An anonymous customer has brought what seems to be an iPhone 6 Plus to a mobile phone shop in Hanoi today.
Tran Quang Anh, Director of Nhat Cuong Mobile, told local modia that the customer had asked his shop to activate the device and install apps.
The customer “did not leave any information, so it's almost impossible for us to know the origin of the iPhone.”
An employee of Nhat Cuong Mobile holds an iPhone 6 Plus, which the shop said belonged to an anonymous customer. Photo courtesy of Nhat Cuong Mobile.
The phone was working on the local Viettel network.
Apple announced on Sep. 9 that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will ship on September 19 in the US, France, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan. Preorders kick off on September 12.
FPT Corp., which last year qualified as Vietnam’s “premium” reseller of Apple products, said today that both devices may be on sale in the country in early October.
Another view of the iPhone 6 Plus seen in a mobile shop in Hanoi. Photo courtesy of Nhat Cuong Mobile.