Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal are offering amazing smartphone deals
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Looking for a new smartphone but holding back due to price thus far? While it is still not the official sale season, there are some really good ongoing deals on Amazon.in, Flipkart.com and Snapdeal.com. Some of the popular smartphones are selling at a much lower price, including devices such as the Apple iPhone 7 Plus and Google Pixel XL. Here are the best deals with the details of how much you can save on them.
LeEco Le2 (32GB)
Rs9,999 now; Rs 11,999 (original price)
This is the 32 GB variant of the LeEco’s budget smartphone Le2. The direct discount of Rs1,000 and the 10% cashback on Citi Bank credit or debit cards makes it a very good buy. If you are game for trading your old phone, there is exchange offer with discount of up to Rs10,000. The key highlight of the 5.5-inch full HD display, CDLA powered high quality audio and free access to premium content worth Rs4,500 from Eros Now and Yupp TV.
Lenovo Z2 Plus (32GB)
Rs14,999 now; Rs 17,999 (original price)
The deal on the 32GB variant of the Z2 Plus offers direct price cut of 17% which means the phone is now available for Rs14,999. This makes it the most powerful smartphone in the sub Rs15,000 price segment. In case you want to exchange your old phone, you can avail a discount of up to Rs8,500. The Z2 Plus is a very compact device and would fit into small hands without any difficulty. The 5-inch display looks small but has resolution of 1,920x1,080p.
Rs26,249 now; Rs 29,999 (original price)
Launched only a couple of months ago the gold colour variant of the Honor 8 is available at Rs 26,249 after a 13% discount on Amazon.in. The smartphone uses the same dual camera concept that we saw in the P9 earlier. It is a stylish looking phone with glass back and metallic frame. Powered by Huawei’s Hisilicon Kirin 950 octa-core processor with 4GB RAM, the phone is a solid small screen (5.2-inch full HD) alternative to the likes of One Plus 3T.
Rs 32,490 now; Rs 52,990 (original price)
The gold and silver variants of LG’s flagship smartphone G5 are available at Rs34,990 after the 33% discount. One can get an additional discount of 10% if you are buying it with Citi Bank credit or debit card. Released on Marshmallow, the phone has already started receiving the latest android Nougat OS update. Its key attraction is the modular design but unlike the Moto Z smartphones, the mods are limited but more affordable. There is a battery mod that allows one to enhance battery backup and a camera mod which adds various physical camera buttons such as on the phone.
Google Pixel (128GB)
Rs56,000 now; Rs66,000 (original price)
Google’s small screen (5-inch full HD) Pixel smartphone with 128GB storage is available at Rs56,000 through instant discount on the use of any debit or credit card. There is an exchange offer too, which offers a discount of up to Rs20,000 depending on the condition and model of the phone you are exchanging. Pixel’s key attraction is the Google Assistant, unlimited access to Google Photos and assured Google updates.
Apple iPhone 7 (256GB)
Rs 69,990 now; Rs 80,000 (original price)
If you have been holding on buying the higher variant of the iPhone 7, now is the time to go for it. There is a 13% discount on the matte black version of the 256GB model which means you can get it for Rs69,990. The phone’s other highlight, besides the 256GB storage, is the dual 12-megapixel cameras, splash and dust resistant exterior, light (136g) form factor and excellent performance.