iPhone XR Rs 5,000 cheaper and 4 other great mobile phone deals in Amazon Great Indian Sale

“iPhone XR, Redmi Note 8 Pro, OnePlus 7T, Samsung Galaxy M40, and Xiaomi Mi A3 are seeing some of the best deals during the Amazon Great Indian Sale” 

The Amazon Great Indian Sale has begun for Prime customers on the e-commerce platform, with exciting discounts and offers on smartphones, smart TVs, and other electronics. For non-Prime customers, the sale will begin on January 19th and will continue until January 22nd. During the ongoing sale, customers will find tons of smartphones available with discounts and deals, but not all of them are exciting or worth considering. To help you save some time, we have picked some of the best deals on smartphones that you can consider. Smartphones like the iPhone XR, Redmi Note 8 Pro, OnePlus 7T, Samsung Galaxy M40, and Xiaomi Mi A3 are seeing some of the best deals on Amazon right now. 

iPhone XR: Rs 42,900

iPhone XR is once again seeing an exciting price drop, selling for as low as Rs 42,900 on Amazon during the Great Indian Sale. The iPhone XR was launched in 2018 at Rs 76,900 and has since received several price cuts, especially after the launch of the iPhone 11. The iPhone XR at Rs 42,900 during the Amazon sale makes it a terrific deal for anyone looking for a new iPhone to upgrade to. iPhone XR sports a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina LCD display and is powered by the A12 Bionic chipset. It sports a 12MP camera on the back and can be updated to iOS 13.

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OnePlus 7T: Rs 33,499

OnePlus 7T typically sells at Rs 34,999 for the 8GB + 128GB variant, but customers can purchase the smartphone for as low as Rs 33,499 via SBI Bank credit card that will offer up to Rs 1,500 as instant discount. OnePlus 7T is easily the company’s best value for money smartphone as it offers flagship specs like a Snapdragon 855 Plus and 48MP triple camera setup along with a 6.55-inch AMOLED 90Hz display and Warp Charge 30T fast charging support, all at an affordable price point.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro: Rs 13,999

The Redmi Note 8 Pro is getting a price cut for the first time on Amazon during the Great Indian Sale. Originally priced at Rs 14,999, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is currently selling with a Rs 1,000 off at Rs 13,999 on Amazon. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek G90T chipset, a 64MP quad-camera setup and 4,500mAh battery.

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Redmi Note 8: Rs 9,000

The popular Redmi Note 8 smartphone will be up for grabs in the Amazon sale at Rs 9,000, down from its price tag of Rs 9,999. This price is after customers use a SBI credit card to purchase the smartphone. Moreover, if they exchange an old smartphone, they will get an additional Rs 1,000 exchange discount from Amazon.

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Samsung Galaxy M40: Rs 13,999

The Samsung Galaxy M40 is probably seeing the best deal of them all. The smartphone, which is typically priced at Rs 17,990, is currently available for as low as Rs 13,999. The Galaxy M40, to recall, is the first in the Galaxy M-series to sport a punch-hole cutout. It sports a 6.3-inch Infinity display, gets a 20MP from front-facing camera and 4,500mAh battery.

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Samsung Galaxy M30s: Rs 12,999

The Samsung Galaxy M30s is the most affordable mainstream smartphone with a huge 6,000mAh battery, which allows it to last well over 2 days on a single charge. The smartphone usually sells for Rs 13,999, but is getting a first-time Rs 12,999 discount in the ongoing Amazon sale.

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Xiaomi Mi A3: Rs 11,999

Xioami’s one and only Android One smartphone is selling for Rs 11,999 on Amazon, which is down from Rs 12,499. SBI Bank card users can further get up to Rs 1,500 instant discount on the phone bringing its price down to as low as Rs 10,499. This is a good deal for customers looking for a solid Android One smartphone. The Mi A3 brings a 48MP triple camera setup and runs stock Android 9 Pie out of the box.

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Sanket is a technology writer when he isn't busy rewatching Star Wars while eating pizza. He has previously worked at India Today and NDTV and has a fair knowledge about pop-culture trends and smartphones.
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