As the world gets more and more advanced on mobile technology, the demand for high-speed, reliable connections has grown exponentially. 5G technology offers just that - faster data speeds, lower latency, and better connectivity. With the rise of 5G, many mobile phone manufacturers have launched new devices that support this technology.
Amazon offers a range of 5G phones with crazy deals and discounts. These phones offer advanced features, cutting-edge technology, and are sure to provide a seamless and efficient user experience.
Here are five 5G smartphone on Amazon:
OnePlus 11R was launched at a price of ₹39,999 and it is available on Amazon at the same price but Amazon has offered some bank offer which are:
Amazon has also offered an exchange offer which can be availed to get a discount up to ₹18,050.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is one of the top high-end phones around the globe right now and it was launched at a price of ₹1,49,999. However, Amazon is offering a 17% instant discount on this one which drops the price to ₹1,24,999. Along with that there are five bank offers available as well:
The exchange offer here comes with a discount up to ₹32,050. It can be availed by trading your old phone while buying Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
iQOO Neo 7 is available on Amazon at a price of ₹29,999. Amazon has offered a 14% discount on this one and it also comes with bank offer as well:
The iQOO Neo 7 can be purchased with more discount by trading in your old phone. The exchange offer on the phone can give you a discount up to ₹20,050.
The Realme Narzo 50 Pro was launched at a price of ₹21,999. Now it is available on Amazon at a price of ₹17,980. Along with that there is an exchange offer worth up to ₹17,081 and bank offers:
OnePlus 11 is available on Amazon at its original price of ₹61,999. But Amazon has offered an exchange offer which can be availed to get an additional discount up to ₹18,050. Amazon has also offered the same bank offer which it offers with OnePlus 11R:
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