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Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro Base Variant Will Be Available at Rs 24,999 for a Limited Period

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Xiaomi today announced price cuts on Redmi K20 Pro and Redmi Note 7S for the upcoming festive season

Redmi K20 Pro will start at Rs 24,999 for a limited period in India, Xiaomi has announced today. With the festive season around the corner, Xiaomi has announced the price cuts of two smartphones- Redmi K20 Pro and the Redmi Note 7S. The Redmi K20 Pro is the company’s flagship smartphone with Snapdragon 855 SoC, and during the festive sale, the phone will be available for as low as Rs 24,999.

Notably, there will be bank offers on top of the price drop, so you can grab the K20 Pro at an even less price. The Redmi Note 7S with a 48MP rear camera can be purchased for Rs 8,999. These prices will be effective during the Flipkart Big Billion Days as well and Xiaomi will introduce Diwali sale on Mi.com in the coming days.Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro

Redmi K20 Pro Will Be Available at a Starting Price of Rs 24,999

Xiaomi’s Redmi K20 series of phones reached India back in July this year. The Redmi K20 and K20 Pro smartphones come in two variants and the prices start at Rs 21,999. Right now, Xiaomi did not announce any price cut on the Redmi K20, but we’re expecting the brand to slash the price by a small margin to boost the sales. The Redmi K20 Pro, on the other hand, has received a price cut of up to Rs 4,000 for the festive sale.

The Redmi K20 Pro’s 6GB+128GB variant costs Rs 27,999, but during the Flipkart Big Billion Days and Mi Diwali sale, the variant can be purchased for Rs 24,999. On top of that, Flipkart says that users can avail of a 10% instant discount on Axis Bank Credit & Debit cards and ICICI Bank Credit cards. Right now, Xiaomi did not reveal the price of the 8GB+256GB variant of Redmi K20 Pro, but we’re expecting it to start at Rs 27,999. The Flipkart Big Billion Days sale on mobile phones will start on September 30. Xiaomi did not announce any sale dates for the Mi Diwali Sale at the moment.

Redmi Note 7S With 48MP Rear Camera Available at Rs 8,999

The Redmi Note 7S is already the cheapest phone in the market with a 48MP rear-facing camera. But it’s going to get even better during the sale days. Xiaomi announced a Rs 1,000 additional price cut on the base variant of the Note 7S and it will retail for Rs 8,999. At that price, it’s one of the best smartphones to purchase in the market today.

The Redmi Note 7S was originally launched at Rs 10,999 for the base variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Right after the Realme 5 launch, Xiaomi has reduced the price of Redmi Note 7S by Rs 1,000 to Rs 9,999.

For the unaware, the Redmi Note 7S packs a 48MP Samsung GM1 sensor and a 5MP depth sensor on the backside. It has a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display, Snapdragon 660 SoC, 4000mAh battery, glass body, and 13MP front-facing camera. On paper, it’s one of the best-specced smartphones to purchase at Rs 8,999. Xiaomi is yet to announce the price of 4GB+64GB variant price of the Redmi Note 7S.

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