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    Amazon Great Republic Day sale begins; Rs 40K off on Galaxy Z Fold 2, iPhone 12 Mini is Rs 10K cheaper

    Synopsis

    There are some good deals for those looking to change their devices this year.

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    The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 (L) is available at Rs 1,49,999, and the iPhone 12 Mini can be yours for Rs 59,990.
    Amazon kicked off its first major sale of the year on Tuesday. The tech giant's Great Republic Day sale began exclusively for Prime members, with offers on everything from apparel to electronics.

    For tech-geeks, Amazon is offering massive discounts on it range of smart products including Amazon Echo and Amazon Fire TV stick. There is also reason for bibliophiles to celebrate, as the Kindle will come with a discount tag of up to 40%.

    But it's not just Amazon's own tech that is available at an enticing price. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, which was launched last year, has a whopping discount of Rs 40,000. The smartphone with a 7.6-inch dynamic AMOLED 2X - Infinity-O display, originally priced at Rs 1,89,999, can be yours for Rs 1,49,999.

    Another foldable device by the Korean tech giant, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip also has a massive discount and can be bought at Rs 84,990, as compared to its original price of Rs 1,20,000. Read the review here.

    The Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung’s second attempt at creating a foldable phone.
    The Galaxy Z Flip was Samsung’s second attempt at creating a foldable phone.

    The drool-worthy discounts on Samsung's high-end devices don't stop there. Also included in the list is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, originally priced at Rs 1,16,000. Launched in August last year, the phone comes with 6.9-inch WQHD+ display and sports a 108+12+12MP triple rear camera. At the Great Republic Day sale, the smartphone has a reduced price tag of Rs 1,04,999. Read the review here.

    ​Samsung packed the Note 20 Ultra 5G with a range of features to make it one of the most powerful Android phones of 2020.Agencies
    Samsung packed the Note 20 Ultra 5G with a range of features to make it one of the most powerful Android phones of 2020.

    For Android lovers, there's also the option of OnePlus 7T Pro, that has a discount of Rs 15000 (including Rs 5000 off with coupons). The device's revised price tag stands at Rs 38,999.

    If you are however an Apple person, you need not be disappointed as there is a Rs 10,000 discount on the iPhone 12 Mini as well. Initially priced at Rs 69,990, the phone is now available at Rs 59,990. Point to note, this deal includes a Rs 4500 instant discount with SBI credit cards. Read the review here.

    CES 2021: Rollable Phones & 5G Devices Will Change How You Use Smartphones

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    Future Of Tech

    This year began on a futuristic note, thanks to the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 (CES 2021).

    Forced by the Covid-19 pandemic to go digital, the show that kicked off on Monday concluded today. The virtual tech show, which usually welcomes a massive gathering of spectators in Las Vegas each year, showcased some of the biggest creations in artificial intelligence, concept cars, smart homes, along with an impressive lineup of smartphones.

    The smartphones category at the CES 2021 was a perfect mix of budget-friendly and premium devices, heavily packed with the latest features.

    Many of the smartphones launched at the show are expected to hit the shelves this year. Here's a list of best smartphones released at CES 2021.


    ( Originally published on Jan 19, 2021 )
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    5 Comments on this Story

    NSR VLOGGER41 days ago
    Totally Misleading Article. Price of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is Already 1,49,000 & Price of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is 75,000 as I bought Z Flip on 15th JAN 2021. Please Dont Mislead the Public with these Nonsense Tricks like Some Fake Youtubers do with Misleading Video Titles and Thumbnails.
    Senthil Arumugam42 days ago
    Highly misleading article. The prices are the same even before the sale. Either you are trying to boost Amazon or you don't know anything.
    Bhabani Kar43 days ago
    Paid article. Prices were always the same.Misleading people is what the new code of conduct media houses are adhering to.
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