The Sony Xperia X that was launched last year for Rs. 49K is now available for Rs. 24,990. The handset already got a price cut before and now another price cut brings the handset cost to under Rs. 25K.
A new point and shoot camera by Sony called the Cybershot DSC HX350 has been launched and now available on Amazon for Rs. 26,999. This camera can shoot in 20.4MP resolution; it also comes with DSLR like creative modes.
Sony has launched their latest mirrorless camera the Sony A6500 with hybrid AF, 5 axis OIS and with 4K capabilities in India. The A6500 mirrorless camera will be available at all Sony centers, electronic and flagship stores in India – price (body) starts from Rs. 119,990.
The Sony Cybershot RX100M5 is a compact point and shoot camera that comes with 1.0 type sensor – ultimate for capturing stills and movies. The sensor is blazingly fast, the World’s fastest AF – with a 0.05 seconds AF lock.
Sony today announced a new TV in Bravia series the Sony Bravia KD-65Z9D. This next gen TV is using 4K HDR technology for advanced and enhanced viewing experience. The 65 inch TV price in India is Rs. 5,04,900.
Sony launched the Sony Xperia XZ android marshmallow powered smartphone in India with a price tag of Rs. 51,990. This handset houses the 64 bit snapdragon 820 chipset that many of you are well aware of.
Sony India today launched the Sony Xperia XA Ultra smartphone in Indian markets with a price tag of Rs. 29,990. This is a Helio P10 octa core processor running Marshmallow with 3GB RAM. This smartphone will be available in Gold, Black and White color options from Sony / Major retail stores in India.
Sony had recently announced the Sony 15000 mAh capacity and Sony 20000 mAh capacity power banks (PB) in India. These PB’s are exclusively available on Flipkart – Sony CP-S20 (20,000 mAh) is priced at Rs. 7,500 and Sony CP-S15 (15,000 mAh) is priced at Rs. 5,100.
Sony launched Xperia X and the Xperia XA in the Indian markets for Rs. 48,990 and Rs. 20,990. The Xperia X is powered by snapdragon 650 hexa core processor whereas the Xperia XA is powered by MediaTek Helio P10 octa core processor.
Sony unveiled another Xperia handset the Sony Xperia XA Ultra. Key highlight about this smartphone is that it is powered by Helio P10 processor and sports a 6 inch FHD screen. The XA Ultra also comes with a 21.5MP hybrid AF primary camera. The price! Not yet disclosed.
Sony India launched 3 new G Master series featuring interchangeable lenses FE 24-70mm F2.8, 85mm F1.4 GM telephoto and 70-200 F2.8 GM telephoto with price starting from Rs. 129,990. The 24-70mm and the 85mm is already available and the 70-200mm will hit the stores in August 2016.
At MWC 2016, Sony showcased the Xperia X, Xperia X Performance and Xperia XA smartphones. The Sony Xperia XA is octa core powered smartphone with 5 inch edge to edge display and the Xperia X performance is powered by quad core Snapdragon 820 whereas the Xperia X is powered by Snapdragon 650 hexa core chipset.