Apple iPhone 12 price cut by 15% on Amazon; 9910 off, plus benefits

    Amazon is giving away Rs. 9910 instant off on iPhone 12! You can save more by availing additional bank offers and exchange offers.
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    | Updated on: Aug 16 2022, 19:25 IST
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    Get the iPhone 12 priced as low as Rs. 55,990. (Apple)

    Amazon has slashed the iPhone 12 price by 15%. The e-commerce giant is giving away RS. 9910 on iPhone 12 64GB and you can get it at as low as Rs. 55,990. In addition to this, the store is also offering an instant discount upto Rs. 1500 for selected bank users, and an exchange offer that has cut the cost of the iPhone 12 down from Rs. 65,900 to only Rs. 41,740. This means you will be saving as much as Rs. 24,160 on the purchase of iPhone 12. Here's how you can get the deal.

    iPhone 12 price drop: Deals and discounts on Amazon

    On Amazon, the handset is listed with a flat discount of Rs. 9910 bringing the price down to Rs. 55,990. In addition to this discount, you can avail a cashback of upto Rs. 1500 on Kotak Bank Credit Card EMI Transactions and Standard Chartered Credit Card EMI transactions. Not only these, but the e-commerce portal is also giving away an exchange offer of up to Rs. 12,750 on a selected range of phones depending on their condition. After calculating all these discounts, cashback and exchange value, the iPhone 12 price slashed by Rs. 24160. However all these deals and discounts are available with certain terms and conditions for a limited period.

    iPhone 12 features and specifications:

    iPhone 12 offers a completely bezel-less 6.1-inch tall screen. The OLED panel comes with a screen resolution of 1,170 x 2,532 pixels. The iPhone 12 also gets an IP68 technology that makes it water and dust particles resistant. The phone has 12MP f/1.6 + 12MP f/2.4 rear lenses featuring Dual-LED Flash and a front camera of 12MP f/2.2.

    The phone is powered by an A14 Bionic chipset and a Li-ion battery with a 2815mAh capacity. There is also 20W fast charging and wireless charging support.

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    First Published Date: 16 Aug, 19:24 IST
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