Xiaomi lowered the cost of these smartphones to 1,000

Chinese company Xiaomi has achieved great success in the Indian smartphone market over the last few years. According to the latest IDC data released recently, Chinese smartphone firm Xiaomi has kept the first position in the Indian smartphone market for the fifth consecutive quarter. While celebrating the pleasure of this matter, Xiaomi has cut the price of his three popular smartphones by Rs 1,000.

Manu Kumar Jain has tweeted this news with his Twitter handle. The company has cut the price of Selfie Centric Redmi Y2 model to Rs 1,000. This phone, available in Rs. 12,999, will now be available for Rs. 11,999. This smartphone has 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage.

 

Pro and Mi A2 price in India slashed by Rs 1,000; now starts at Rs 11,999

The second smartphone which has been cut after this is the Redmi Note Pro. The smartphone was launched at Rs 13,999, but after the PCBA import charge increased it was priced at Rs 14,999. Now the price of this smartphone has been reduced once again. Redmi Note 5 Pro’s 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage variant is being sold for Rs 13,999. Its variants of 6 GB RAM and 64 GB storage are now priced at Rs 15,999, which was earlier sold for Rs 16,999.

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After this, the company has also cut the price of Mi A2. Its base variants are available with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage for Rs 15,999, while its 6 GB RAM variants and 128 GB storage variants have been priced at Rs 18,999. Mi A2 and Redmi Y2 are available for sale on Amazon India, while the Redmi Note 5 Pro is being sold through Flipkart. These smartphones can also be purchased from Mi Home stores, and Xiaomi’s online portal.

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