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Kingdom welcomes new iPhone models

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People purchase the new iPhones at an Apple store in New York in September this year. SPENCER PLATT/GETTY IMAGES/AFP

Kingdom welcomes new iPhone models

Smart Axiata has announced that the new iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR will be available at their stores on Friday.

The company is open to pre-orders from now until November 1. The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR are priced between $1,248 and $948, respectively.

Chief Marketing Officer of Smart Axiata Stjepan Udovicic said Smart is as excited as Apple fans to unveil iPhones’ latest offerings in Cambodia.

“Customers will soon be able to enjoy the latest Apple devices with our most comprehensive plans and lifestyle offerings."

“Walk-in customers will also be able to purchase the iPhones from other Smart Shops nationwide with additional benefits worth hundreds of dollars.”

The products will also be available in the grey market.

The owner of Hakse Phone Shop in the capital, Chhim Sang Heng, said the phones will be available at her venue on November 2 as well.

“My customers have already pre-ordered the latest iPhones,” she said.

The new iPhone XS and XS Max were launched in September, causing lines of Apple fans outside stores around the world.

The iPhone XR was launched this month.

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