•Amazon Great Indian Festival will start tomorrow for non-Prime individuals •During the deal, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE can be bought at a limited cost of Rs. 45,999 Amazon's Great Indian Festival is only live for Amazon Prime individuals with weighty rebate offers and bank bargains on a wide scope of cell phones,
Top 10 plans during Amazon Great Indian Festival
1. Oppo A52: The 6GB variety of Oppo A52 can be purchased at Rs. 13,990, down from its exceptional cost of Rs. 13,990. Customers can in like manner level Rs. 6,000 off and up to 9 months of no-cost EMI elective.
2. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE: This as of late dispatched Galaxy S20-course of action device can be bought at an expense of Rs. 45,999 during the arrangement. Customers can similarly benefit a second discount of Rs. 4,000 on HDFC Bank Debit/Credit card and no-cost EMI of up to 9 months.
3. Samsung Galaxy M01 Core: This Samsung’s money related arrangement mobile phone is being sold at an essentially more sensible assessment of Rs. 4,999.
4. Redmi 9: The 4GB+64GB variety of Redmi 9 is open on Rs. 1,000 refund during the arrangement. Buyers can in like manner get extra Rs. 500 cashback as Amazon Pay balance.
5. Asus Vivobook 15-inch: This is being sold at a restricted assessment of Rs. 19,990 with 3 months of no-cost EMI elective and up to Rs. 15,000 off consequently.
6. Tecno Spark 6 Air: The 3GB+64GB Spark 6 Air can be bought at Rs. 8,699 as opposed to Rs. 10,499 with an extra Rs. 200 markdown through Amazon coupons.
7. Nokia 5.3: This is available at Rs. 12,999 with up to a half year of no-cost EMI elective.
8. Lenovo Thinkpad E14: This insignificant PC will cost Rs. 58,990 during Amazon Great Indian Festival. Customers can moreover get 9 months of no-cost EMI elective and up to Rs. 15,000 off consequently.
9. LG Smart LED TV: The LG HP canny TV is accessible to all at Rs. 14,490, down from its MRP of Rs. 21,990.
10. OnePlus Y plan: The 43-inch OnePlus Android TV is being sold at Rs. 23,990 and up to Rs. 9000 off consequently.
11. E-business stages Amazon.in would go live with their specific offers and game plans before the joyful season this week. While Amazon India’s Unprecedented Indian Festival 2020 would start at 12 PM on October 16 for Prime allies and October 17 for each other individual, Flipkart’s Gigantic Billion Days Arrangements is starting on October 16. Honestly, the Flipkart Gigantic Billion Days 2020 arrangement would start from 12 pm on October 15 for Flipkart notwithstanding people and from October 16 for each other individual.
12. The arrangement would invite a couple of game plans and offers on PDAs, TVs, PCs, and an extent of other tech things and embellishments.
13. Samsung Astronomical framework S20+ and Note 10+
14. Samsung Astronomical framework S20+ would be available for Rs 49,999 while a year prior’s Samsung World Note 10+ would be open for Rs 54,999. The MRP of Note 10+ is Rs 85,000.
15. Motorola Edge+
16. Motorola Edge+ has Motorola’s Ceaseless Edge AMOLED show that folds right around 90-degrees over the different sides of the contraption and it would be available for Rs 64,999. Its MRP is Rs 89,999.
17. Poco X2
The sale will see over 900 new product launches from top brands such as Samsung, OnePlus, Apple, Boat, JBL, Sony, Sennheiser, LG, IFB, Hisense, Titan, Panasonic, Eureka Forbes, Realme, Microsoft Xbox, Xiaomi, OPPO, Sanyo, GoPro, Honor, Bosch, Amazfit, Amazon Basics, and more. New launches from Amazon Devices including all-new Amazon Echo Dot, Echo Dot with clock, Amazon Echo, the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite.
Smartphones are also getting massive discounts during the Great Indian Festival. Here are the top 10 smartphone deals you can go for during the sale.
The iPhone 11 will be available at Rs 47,999 which is the lowest ever as against its MSRP of Rs 68,300.
OnePlus 8 5G
The OnePlus 8 5G will be available starting from Rs 39,999. Buyers will also get up to Rs 5,000 and up to 6 months of no-cost EMI.
Redmi Note 9 Pro
The Redmi Note 9 Pro will be available for Rs 12,999 instead of Rs 16,999. This is the first price drop for the Note 9 Pro and users will also be able to avail up to 6 months of no-cost EMI.
Samsung Galaxy M31s
The Samsung Galaxy M31s will be available for Rs 18,499 instead of Rs 22,999. Buyers will be getting 6 months of EMI.
Redmi Note 9
The Redmi Note 9 will be available for Rs 10,999 instead of Rs 14,999.
Oppo A52 6GB
The Oppo A52 6GB variant will be available with a discount of Rs 6,000 – priced at Rs 13,990. It also comes with 9 months of no cost EMI.iPhone 7
The iPhone 7 will be available at its lowest price ever – at Rs 24,999.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite will be available Rs 37,999 instead of Rs 43,000.
Mi 10 5G
The smartphone is available for Rs 44,999 instead of Rs 54,999. Buyers will get an additional Rs 1,000 and up to 12 months of no-cost EMI.
Oppo Reno3 Pro
The Reno3 Pro will be available for Rs 25,990 instead of Rs 35,990. It will also get up to 9 months of no-cost EMI.
Handset maker Realme seems to on a launching spree, and this time, it has launched new iterations in the Narzo series which it had launched earlier this year and marketed it as mobile gaming-centric lineup in a budget. However, what’s new in the Narzo 20 series is that this time there’s a pricier Narzo 20 Pro along with a regular Narzo and the smaller sibling Narzo 20A. We got the Victory Blue colour variant of the Narzo 20 which looks pretty identical to the Realme C15 and Realme C12, and it’s so much so that you would have to pay attention to the textured back of the Narzo 20 to differentiate.
Despite the fact that the Narzo 20 looks like the Realme C12 and C15, the latter costs a tad bit higher than the Narzo 20 and comes with a low-power chipset. The box contents include general paperwork, a quick start guide, a SIM ejector tool, an 18W charger and the Realme Narzo 20 device in Victory Blue colour. Some of the key USPs of the Narzo 20 include a beefy 6,000mAh battery and a MediaTek Helio G85 gaming processor and proprietary 18W quick charging.
Realme Narzo 20 Pro: Looks, build, design, and display
Talking about the design, the Narzo’s design has been clearly borrowed from the tried and tested Realme C15 and C12 smartphones, albeit for the different texture at the rear which is. The Victory Blue colour looks rather muted, but can not be called a dull colour option. However, it is a tad bit lacklustre when compared to the bright and gorgeous Mirror Blue coloured Realme 7 Pro or the Glacier Blue coloured Realme X3. The textured rear now has a ‘V’ design that you can feel if you run your fingers through it, unlike what we have seen on the Realme C12 and C15.
The Narzo 20’s rear has a plastic matte finish, and the textured design renders it a rather rough feel, thus, making it non-slippery in the hands. However, it is not a light phone, and that is understandable, given the hefty 6,000mAh battery housed inside. Also, the in-hand feel of the Narzo 20 is pretty thick and may cause discomfort if you use it for prolonged hours. Despite the polycarbonate body, the phone is not flimsy to look at or hold in the hands. The square primary camera module sits on the upper left corner at the back, just like the one on the Google Pixel 4
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