iPhone SE comes to Sri Lanka with Dialog

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The iPhone SE is officially here, as Sri Lanka’s authorized partner network for Apple iPhone, Dialog, launched the latest Apple device island wide this week. 

The iPhone SE is the most powerful 4-inch phone ever, says Apple, which also employs the same advanced chip used in the iPhone 6s. The 64-bit desktop-class architecture brings speed and responsiveness twice that of the iPhone 5s. Equipped with a 12-megapixel iSight camera, users can also avail of 4k video quality with four times the resolution of 1080p HD video. The iPhone SE also comes in the popular Silver, Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold colours, and operate on 4G LTE networks. Dialog will feature the iPhone SE at its Customer Service Centres island wide, presenting the ultimate in mobile devices to Apple enthusiasts locally. 

The iPhone SE will deliver burst speeds of 40Mbps on Dialog’s state-of-the-art 4G network, whilst the company also offers the best in after sales service with warranty for Apple iPhone in the country and comprehensive solutions for the discerning Apple customer.

Available in 16GB and 64GB models, the iPhone SE runs on an iOS 9 operating system featuring a Touch ID Advanced Security System. The 16GB iPhone SE is available for Rs. 74,990 whilst the 64GB version is priced at Rs. 93,990 coupled with 12-month interest free credit card plans from selected banks. 

The country’s premier telecommunications service provider, and only authorized partner network for Apple, Dialog, grants an unparalleled service experience to users island wide.


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