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Published On: Mon, Oct 29th, 2012

Apple iPhone 5 16GB Version Available Online For Rs. 45,500

Apple fanatics can now grab the all new iPhone 5, 16 GB version for just Rs. 45,500 from an online store. The product is sold with one year warranty at Saholic.com where this 16GB version is on sale.  If you are seeking to buy this new generation iPhone 5 then do not waste time as the stock can end quickly.

The phone will be shipped with 12-month manufacturer warranty along with proper bill. One thing that must be considered is the price of Apple iPhone 5 that Apple may keep similar to Saholic. The online retailer has announced that other versions of this phone will be available in next few days with the pricing that has been already revealed – 32 GB for Rs. 52,500 and 64 GB for Rs, 59,500. As said by Saholic, the phone with 16GB internal memory will be shipped in 11 business days starting from Saturday 27 October and so it is already fulfilling many Indian’s wishes before the India launch.

Apart from this online site, Infibeam has listed the iPhone 5 for pre-orders in India where owners have to pay Rs. 5,000 as booking charges. There is no further pricing details given, but it is expected that the phone will ship in 2-3 business days starting from the date of release or first week of November.

iPhone 5 Online

Apple iPhone 5 is a 7.6 mm thin smartphone and is marketed as the most powerful smartphone in the world. The design of this cellphone is amazing though similar to the previous model, but the increased screen size has made the phone much more demanding among global consumers. With refined design, more sophisticated hardware, much powerful camera, and amazing specs under hood made the device a premium model which cannot be challenged easily.

Excluding the global market, the Indian market has also shown much demand for this new phone and is already set to be sold out from shelves instantly even from the grey market. In this matter, it doesn’t mean anything to owners even if the phone is sold for more price than the original one because they are just dying to get this phone in hand.

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