Diwali Sale 2017 - Some Top Deals On Smartphones.

E-commerce giants Flipkart and Amazon launched another mega online sale to cash in on the ongoing festival season in India. Both e-commerce companies are offering attractive offers including big discounts, exchange offers and easy payment options across categories.Diwali is finally here and the offers have started to pour in. The battle for supremacy between the online retailers comes as a good news for the customers who have a chance to buy products at exciting rates. Among all, the best deals are being given on smartphones.

Diwali Sale 2017 - Some Top Deals On Smartphones.

Smartphones List :-


Launched for Rs 14,990, the smartphone is listed at a discounted price of Rs 12,990 on Amazon India. Further, you can exchange your old phone and get up to Rs 3,000 off, which further brings down the price to Rs 9,990. You can also avail No cost EMI on this phone. The LG Q6 is known for its edge-to-edge display, the smartphone, however, misses out on the fingerprint scanner.

Samsung Galaxy On Max - CLICK HERE

The 4GB RAM, 32 GB RAM of Samsung Galaxy On Max has received a Rs 1000 discount and is up for grabs at Rs 15,900. The online retailer is offering a Rs 3000 extra discount over regular exchange of old device as well. A no-cost EMI starting at Rs 2,650 is also being offered with the device.

Asus Zenfone 3 - CLICK HERE

Amazon is offering a heavy discount of 52 percent on Asus Zenfone 3 smartphone bringing the price down to Rs 10,999. The smartphone was previously available for Rs 22,999. You can also get an exchange rate of up to Rs 10,000 on the phone, which brings down the price to as low as Rs 999, along with No cost EMI option.

Honor 8 Pro - CLICK HERE

Launched for Rs 29,999, one of the USPs of the smartphone is its dual-camera setup and 6GB of RAM. After a flat Rs 3,000 discount, it is available for just Rs 26,999. You can exchange your old smartphone and get up to Rs 10,000 off, bringing the price down to Rs 16,999.


The flagship phone from LG was launched earlier this year with a price tag of Rs 51,990. The smartphone can be grabbed for as low as Rs 33,990. It features a 5.7-inch FullVision QHD display with an aspect ratio of 18:9.

Google Pixel XL - CLICK HERE

Google first generation Pixel phone features a 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display. Under the hood is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad-core SoC is paired with 4GB of RAM. Launched for Rs 76,000 for the 128GB variant, you can buy it for Rs 49,899. Upon exchange, you can get up to Rs 5,000 off that further lowers the price down to Rs 44,899.

Moto G5s Plus - CLICK HERE

Down from Rs 16,999, Amazon India is offering six percent discount, with final value coming to Rs 15,999. Among its highlights – the smartphone comes with dual-camera setup, Android Nougat out-of-the-box, 4GB of RAM, and 3,000mAh battery.

Lenovo K8 Note - CLICK HERE

 Launched for Rs 13,999, the K8 Note is now available for Rs 11,999 – a flat discount of Rs 2,000. While that is not much of a price difference, Amazon is also offering up to Rs 10,000 off on exchange, which brings the effective price comes to Rs 1,999. The dual-cameras and stock Android Nougat features are the USPs of the smartphone.

Apple iPhone SE - CLICK HERE

Apple iPhone SE, earlier priced at Rs 26,000 is now available for Rs 16,000. Upon exchanging your old phone, you can also get up to Rs 10,000 off, which reduces the price further to Rs 6,000. Well, that’s the cheapest price for an Apple iPhone yet. Apple iPhone SE is also the first smartphone from Apple to be assembled in India.

Apple iPhone 7 - CLICK HERE

After a discount of 22 percent, the Apple iPhone 7 is now available at Rs 37,999, down from Rs 49,999 for the 32GB storage variant. You can also avail up to Rs 10,000 on exchanging your old smartphone for a new iPhone 7, which further brings down the cost to Rs 27,999.

Lenovo K8 Note - CLICK HERE

The new Lenovo K8 Note with 3GB of RAM is available at a discount price of Rs 8,999. The smartphone is also available with a no-cost EMI starting at Rs 1000 per month.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) - CLICK HERE

 Launched at Rs 33,490, the smartphone is now available at Rs 20,990. The Galaxy A7 (2017) comes with features like always-on display, fingerprint sensor, Samsung Pay, Samsung Knox, and S- Voice. Amazon is also offering an exchange rate of up to Rs 9,000 on the device with an option for buying the phone via No cost EMI as well.


Xiaomi’s stock Android offering, the Mi A1 is also up for sale at Rs 14,999. Consumers can avail up to Rs 14,000 off on the device by exchanging their old smartphones with the Mi A1. You can also get a 1-year buyback guarantee at Rs 99 with the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro - CLICK HERE

The smartphone is available for 18,999 after a discount of 25 percent. Also exchanging the phone for up to Rs 9,000, you can get the phone for Rs 9,999.

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro  - CLICK HERE

Samsung’s Galaxy J3 Pro has received a Rs 1,500 discount and is listed at Rs 6,990. Flipkart is also offering a no-cost EMI starting at Rs 777 per month.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 - CLICK HERE

The 3GB RAM, 64GB internal storage variant of Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is up for grabs at Rs 10,999. Buyers can also avail Rs 10,000 off by exchanging their old device for the Redmi Note 4.

Moto C Plus - CLICK HERE

Flipkart is has slashed Rs 1000 off of the Moto C Plus and is now offering the device at Rs 5,999. No cost EMI for the smartphone starts at Rs 667 per month.

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