Best deals on Motorola Edge Plus, iQOO 3, Galaxy S20 Plus and more- Technology News, DD FreedishNews
tech2 News StaffOct 12, 2020 18:09:28 IST
Flipkart will commence its Big Billion Days sale on 16 October and will end it on 21 October. The Flipkart Plus members will get early access on 15 October. The e-commerce platform will be offering an instant discount of 10 percent on SBI Bank credit and debit cards during this upcoming sale. Buyers will get offers and discounts on smartphones, laptops, electronic gadgets, clothes and more during the Big Billion Days sale. Parallelly, Amazon will also be hosting the Great Indian Festival sale at the same time (starting 17 October, with early access to Prime members on 16 October).
(Also read: How to get Flipkart Plus membership)
Smartphones that will be available at a lower price during the Flipkart sale include Poco M2 which will sell at a discount of Rs 500, making it 10,499 (6 GB RAM+ 64 GB). The Poco M2 Pro (Review) will sell at a starting price of Rs 12,999, down by Rs 1,000. Realme C11 will also sell at a starting price of Rs 6,499, down by Rs 1,000. Moto E7 Plus will also sell at Rs 8,499, down by Rs 500. During the sale, Moto G9 will be available at Rs 9,999, down from Rs 11,499. Moto Fusion+ will sell at Rs 15,999, Rs 1,000 down from the launch price. Launched at Rs 11,499, Moto G9 will sell at Rs 9,999 during this Flipkart sale. Moto Edge+ will be selling at a discount of Rs 10,000. It was launched at Rs 74,999, but during the sale, it will cost you Rs 64,999.
iQOO 3 will also sell at a discounted price of Rs 29,990.
Samsung Galaxy S20+ (Review) was launched in India at a starting price of Rs 77, 900. As per the Flipkart teaser, Galaxy S20+ will now be available at a starting price of Rs 49,999.
Several smartphones will go on their first sale during this upcoming Big Billion Days sale. These smartphones include Google Pixel 4a, Samsung Galaxy F41, Realme 7i and Xiaomi’s Mi 10T series that is scheduled to debut on 15 October.
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