Sony has imported four new smartphone prototypes in India for testing and debugging purposes, according to a listing (see image below) on Indian site Zauba, which tracks the country's import and export.
The handsets that were imported include the Seahawk Rex PQ, Eagle Rex AP, Seahawk Gina AP, and the Eagle Rilads AP. As for the price, each prototype carries a tag of INR 39,239 ($617), suggesting that these are high-end devices.
Given the limited information at hand, it is difficult to speculate about the devices at the moment. Meanwhile, Sony's latest smartphone, the Xperia Z3+, is expected to be unveiled in India this week.
Nice one troll! By the way, next time you troll, do your research. One does not simply take the battery of an Xperia Z-series phone, and just put it back in! Lol!
why sony send devices to india for testing?
You cant take the battery out of the z series.......