Price List of Sony Mobile Phones in India (2015)

Showing you 28 Sony mobile phone prices in India. PriceBaba helps you find the lowest local and online prices of all mobile phones sold in India. Last Updated on 3rd September 2015.

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Sony Xperia C3 Dual D2502
Rs. 15,099
  • Android (4.4)
  • 8 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 5.5 inches display
Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Dual
Rs. 18,290
  • Android (5.0)
  • 13 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 5 inches display
Sony Xperia M2 Dual D2302
Rs. 8,383
  • Android (4.3)
  • 8 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 4.8 inches display
Sony Xperia C5 Ultra Dual
Rs. 27,430
  • Android (5.0)
  • 13 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 6 inches display
Sony Xperia Z Ultra C6833
Rs. 16,000
  • Android (4.2)
  • 8 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 6.4 inches display
Sony Xperia C4 Dual
Rs. 21,249
  • Android (5.0)
  • 13 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 5.5 inches display
Sony Xperia C C2305
Rs. 7,777
  • Android (4.2)
  • 8 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 5 inches display
Sony Xperia E3 Dual D2212
Rs. 8,800
  • Android (4.4)
  • 5 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 4.5 inches display
Sony Xperia T2 Ultra Dual D532...
Rs. 16,899
  • Android (4.3)
  • 13 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 6 inches display
Sony Xperia Z1 C6902
Rs. 16,999
  • Android (4.2)
  • 20.7 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 5 inches display
Sony Xperia M Dual Sim C2004
Rs. 9,000
  • Android (4.1)
  • 5 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 4 inches display
Sony Xperia E4 Dual
Rs. 8,250
  • Android (4.4)
  • 5 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 5 inches display
Sony Xperia Z2 D6502
Rs. 23,999
  • Android (4.4)
  • 20.7 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 5.2 inches display
Sony Xperia T3 D5102
Rs. 13,800
  • Android (4.4)
  • 8 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 5.3 inches display
Sony Xperia E1 Dual D2105
Rs. 5,220
  • Android (4.3)
  • 3.15 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 4 inches display
Sony Xperia M5 Dual
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  • Android (5.0)
  • 21.5 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 5 inches display
Sony Xperia Z3 D6653
Rs. 35,000
  • Android (4.4)
  • 20.7 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 5.2 inches display
Sony Xperia E4g
Rs. 10,500
  • Android (4.4)
  • 5 MP Camera
  • Dual SIM
  • 4.7 inches display
Sony Xperia M C1904
Rs. 5,990
  • Android (4.1)
  • 5 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 4 inches display
Sony Xperia E1 D2005
Rs. 4,999
  • Android (4.3)
  • 3 MP Camera
  • Single SIM
  • 4 inches display
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Sony earlier known as Sony Ericsson is among one of the oldest phone manufacturers currently in the market. Ericsson was the company that was involved in the mobile business in the early 1990s. Ericsson and Nokia were the biggest players in the phone market and were fierce competitors. Both the manufacturers used chips from Philips facility to make their phones, a fire in the factory caused significant delay for Ericsson while Nokia sourced parts from other vendors. Failing to source new chips for the phone Ericsson couldn't make cheaper phones like Nokia did.

In the 2000s Sony was a marginal player in the mobile segment while Ericsson was struggling to keep their mobile division afloat. The two firms decided to join hands in August 2001 that led to the formation of Sony Ericsson comprising of 3500 employees. Sony Ericsson was among the few manufacturers that offered phones with a camera and a color display. They clubbed the phones into series based on the features they had, the K series and the W series were highly popular. The K series were camera centric phones that had brilliant cameras and most phones came with a dedicated shutter button.The Sony Ericsson K750i was a phone that was praised for its 2 megapixel autofocus camera and was launched alongside the Sony Ericsson W800i which boasted 30hrs of music playback time. The W series were for the Walkman series that had good music playback capabilities and a dedicated music buttons.

In 2005 Sony Ericsson became the Global Title Sponsor of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA Tour) for 6 years, a deal which was worth 88 Million Dollars. The manufacturer was already competing with Nokia in emerging markets like India. The next blow to Sony came from Apple when it launched the iPhone in 2007. The combined effect of Symbian Phones from Nokia and the new iPhone resulted in Sony making losses during this phase. Sony Ericsson cut jobs aggressively during this time and shut down multiple R&D centers across the globe. They have a R&D center in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India that is still functional. The year 2010 was Sony Ericsson's first step in the Android world, they launched three devices at an event - the Xperia X10, Xperia X10 mini and the Xperia X8. The same year Sony decided to buy Ericsson's stake in the Sony Ericsson venture for 1.05 Billion Dollar and made the mobile division a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony. The first phones under the Sony branding were the Xperia S, Xperia P and the Xperia U. At CES 2013 Sony introduced a new series called the Xperia Z series with the tag line "The best of Sony in a smartphone" and it featured waterproof flagship devices. They also made introduced other series like the E series which had low and mid end devices, the C series which are camera focused and the M series which now also has waterproof phones.