The 64GB variant of the Apple iPhone XR is a fine balance of features that the latest phones from Apple can offer, and the recent discount of Rs 17,000 makes it even sweeter. At Rs 59,900, it is much more appealing if you are in the market for a premium phone.
While its single camera module may be a put-off for many, it is still capable of taking some fine photographs. The 7nm A12 custom processor also keeps things running super smooth inside.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a yesteryear flagship, but still has ample oomph and pizzazz to turn heads. It offers smooth performance, and the camera is super reliable as well. At Rs 48,900, it now sells at a discount of Rs 13,600 over its launch price.
While the battery life is not the best of the lot, there is no denying that the Galaxy S9 is one of the best designed phones of last year. It also comes with a beautiful display, and with its price cut now, makes for a more sensible purchase.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco was an attempt by the HMD-backed Finnish brand to revive the glory of premium Sirocco phones of yore. At Rs 36,999, and selling at Rs 13,000 lesser than its launch price, the Nokia 8 Sirocco is still a very premium phone to own.
Despite being powered by the Snapdragon 835, it still offers good performance, and comes with the promise of super frequent Android updates. Its revised price tag also gives it more credibility in terms of purchase decisions.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro has been a fan favourite, and after being launched at Rs 15,999, it now sells at Rs 11,999. It is powered by the Snapdragon 636 processor, offers a dual primary camera and a notched display, and pretty much everything you would hope for in a reliable phone.
While it already offered great bang for the buck, its reduced price means that it is now even more appealing to anyone in the market for a new smartphone.
If you are looking for something even less expensive, the Poco F1 is the phone to pick, at Rs 20,999. At the price of a mid-range phone, you get the internal configuration of a flagship, and there is very little compromise as well. It now sells at Rs 4,000 lesser than the launch price.
The Poco F1 is slated to receive its successor soon, but that does not stop it from being a commendable phone to buy. Even its camera is fairly decent, and does not feel like a shoddy work of engineering.