“Xiaomi has slashed the prices of the offerings by up to Rs 2,000 in both offline and online stores”
After launching the Redmi Note 7 Pro, Xiaomi has axed the price of its predecessor Redmi Note 6 Pro (only for the 4GB RAM variant) along with Mi A2 smartphone and Mi 4C Pro smart TV. The offerings are now available with up to Rs 2,000 price cut in both online and offline stores. To start with, the Redmi Note 6 Pro can now be purchased for Rs 11,999 instead of Rs 13,999 for the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant. The handset’s top-end 6GB + 128GB option continues to retail for the original price of Rs 15,999.
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As for the Xiaomi’s stock-Android phone the Mi A2, the handset’s price has further been slashed, but just for the base variant. The 4GB + 64GB option of the phone is now retailing at Rs 11,999 instead of Rs 13,999. This is the second price cut for the phone since the start of the year. Its high-end version with 6GB + 128GB configuration is available at Rs 15,999 (which remains untouched).
As for the Xiaomi’s entry-level Mi LED TV 4C Pro 32-inch smart TV, its price has been slashed by Rs 1,000. The unit is now available for Rs 12,999, which is down from its original price of Rs 13,999. The TV was launched last year in the country, and it ships with HD-ready LED display with a 60Hz refresh rate and 178-degree viewing angle. Other features include 2x 10W speakers, quad-core processor, and connectivity options such as WiFi, Bluetooth, 2x USB ports, 3x HDMI ports, Display Mirroring, Screen Casting, WiFi Direct, and Android.