Flipkart is hosting the Apple Days Sale, where the e-commerce platform is offering some exclusive deals on Apple products including the new budget iPhone which is being offered at its most affordable yet — Rs 35,999!
That’s a big Rs 6,501 discount on Apple’s most affordable iPhone launched in the past few years. With the new price, the iPhone SE (2020) (review) is now just as expensive as the iQOO 3 (review), and Rs 2,000 lesser than the OnePlus 7T (review). If you have been sitting on the fence, trying to decide whether to buy into the iOS ecosystem, this is your best chance because the iPhone SE (2020) is easily the most affordable. Sadly, you won’t be able to play Fortnite on it anymore.
The iPhone SE (2020) has the outer shell of the iPhone 8 with IP67 water and dust resistance, and the small 4.7-inch Retina HD Display. On the inside, however, it runs on the latest Apple A13 Bionic chipset and is wireless-charging capable. In our tests, the iPhone SE (2020) was able to leave behind every other Android smartphone when it came to synthetic performance.
The camera too is typically Apple-tuned, and takes natural-looking photos with the colour output, dynamic range, etc. remaining consistent across scenes. The same cannot be said about the high-end Android offerings in this segment, where the output differs from situation to situation, and from one lens to another. The iPhone SE (2020) only has one camera at the back, and it’s highly reliable. On the front, you get the old-school Touch-ID based Home Button and a 7MP selfie shooter.
Apart from the iPhone SE (2020), Apple is also offering big discounts on the iPhone XR (review) and the iPhone 11 (review). The iPhone XR is being offered at Rs 45,599 (the original price of the iPhone SE (2020), for the 64GB variant), while the 128GB variant of the iPhone XR is selling at Rs 51,999. There are exchange offers that can bring the price down by a few thousand rupees more based on the smartphone you have for exchange.
The iPhone 11 only has bank offers you can club to get a discount. With an HDFC credit or debit card, you get a Rs 5,000 instant discount when opting for EMI payments, or Rs 1,500 when using an HDFC debit card for non-EMI payment. This effectively brings the price down to Rs 63,300, the lowest the iPhone 11 has ever gone.
|Release Date:||17 Apr 2020|
|Variant:||128 GB/4 GB RAM|