The Nation October 31, 2012 7:19 pm
Mobile operators in Thailand will start selling iPhone 5 on Friday, November 2, with the price tag of Bt24,550 to Bt31,950.
The long-awaited device is the thinnest and lightest iPhone ever, completely redesigned to feature a stunning new 4-inch Retina display; an Apple-designed A6 chip for blazing fast performance; and ultrafast wireless technology—all while delivering even better battery life. iPhone 5 comes with iOS 6, the world's most advanced mobile operating system with over 200 new features including: Shared Photo Streams, Facebook integration, all-new Maps app and Passbook organisation.
At TrueMove H, customers can now pre-order iPhone 5 from www.truemove-h.com/iPhone. The phones are available with postpaid package and 0 per cent interest 10-month installement plan with participating credit cards.
At Advanced Info Services, phones are available with packages. It quotes the monthly instalment of Bt2,390 for the 16GB device, Bt2,750 for the 32GB piece and Bt3,090 for the 64GB device, for a period of 10 months.
iPhone 5 hits Thai market on Nov 2 - The Nation
i only just got a 4. sigh. always uncool.
In mid November Google will be releasing Nexus 4 which is twice the iPhone 5 for half the price. I think they are going aggressively after Apple and I think they will succeed. The most impressive feature of this phone is camera with it's auto "stitching" feature. Basically, you can now take panoramic photographs and the software will do everything for you.
Somebody get a fake iPhone5 and run excitedly down the line camped outside today yelling "There here early, but they only have one box!".
Hopefully some apple zombies will get crushed in the stampede.
We could all sit outside on banana lounges discussing the best way to rebuild a 4WD transmission and agree, through shared stories of conquests supporting our assertions, that there is no basis to the proposition that those least assured of their persuasions are the first to condemn others for theirs.
Sack of old wank. I just don't understand it all