Best Republic Day sale deals on smartphones: iPhone 14 series, Xiaomi 12 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, more

Republic Day special sales on the e-commerce platform are live for the last couple of daysand 91mobiles has been bringing details about interesting deals and discounts on various products. These are the first sales of the year and bring some notable offers, thereby offering a chance for customers to buy those products which they might have missed earlier. Besides Amazon and Flipkart, Apple is running a sale of its own where customers can avail of up to Rs 10,000 discount and there are some notable deals on Croma as well. In this story, we compile some of the best deals available for customers.

Republic Day sale

Nothing Phone 1 Android 13 beta 2 hands-on

Nothing Phone 1 deal price: Nothing Phone (1) was launched in India at a premium price of Rs 32,999 and has seen a price hike of Rs 1,000. Now, as a part of the Flipkart Big Saving Days sale, the phone is available for as low as Rs 25,999 for the base 8GB + 128GB model. Additionally, there’s a Rs 1,000 discount with ICICI and CITI Bank cards. The phone is definitely getting better with every passing update and is surely a worthy option to consider under the Rs 30,000 price segment. The phone comes with a 120Hz AMOLED display, dual 50MP cameras, and wireless charging support.

iPhone 14

Apple iPhone 14 Deals: The other day, we came across a crazy deal on the Apple MacBook Air M1 model, which was made available for as low as Rs 74,900. Now, the Apple India website has announced a special sale of its own where customers get up to Rs 10,000 cashback on MacBooks when paid via the HDFC credit card. As a part of the offer, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max also get a Rs 7,000 instant discount. Customers purchasing iPads can get up to Rs 5,000 instant discount. Apple smartwatches get up to Rs 5000 instant discount. There is also no-cost EMI for three or six months, coupled with exchange offers.

Vivo V25 deal price: Vivo has announced offers on a range of Vivo phones, including the Vivo V25 series, Vivo Y75 series and Y35. The offers will be available across all mainline and partner retail stores and will be valid till January 31, 2023. The company is offering up to Rs 2,500 cashback on the Vivo V25 Pro and up to Rs 2,000 on the standard Vivo V25. There is Rs 1,500 cashback with the leading cards on the Vivo Y75 and Rs 1,000 cashback on Vivo Y35.

iQOO 9T, iQOO 11 deal prices: iQOO is also offering multiple deals and discounts on various products, including flagships and mid-range offerings. This includes the recently launched iQOO 11, iQOO 9T, iQOO 9 Pro, iQOO 9 SE, iQOO Z6 and more. The bank discounts go as much as up to Rs 10,000. These offers will be valid until January 20th.

Samsung upcoming foldables

Samsung Deals: Besides the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 deal under Rs 50,000 on Flipkart, the South Korean giant is running offers on its own e-commerce platform as well. This will have offers on a host of Samsung products such as Galaxy smartphones, laptops, tablets, wearables and Samsung TVs, and digital appliances and will be valid until January 21st. New Samsung Shop App users will get welcome benefits of up to Rs 6,500 off. Customers buying Samsung Galaxy smartphones, tablets, wearables, accessories and laptops during the sale can avail of a cashback of Rs 10,000 through various cards.

As a part of the Republic Day sale, Samsung is offering deals on various of its phones, including the Galaxy Z Fold4, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy M33, and more.  Consumers will get Galaxy Watch4 Classic at Rs 2,999 (worth Rs 34,999) on the purchase of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Buds2 at Rs 1,999 on the purchase of the Galaxy A73.

Xiaomi 12 Pro

Xiaomi 12 Pro: The Xiaomi 12 Pro is now available for as low as Rs 44,999, against the launch price of Rs 62,999. The deal is now live on Amazon for customers. The handset is definitely a good buy at the price but with Snapdragon 8 Gen2 models finding their way to India, we suggest you hold on.

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