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Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro (Red)
bidorbuy ID: 77054366

Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro (Red)

R4,400.00

27%

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The Android smartphone for fast messaging and added visual brilliance at an affordable price, Sony Ericsson's Xperia Pro is a mid-level smartphone that offers loads of high-end tech. The Xperia Pro's ergonomic slide-out QWERTY keyboard is the key feature for those who love to message and business users alike. There's also has a 3.7 inch Reality Display screen driven by Sony's Mobile Bravia engine technology and an 8.1MP camera with Exmor R sensor that captures superb photos and HD video in any light conditions, making the Xperia Pro a high-quality multi-media handset.

Features you'll love:

  • Smooth slide-out QWERTY keyboard with optimized spacing and solid, responsive keys
  • 3.7 inch touchscreen with SonyÂÂ’s Reality Display powered by Mobile BRAVIA Engine for richer colours and sharp contrast
  • 8.1MP camera with Exmor R sensor captures superb photos and HD video recording, even in low light conditions
  • Work on the move; synch your emails and edit you office documents in OfficeSuite Pro
  • Android (Gingerbread) phone, with access to hundreds of thousands of apps and all your favourite Google tools
  • HDMI output and cable to hook up to your TV
 

Manufacturer's description

Android smartphone for fast messaging:
Write away. Right away - messaging is fast on the Xperia pro smartphone. Perfectly balanced through the combination of Sony multimedia technology and Android. Entertainment whenever you want it. And your Xperia pro works as a business phone, too.

Write away with your Android keyboard phone:
Slide out the superbly designed keyboard of your Xperia pro smartphone and write away. Your Android keyboard phone comes with a set of smart functions such as the Type & Send function and Smart Keyboard - things designed to make your mobile life a little easier.

Sony and Xperia pro. Pure brilliance:
Sony's Exmor R for mobile image sensor keeps your pictures sharp - even in low light. See your snaps in super-bright colours on the Reality Display powered by the Mobile BRAVIA® Engine. Or view pics and videos on an even bigger screen: connect your Xperia pro to your HD TV using the HDMI connector.

Get some work done - it's a business phone, too:
Synch your email and calendar on the fly. Keep your bearings with apps like Google Maps and Google Latitude. Edit your docs in OfficeSuite Pro and work on the go with your business phone. And when you want more, get it from Android Market.


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Q:
Hi, is the phone still available and would you sell for 3K? - Asked by lu2 (10 Rating score between 10 and 49)
28 Nov 15:52 
 
A:
Hi, The phone is still available. I am open to negotiation - would you consider R3500?
30 Nov 12:13 
 
Q:
Would you consider dropping your price at all?
UPDATED: 22 Nov 09:47
Possibly somewhere around the 2.5K mark. I have a current phone so not super keen at that price. But I understand that this might be well below what you want. If it doesn't sell by your date, let me know.
UPDATED: 22 Nov 10:28
Ja I figured that as much - I am really not trying to squeeze you (although that might be what it seems like), but just that I am only tempted for the buy. Basically I have a phone already, but am looking for a Sony Ericsson as an option. I would consider R3000.00 - but am luke warm at the moment - let me know if this is your absolute minimum? Your father in law is a lekka oke - he lectured me ages ago. I have a huge amount of respect for him.
UPDATED: 22 Nov 12:00
Ok - am not a Nigerian scam - I promise. I would be a definite buyer at R2750.00 - but if you are fixed on R3000.00 then I need to think about it.
UPDATED: 22 Nov 19:17
Cool - will let you know if I fold...up. - Asked by BenCobbing (22 Rating score between 10 and 49Verified User
21 Nov 16:27 
 
A:
Yes, I would. May I ask how much you would offer me for it?
UPDATED: 22 Nov 10:08
Hi Ben, That is a lot lower than I would like to go, I was hoping for at least R3500. Would you consider R3000? I believe we may know each other vaguely - my father-in-law, Sirion Robertson, filled in for your wife at St Andrews while she was on maternity leave recently?
UPDATED: 22 Nov 11:47
I understand if the price is too high for you especially if you are not really in the market for a phone - as I said I would like to get R3500, but would be happy to settle for R3000 since I won't have to go to all the effort of packaging and posting. I had an offer to purchase it previously, but that turned out to be a Nigerian scam, which was very disappointing, so it would be nice to sell it to a fellow Grahamstonian.
UPDATED: 22 Nov 14:37
I don't think I could go lower than R3000, but I'll certainly let you know if I change my mind. Thanks.
22 Nov 09:34