Bumper discounts on Xiaomi to Samsung Galaxy, deals are such that you will buy the phone immediately

Posted on 7th Jan 2023 05:39 pm by rohit kumar

Prime Phones Party: Amazon has brought a new sale event on its platform. The company has named it "Prime Phones Party". Now it is clear from the name itself that this sale is only for those who have an Amazon Prime membership. The e-commerce giant is offering offers on Samsung Galaxy S22, Xiaomi 12 Pro, and many other popular smartphones. Let us tell you that the event has started and will continue till January 8, 2023. Let's take a look at some of the amazing deals.


Offers available on these smartphones


Xiaomi 12 Pro comes with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and a 50-megapixel triple rear camera setup. This phone is available for Rs 55,999. A discount coupon of Rs 1,000 is available on the website for this phone, which has to be applied before clicking on the Buy Now option. Apart from this, a discount of up to Rs 8,000 is also being given on HSBC Bank Credit Cards.


Those who do not want to spend more than Rs 12,000 can think of buying Redmi 11 Prime, which is a 5G phone. Its price in India is Rs 11,999. The company is offering an additional discount of Rs 1,000 on bank cards, which brings the price down to Rs 10,999.


Samsung's flagship Galaxy S22 smartphone is available for sale for Rs 52,999. This is a phone with a high-end chipset, 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X display. Although, a 25W fast charge has been supported in it, in this you will have to buy the charger separately.


The Samsung Galaxy M13 is available for Rs 9,999, but people can buy it at an even lower price with a bank discount offer of Rs 1,000. Apart from this, the price of Samsung Galaxy M33 and Galaxy M32 Prime is Rs 16,499 and Rs 12,499 respectively.


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