Some of the best smartphones had their prices cut by their makers in August, which is good news for you as a possible buyer. Some of the phones made by Chinese companies OnePlus, Vivo, and Oppo, as well as South Korean company Samsung, now cost less in the Indian market.
Smartphones that have become cost-effective are as follows:
Nord CE 2 Lite 5G (OnePlus)
It was launched in April. The price of 19,999 for the 6GB RAM model and 21,999 for the 8GB RAM model. Now one can get these from OnePlus for 18,999 and 20,999, respectively, thanks to a price drop of 1,000 each.
Galaxy F42 (Samsung)
It was introduced in two RAM sizes (6GB and 8GB), but only the 6GB model would be sold at a reduced price. Samsung has dropped the price of the smartphone from 19,999 to 17,999, which is a difference of 3,000.
Galaxy A53 5G (Samsung)
The 6GB RAM edition of the Galaxy A53 5G (Samsung) may now be purchased for 31,999 instead of 34,999. While the 8GB RAM variant is now available for 32,999. There are four colour variations: Awesome Black, Awesome Blue, Awesome Peach, and Awesome White.
Galaxy A03 (Samsung)
This smartphone came out at the commencement of the year with 3GB and 4GB RAM options. The 3GB model, which started at 10,499, is now 9,514, while the 4GB model is 11,014.
Galaxy F22 (Samsung)
The 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model costs 10,499, and the 6GB RAM + 128Gb of storage model costs 12,499, which is 2,000 less for each.
V23 e5G (Vivo)
The V23 e5G costs 24,990 after a price cut of 1,000. It only comes in one model with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
The price has also gone down by 1,000. The model with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage costs $15,499 USD.
Reno 7 Pro (Oppo)
This smartphone came out in August 2021 for 39,999, but it is now being sold for 36,999, a difference of 3,000.