Incredible Deal! Google Pixel 7 priced under 35000 on Flipkart
Google returned to India after three long years with its flagship smartphone, the Google Pixel 7! At a cost of Rs. 59999, the Google flagship comes with some notable upgrades and refinements over its predecessor Google Pixel 6 series. Most importantly, a cleaner stock Android experience coupled with the new Tensor G2 chipset and the camera performance will make anyone consider this smartphone. But if you are worried about high prices, then here is some good news for you! You can nab this Google Pixel 7 for under Rs. 35000 on Flipkart. Know this incredible deal in detail.
Google Pixel 7 price cut
Google Pixel 7 is currently priced at Rs. 59999 for 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. However, it is the bank offer and exchange deal that can make the deal interesting for you. As the e-commerce website, Flipkart is offering a flat discount of Rs. 7000 with HDFC Bank credit and debit card, which helps to drop the price to Rs. 52999.
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On top of it, you can find an extra discount of up to Rs. 19000 while exchanging an old phone. The collective discount via the exchange offer and card offers can help you get the Pixel 7 for just Rs. 33999. However, it should be noted that the Rs. 19000 discount will be the maximum discount, hence the final amount of the Pixel 7 may vary depending on the current phone model that you trade in.
Apart from these, Flipkart is also offering are some other offers on Google Pixel 7 such as Exam Prep Classes worth Rs. 999, 5 percent cashback on a Flipkart Axis Bank card, Google Nest hub(2nd gen) at just Rs. 4999 and Google Nest mini at just Rs. 1999.
Google Pixel 7: Why you should buy it
There are many reasons! One of these is the new Tensor G2 chip, which promises faster Voice assistance: live translation, Google Assistant, and voice typing. Second, better cameras with some added features such as macro mode and Face Unblur feature. Also, the Google Pixel 7 features a 6.3-inch 90Hz FHD AMOLED display. According to Google, the panel is 25 percent brighter than its predecessors.