Rogers officially launches Sony Xperia Ion, starting from $49!

Rogers officially launches Sony Xperia Ion, starting from $49!

Do you know about the Sony Xperia Ion AT&T is offering at the moment? The device finally landed in Canada via nation’s one of the largest mobile network known as Rogers Wireless. But we didn’t think Rogers is going to be that generous with it because they are offering this marvellous phone for a very low price tag. With a three-year plan, you can get it for just $49.99 though if you are planning to go for a two-year plan, it will set you back at $449, maybe that’s how thing works in Canada. Though if you got some good cash in your hand, then you can get it for $549.99 outright.

It features a 4.6-inch HD display, Snapdragon S3 processor, a 12MP Sony Exmor R rear camera, though the only drawback is Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but it will be receiving an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich soon.

Anyone in Canada planning to grab this device from Rogers? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Rogers via MobileSyrup

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