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iPhone 4 8GB pre-sale starts in Beijing

(Beijing Times)

17:01, November 11, 2011

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

Beijing, Nov.11 (People's Daily Online) --Representatives from electronic product sales companies, including GOME Electrical Appliances and Suning Appliances, said that the iPhone 4 8-gigabyte edition cell phone will be put on the market in Beijing next week.

Currently, all GOME and Suning stores have started receiving bookings for the phone. Consumers can go to these stores with their ID cards to register and pay booking deposits. This edition of the iPhone 4 is same as the 16-gigabyte edition in both the function and appearance — the only difference being the memory size.

The price of the 8-gigabyte edition iPhone 4 is lower than that of the 16-gigabyte edition. According to official information of Apple, both prices of the black and white bare 8-gigabyte edition are 4,088 yuan, which is 460 yuan lower than that of the 16 gigabyte edition. The reporter learned that the total price of an 8-gigabyte edition is 4,999 yuan.

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