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Daftar Harga Sony Xperia Bulan Maret 2013

Daftar Harga Sony Xperia Bulan Maret 2013 - Memasuki awal bulan Maret 2013, harga-harga Sony Xperia sebahagian mengalami peburunan harga. Sony Xperia merupakan salah satu Smartphone yang banyak penggemarnya. Selain Harga Sony Xperia yang cukup terjangkau bagi masyarakat kalangan menengah kebawah, Spesifikasi yang dimiliki Sony Xperia juga sudah mumpuni (canggih) sesuai dengan perkembangan jaman.

Sehingga, tidak jarang masyarakat Indonesia bahkan masyarakat Dunia yang ingin memiliki Smartphone produk Sony Xperia. Bagi anda yang ingin mengetahui Harga Sony Xperia Bulan Maret 2013 berikut ini kami persembahkan beberapa Harga Xperia yang sedang anda cari. Semoga Smartphone Sony Xperia yang anda cari, sesuai dengan harga ke inginan anda (Mencukupi isi Kantong anda).

 Daftar Harga Sony Xperia Bulan Maret 2013

Type / Model Sony Xperia
Harga Baru Harga Bekas
Sony Xperia Go Rp 2.750.000,- Rp 2.350.000,-
Sony Xperia LT26II SL Rp 4.100.000,- Rp 3.750.000,-
Sony Xperia Sola Rp 2.500.000,- Rp 2.100.000,-
Sony Xperia U ST25i Rp 2.100.000,- Rp 1.750.000,-
Sony LT26i Xperia S Rp 4.450.000,- Rp 3.950.000,-
Sony Xperia Tipo ST21I Rp 1.450.000,- Rp 1.100.000,-
Sony Xperia Tipo Dual Rp 1.520.000,- Rp 1.200.000,-
Sony Xperia Neo L MT25I Rp 2.250.000,- Rp 1.850.000,-
Sony Xperia Acro S LT26W Rp 4.650.000,- Rp 4.375.000,-
Sony Xperia P LT22i Rp 3.150.000,- Rp 2.800.000,-
Sony Xperia Sola MT27I Pepper Rp 2.450.000,- Rp 2.050.000,-
Sony Xperia JST26I Rp 2.400.000,- Rp 2.100.000,-
Sony XPeria Miro ST23I Rp 1.950.000,- -
Sony Xperia Neo L MT25i Rp 2.200.000,- Rp 1.850.000,-
Sony Xperia Ion LT28I Rp 4.700.000,- Rp 4.300.000,-

Daftar Harga Sony Xperia Bulan Maret 2013 tersebut diatas tentunya dapat berubah sewaktu-waktu dan menyesuaikan harga pasaran smartphone. Harga Sony Xperia juga dapat berbeda pada daerah/lokasi tempat pembelian anda. Maka, harga Sony Xperia yang kami sebutkan merupakan sebagai harga pembanding bagi anda ketika anda ingin membelinya.

Demikian informasi ini kami sampaikan, semoga dapat bermanfaat bagi anda yang membutuhkannya. Selain itu, anda juga dapat melihat informasi Harga Sony Xperia lainnya pada link kami dibawah ini:

Harga Xperia ZL Bulan Maret 2013

Harga Xperia ZL Bulan Maret 2013 - Baru-baru ini Xperia kembali mengumumkan produk terbaru mereka pada pasaran smartphone. Pada Ahir tahun 2012 silam, Sony Xperia secara resmi mengumumkan produk terbarunya yang diberi nama Sony Xperia ZL. Perlengkapan apa saja yang terdapat pada smartphone Sony Xperia ZL? Berikut ini beritahukan mengenai Spesifikasi dan Harga Sony Xperia ZL Bulan Maret 2013.

  • Tipe : CandyBar Dimensi : 131.6 x 69.3 x 9.8 mm
  • Berat : 151 g Layar : 1080 x 1920 pixels, 5.0 inches (~441 ppi pixel density)
  •  Warna layar : TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
  • Warna Hp : Black, White
  • Ringtone Tipe : MP3 ringtones
  • Memory Internal : 16 GB
  • Slot microSD : yes, up to 64 GB
  • RAM : 2 GB
  • Koneksi : GPRS, EDGE, HSPA+, LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, Infra Red, microUSB v2.0 (MHL)
  • OS : Android OS, v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
  • Prosesor : Qualcomm MSM8064 Snapdragon, Quad-core 1.5 GHz Krait , Adreno 320
  • Message : SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, IM, Push Email
  • Browser : HTML5
  • Kamera utama : 13 MP, 4128×3096 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, image stabilization, sweep panorama, Video 1080p@30fps, continuous autofocus, video light, video stabilizer
  • Kamera Ke-2 : 2 MP, 720p@30fps
  • Radio : Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • GPS : with A-GPS support and GLONASS
  • Java : via Java MIDP emulator
  • Fitur lain : - SNS integration - TV-out (via MHL A/V link) - One-touch mirroring - IR Remote  - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic - MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV player - MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV/Flac player - Document viewer - Photo viewer/editor - Voice memo/dial - Predictive text input
  • Baterai Tipe : Non-removable 2370 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • Waktu Siaga : 500 jam
  • Waktu Bicara/Aktif : 10 jam
Dari spesifikasi Xperia ZL yang kami sebutkan diatas, terlihat jelas bahwa Xperia ZL sudah memiliki futur-fitur yang mumpuni, sehingga peralatan/spesifikasi yang dimiliki Xperia ZL tidak kalah dengan Spesifikasi Smartphone-smartphone ternama lainnya. Sehingga, kita juga mungkin ingin mengetahui berapa Harga Xperia ZL bulan Maret 2013.


Untuk Harga Xperia ZL, secara resmi belum di umumkan ketika pengumuman Smartphone ini berlangsung. Sampai berita ini kami posting, belum ada sumber yang mengumumkan berapa Harga Xperia ZL di banderol per-unitnya. Namun banyak kalangan yang berpendapat, bahwa Harga Xperia ZL dibanderol sekitar 6 jutaan rupiah perunitnya.

What to expect with the Motorola X Phone, and is it a real game-changer?

Earlier today, there was a report that the Motorola X Phone, which is expected to be the flagship announcement at Google I/O this year, would be a "game-changer", but as expected, there really wasn't any information on exactly how the X Phone would go about changing the game. So, we strapped on our thinking caps and tried to come up with some possibilities for what Motorola/Google could unveil that would really change the game.

First, we have to make it clear that we are trying to imagine what the X Phone could offer that would be a true game-changer, and not merely just an evolution of current technology. Because of that (not to mention that the software was mentioned specifically in the earlier rumor), it seems pretty safe to say that the hardware will not be anything game-changing, so let's get that out of the way now.

The Hardware

This is a Motorola phone, so we fully expect it to look the part. Based on educated guesses and previous rumors, it seems reasonable to assume that the X Phone will have a 5" 1080p display with an extremely small bezel, a quad-core processor, and a much better camera than we currently see on Google's Nexus line. There will likely be a pretty beefy battery and Motorola's traditional Kevlar backing. Because Google is involved, there will definitely be NFC built-in, and we think it's likely that the X Phone will have induction charging and may even be compatible with the newly released Wireless Charging Orb.

There are rumors that the storage options will go as high as 128GB, which is possible, but we wouldn't put it as likely. There are also rumors that unlike Google's Nexus devices, the X Phone will offer an SD card slot, but again, we wouldn't hold our breath on that one.

Larry Page made a point to mention flexible/unbreakable displays recently when talking about Motorola, but he also said that sort of evolution in smartphones would be happening in "5 to 10 years". Given that we're expecting devices this year with flexible/unbreakable glass, the argument could be made that the first device on the market with such a display would be a "game-changer", but we're not sold on that.

Ultimately, none of these rumors, or potential hardware specs for the X Phone can be considered "game-changers". All of this is just the standard evolution of hardware. The real potential for changing the game comes on the software side.

The (usual) Software

The assumption is that the Motorola X Phone will be the flagship device launching with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. We already know a bit of what to expect from KLP, like the addition of support for Bluetooth 4.0 low-energy in stock Android, but otherwise, it's unclear. We would like to see the People app finally work like it is supposed to (read: like the WP People Hub, or the BlackBerry 10 Hub), or a unified messaging app, but those wouldn't be game-changers, just a useful updates.

Similarly, there is expected to be an update to the Android UI with KLP, just like we saw with Android 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0, but it's hard to imagine how a UI change could be a bigger "game-changer" than we saw when Google released Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich back in December of 2011. The jump from Gingerbread to ICS was huge, and while Google and Matias Duarte likely have more in store (Matias famously said that the Android UI is only a third of the way along), it's hard to imagine a jump that big with KLP. That said, we could see a different UI change, like the addition of a desktop UI. Many of you would love to see it, but we're skeptical, because Google wouldn't want to kill off Chromebook support by bringing in Android to the same market.

There have also been rumors that Google is focusing a lot of energy on making the camera app in KLP much better than what we've seen. Combine that with the rumor of a Sony lens in the X Phone and that would be quite an improvement, and certainly a "game-changer" for Google, but maybe not for the smartphone ecosystem as a whole.

The same would go for the potential that Google could add a profile changer to KLP. This is another feature that users have been asking for, and since Google has already added multiple user support on tablets in Android 4.2, there's no reason we couldn't see the addition of a profile manager allowing for separate setups for work, home, traveling, etc.

But, again, these are expected updates, and really nothing game-changing, so let's jump into the more radical possibilities.


Galaxy S IV mini is rumored for release in May

Galaxy S IV mini is rumored for release in May - There’s been a lot of talk about what’s being called Samsung Galaxy J. This is not one device, but a family of smartphones. Rumored to be the Galaxy S IV that is highly anticipated, the J Mini (which would be the S4 Mini) as well as another unknown device. New reports today are surfacing with claims that the Mini will actually hit shelves and be available in May, so not long after it’s bigger brother.

Original reports on this device are that the specs will be similar to its elder brother, the Galaxy S IV. The only thing different is the screen size and the lack of wireless charging capability. With that said, this device could mean a great competition for the iPhone 5/ 5S. Our reason behind that? Well, the S IV would be a high end phone and it shall be once again in a class of its own.

Thus, with all that great power in the S IV and having the reports say that the specs are similar for the mini S IV, this phone will be a very powerful device indeed. Well, that’s all for now, we’ll make sure to let you in on the latest Android news. Stay tuned!


Samsung rumored to launch Galaxy S IV Mini in May

Samsung rumored to launch Galaxy S IV Mini in May - Samsung could be releasing a Galaxy S IV Mini in May, shortly after the Galaxy S IV itself, if rumors are to be believed. The smaller version of the expected Galaxy S IV is said to be released at some point in May, and though light on details relating to specifications, it should follow a similar pattern to the Mini variant of the Galaxy S III.

Sources of SamMobile claim that Project J Active, codenamed Fortius and identified as the Galaxy S IV, would be followed by the Project J Mini, codenamed Serrano. Accessories for the Project J Mini, such as a clear cover, flip cover, and a protective cover, apparently need to be done by Week 21, which would be between May 20th and May 26th.

The Galaxy S III Mini turned out to be a neutered version of the Galaxy S III, offering the styling and a number of the features found in its bigger stablemate, though with lower specifications and a 4-inch form. If the Mini for the Galaxy S IV is a similar concept to the Galaxy S III Mini, it will likely have a slower processor, lower-resolution camera, and a much smaller screen, among other features.

Meteor explodes, rains down on central Russia; 1100 injured

Meteor explodes, rains down on central Russia; 1100 injured

A meteor streaked across the sky and exploded over Russia's Ural Mountains with the power of an atomic bomb Friday, its sonic blasts shattering countless windows and injuring about 1100 people.

The spectacle deeply frightened many Russians, with some elderly women declaring that the world was coming to an end. Many of the injured were cut by flying glass as they flocked to windows, curious about what had produced such a blinding flash of light.

The meteor estimated to be about 10 tons entered the Earth's atmosphere at a hypersonic speed of at least 54,000 kph and shattered into pieces about 30-50 kilometres above the ground, the Russian Academy of Sciences said in a statement.

Amateur video showed an object speeding across the sky about 9:20 a.m. local time, just after sunrise, leaving a thick white contrail and an intense flash.

"There was panic. People had no idea what was happening," said Sergey Hametov, a resident of Chelyabinsk, a city of 1 million about 1500 kilometres east of Moscow.

"We saw a big burst of light, then went outside to see what it was and we heard a really loud, thundering sound," he told The Associated Press by telephone.

The meteor hit less than a day before Asteroid 2012 DA14 is to make the closest recorded pass of an asteroid to the Earth about 28,000 kilometres. But the European Space Agency said its experts had determined there was no connection just cosmic coincidence.

The meteor released several kilotons of energy above the region, the Russian science academy said. According to Nasa, it was about 15 meters (49 feet) wide before it hit the atmosphere, about one-quarter the size of the passing asteroid.

Some meteorite fragments fell in a reservoir outside the town of Chebarkul. The crash left an eight-meter (26-foot) -wide crater in the ice.

The shock wave blew in an estimated 100,000 square metres of glass, according to city officials, who said 3,000 buildings in the city were damaged. At one zinc factory, part of the roof collapsed.

The Interior Ministry said about 1,00 people sought medical care after the shock wave and 48 of them were hospitalized. Most of the injuries were caused by flying glass, officials said.

There was no immediate word on any deaths or anyone struck by space fragments.

Meteors typically cause sizeable sonic booms when they enter the atmosphere because they are traveling so much faster than the speed of sound. Injuries on the scale reported Friday, however, are extraordinarily rare.

"I went to see what that flash in the sky was about," recalled resident Marat Lobkovsky. "And then the window glass shattered, bouncing back on me. My beard was cut open, but not deep. They patched me up. It's OK now."

Another resident, Valya Kazakov, said some elderly women in his neighborhood started crying out that the world was ending.

Russian-language hashtags for the meteorite quickly shot up into Twitter's top trends.

Lessons had just started at Chelyabinsk schools when the meteor exploded, and officials said 258 schoolchildren were among those injured. Amateur video footage showed a teacher speaking to her class as a powerful shockwave hit the room.

Yekaterina Melikhova, a high school student whose nose was bloody and whose upper lip was covered with a bandage, said she was in her geography class when a bright light flashed outside.

"After the flash, nothing happened for about three minutes. Then we rushed outdoors. I was not alone, I was there with Katya. The door was made of glass, a shock wave made it hit us," she said.

Russian television ran footage of athletes at a city sports arena who were showered by shards of glass from huge windows. Some of them were still bleeding.

Other videos showed a long shard of glass slamming into the floor close to a factory worker and massive doors blown away by the shock wave.

The vast implosion of glass windows exposed many residents to the bitter cold as temperatures in the city were expected to plummet to minus 20 Celsius (minus 4 Fahrenheit) overnight.

The regional governor immediately urged any worker who can pane windows to rush to the area to help out.

Meteroids are small pieces of space debris usually parts of comets or asteroids that are on a collision course with the Earth. They become meteors when they enter the Earth's atmosphere. Most meteors burn up in the atmosphere, but if they survive the frictional heating and strike the surface of the Earth they are called meteorites.

The site of Friday's spectacular show is about 5,000 kilometers (3,000 miles) west of Tunguska, which in 1908 was the site of the largest recorded explosion of a space object plunging to Earth. That blast, attributed to a comet or asteroid fragment, is generally estimated to have been about 10 megatons; it leveled some 80 million trees.

Scientists believe that a far larger meteorite strike on what today is Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula may have been responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs about 66 million years ago. According to that theory, the impact would have thrown up vast amounts of dust that blanketed the sky for decades and altered the climate on Earth.

The meteor could have produced much more serious problems. Chelyabinsk is an industrial town long held to be one of the world's most polluted areas, and the area around it hosts nuclear and chemical weapons disposal facilities.

Vladimir Chuprov of Greenpeace Russia said the Russian government has underestimated potential risks of the region. He noted that the meteor struck only 100 kilometers (60 miles) from the Mayak nuclear storage and disposal facility, which holds dozens of tons of weapons-grade plutonium.

A chemical weapons disposal facility at Shchuchye also contains some 6,000 tons (5,460 metric tons) of nerve agents, including sarin and VX, about 14 per cent of the chemical weapons that Russia is committed to destroy.

The panic and confusion that followed Friday's meteorite crash quickly gave way to typical Russian black humor and entrepreneurial instincts.

Several people smashed in the windows of their houses in the hopes of receiving compensation, the RIA Novosti news agency reported.

Others quickly took to the internet and put what they said were meteorite fragments up for sale.

One of the most popular jokes was that the meteorite was supposed to fall on Dec. 21 last year when many believed the Mayan calendar predicted the end of the world but was delivered late by Russia's notoriously inefficient postal service.

The dramatic event prompted an array of reactions from prominent Russians.

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, speaking at an economic forum in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, said the meteor could be a symbol for the forum, showing that "not only the economy is vulnerable, but the whole planet."

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, a nationalist leader noted for his vehement statements, blamed the Americans.

"It's not meteors falling. It's the test of a new weapon by the Americans," the RIA Novosti news agency quoted him as saying.

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said the incident showed the need for leading world powers to develop a system to intercept objects falling from space.

"At the moment, neither we nor the Americans have such technologies" to shoot down meteors or asteroids, he said, according to the Interfax news agency.

Jim Green, Nasa's director of planetary science, called the back-to-back celestial events an amazing display.

"This is indeed very rare and it is historic," he said on Nasa TV. "These fireballs happen about once a day or so, but we just don't see them because many of them fall over the ocean or in remote areas. "

- AP

Russia starts clean-up after meteor strike

Russia starts clean-up after meteor strike

Chelyabinsk, Russia (CNN) -- A day after a spectacular meteor blast shook Russia's Urals region, the clean-up operation got under way Saturday in the hard-hit Russian city of Chelyabinsk.

Although some buildings were unscathed when the sonic waves from the Friday morning explosion reverberated through the region, others lost some or most windows or had walls come tumbling down.

More than 1,000 people were injured, including more than 200 children, according to news reports. Many of them were hit by flying glass.

Most of those hurt were in the Chelyabinsk region; the majority of injuries are not thought to be serious.

However, one woman was flown to Moscow to be treated for a spinal injury resulting from the shock wave from the blast, state media reported. About 50 people were still hospitalized Saturday.
Photos: Meteor explodes over Russia Photos: Meteor explodes over Russia

Altogether more than 4,000 buildings, mostly apartment blocks, were damaged and 200,000 square kilometers (77,220 square miles) of glass were broken, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency cited the Chelyabinsk regional emergencies ministry as saying Saturday.

5 things to know about meteors and asteroids

Local officials have estimated the damage at more than 1 billion rubles (more than $33 million), RIA Novosti said. Chelyabinsk Governor Mikhail Yurevich promised compensation to all those affected, the official Itar-Tass news agency said.

With temperatures dipping well below freezing at night, the need to fix windows left gaping by the blast is urgent.

The city of Chelyabinsk was functioning normally Saturday as the repair work began.

Workers swept up broken glass, boarded up holes and began fitting new panes of glass in some buildings.

"This is no exaggeration"

Residents told CNN of their shock as they saw, heard and felt the awesome blast, and the chaos and confusion they witnessed in the moments afterward, when no one knew what had happened.

Many were relieved nothing worse came to pass and believe the city had a lucky escape as fragments of the meteor came raining down.

Denis Kuznetsov, a 23-year-old historian from Chelyabinsk, told CNN via e-mail that he had heard and felt the shockwave despite being far from the center of the city.

At first there was a blinding flash lasting several seconds, which made him want to shut his eyes. The light shone "like 10 suns," he said. "This is no exaggeration."

Kuznetsov said he experienced what felt like "a push," as a sound wave passed through his body. "For some seconds I simply stood," amid the sound of breaking glass, he said.

After calming his parents, Kuznetsov tried to call friends, but all cellphone coverage was down. The internet still worked, however, and he managed to reach a friend in the city center who told of emergency responders heading into the streets.

At first, confusion was widespread, he said, with many people believing the boom had to do with a satellite or plane. But within an hour or so, news broadcasts declared it was a meteorite.

"There was no panic. All behaved quietly," he said.

Schools and many offices closed. Kuznetsov monitored the news, as the reported number of victims "grew hour by hour," he said. "Thank God no one died."

Meteor tweets we wish we'd thought of

CNN iReporter Max Chuykov saw the meteor trail from the city of Yekaterinburg. He shared on Instagram that it was close to the ground.

Ekaterina Shlygina posted to CNN iReport and wrote on Instagram: "Upon Chelyabinsk a huge fireball has exploded. It wasn't an aircraft."

"Tiny asteroid" packs a big punch

About 24,000 emergency response workers were mobilized across the Chelyabinsk region Saturday, Itar-Tass cited the governor's office as saying.

Hospitals, kindergartens and schools were among the buildings affected by the blast, said Vladimir Stepanov of the National Center for Emergency Situations at the Russian Interior Ministry.

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West of the city, authorities sealed off a section of a frozen lake where it was believed a sizable meteorite crashed through the ice.

But a team of divers has found no trace of any meteorite in the lake, an emergencies ministry spokeswoman told state media on Saturday.

Opinion: Don't count 'doomsday asteroid' out yet

The meteor was a once-in-a-century event, NASA officials said, describing it as a "tiny asteroid."

The space agency revised its estimate of the meteor's size upward late Friday from 49 feet (15 meters) to 55 feet (17 meters), and its estimated mass from 7,000 tons to 10,000 tons.

The space agency also increased the estimated amount of energy released in the meteor's explosion from about 300 to nearly 500 kilotons. By comparison, the nuclear bomb the United States dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 released an estimated 15 kilotons of energy.

The whole event, from the meteor's atmospheric entry to its disintegration in the air above central Russia, took 32.5 seconds, NASA said.

Saving Earth from asteroids

The national space agency, Roscosmos, said scientists believe one meteoroid entered the atmosphere, where it burned and disintegrated into fragments.

Amateur video footage showed a bright white streak moving rapidly across the sky before exploding with an even brighter flash and a deafening bang.

The explosion occurred about 9:20 a.m. local time, as many people were out and about.

A once in a lifetime event

Russians captured vivid images, many using dash cameras inside their vehicles.

Dash cameras are popular in Russia for several reasons, including possible disputes over traffic accidents and the corrupt reputations of police in many areas. Drivers install the cameras for their own protection and to document incidents they could be caught in.

Opinion: Meteor shows why it is crucial to keep an eye on the sky

Five regions of Russia, one of them Chelyabinsk, are thought to have been affected, Itar-Tass said. RIA Novosti cited emergencies ministry officials as saying three regions and Kazakhstan were involved.

NASA said on its website that the meteor was the largest reported since 1908, when the famous Tunguska event took place in remote Siberia.

In that incident, an asteroid entered the atmosphere and exploded, leveling about 80 million trees over an area of 820 square miles -- about two-thirds the size of Rhode Island -- but leaving no crater.

"We would expect an event of this magnitude to occur once every 100 years on average," said Paul Chodas of NASA's Near-Earth Object Program Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

"When you have a fireball of this size, we would expect a large number of meteorites to reach the surface, and in this case there were probably some large ones."

NASA estimates 4,700 'potentially hazardous' asteroids

In what astronomers said was an unrelated coincidence, a larger asteroid, called 2012 DA14, passed relatively close to Earth around 2:24 p.m. ET Friday.

Stargazers in Australia, Asia and Eastern Europe could see the asteroid with the aid of a telescope or binoculars, but it never got closer than 17,100 miles to the planet's surface.

The Russian meteor was about one-third the size of the asteroid. The two bodies were on very different trajectories, scientists said.
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