Turkey’s Blue Sensor Elektrd Group has announced that its latest flagship smartphone, the Blue Sensor A4, will cost $799 for the 64GB model.
The company has sold nearly half a million phones in Turkey over the last three years, but has not had a large enough smartphone market to be profitable.
The A4 is one of the most popular smartphones in Turkey, and it has been one of its most successful sellers.
The 64GB models of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6s Plus are the most expensive iPhone models in Turkey.
In the US, Apple has said that it has sold 5 million iPhones in Turkey since it launched the iPhone 5S in 2016.
However, there is a high demand for 64GB iPhones in the country.
According to a source familiar with the matter, Apple’s decision to sell only 64GB iPhone models is in keeping with the strategy of its Turkish smartphone partner, Blue Sensor.
Blue Sensor is a Chinese electronics manufacturer.
The company makes smartphones, and has also started to make smartphones for Turkish companies, like the Turkish company Tekep, which is the third-largest smartphone manufacturer in Turkey after Xiaomi and Onda.
Blue Sensor is now making smartphones for its Turkish clients, and they include Onda, which makes the popular Apple TV streaming device.
According a Turkish website that is not linked to Blue Sensor, the company has said it will sell 1 million phones for Turkey in 2018.
The plan has not yet been confirmed, but it is expected to be a significant jump from its previous record of only 1.3 million phones.