Diwali is celebrated this Sunday being the major holiday it is, manufacturers are keen to be major part of the accompanying shopping spree. Lenovo and Motorola are offering a slight decrease in the price, mostly if you choose a prepaid offer. In the same time, Samsung has slashed the prices of almost all of its devices until Friday.
The most impressive deal from the Korean manufacturer is the 52% discount on the Samsung Galaxy S9 - it is INR29,999, instead of INR62,000. The Galaxy Note9 is INR42,999, which is 42% cheaper than the original price of INR73,600. However, if you want a phone from 2019, the Galaxy Note10 is INR69,999 from INR75,000 (throw a INR10,000 more and you’ll get the Plus variant), while the Galaxy S10 now starts at INR61,000.
If you are looking for a more affordable solution, the Galaxy A30s is 10% of its original INR18,900 price, while the Galaxy M30 with 64 GB storage is INR11,999. There are also plenty of additional offers from HDFC or OYO hotels, but you have to go to the Samsung Fest website for all details.
Lenovo and its subsidiary Motorola are also spreading their Diwali promos all across the portfolio. Although not as aggressive as Samsung’s deals, the phones are still plenty affordable, and there are some credit card deals if the device is not discounted. Check out the neat table below which Motorola India kindly sent us.
|Big Diwali Sale Price
|Prepaid Offer Price
|Additional Credit Card Offer
|Lenovo A6 Note||7,999||6,999||6,299||700|
|Lenovo K10 Note
|Lenovo Z6 Pro||33,999||31,499||N/A||1,750|
|Lenovo K10 Plus||10,999||10,999||N/A||1,099|
|Motorola One Action||13,999||11,999||10,999||1,199|
|Motorola One Macro||9,999||9,999||N/A||1,000|
|Motorola E6 Plus (E6S)||7,999||7,999||7,199||800|
Previously, Huawei and Realme announced a bunch of discounts for Diwali - you can check those out here.
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No big discounts its same tragedy like black friday. Selling very old garbage which noone wants or willing to use.