even phone models that support dual-SIM. Of course, that does not…