Realme 6, C2 and 5s reportedly get price hike by up to ₹1,000
Realme Narzo 10A and C3 prices are hiked for offline stores. However, there is no confirmation from the company yet.
Just a couple of days ago, Realme hiked the prices of two of its smartphones, Narzo 10A and C3. However, now it has increased the prices of three more handsets - Realme 6, Realme C2 and Realme 5s. It has been reported that the prices of these three smartphones have been increased by up to ₹1,000 in the offline market.
Also mentioned is that these prices will be effective starting June 28 (today). Also mentioned is that Realme has revised the prices of three Realme 6 and C2 variants and two Realme 5s variants, as per 91 Mobiles.
After the revised prices, the Realme 6's 4GB+64GB model costs ₹14,999 ( ₹1,000 more) while the 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB model costs ₹16,999 and ₹17,999 respectively ( ₹1,000 more each).
The Realme C2 smartphone model with 2GB+16GB can now be purchased at ₹6,999, which is up from ₹6,499. The 2GB+32GB model and 3GB+32GB models are priced at ₹7,499 and ₹7,999 respectively - up from ₹6,999 and ₹7,499 respectively.
The Realme 5s variant with 4GB+64GB now costs ₹11,999, which is up from ₹10,999. The 4GB+128GB variant costs ₹12,999, which is ₹1,000 more from the previous price.
In case you forgot, the Realme Narzo 10A, which was previously priced at ₹8,499, is now at ₹8,999 for the 3GB+32GB model. As far as the Realme C3 is concerned, this is the third time that the company has hiked the price of the device in India. The Realme C3 was launched at a price of ₹6,999 for the 3GB+32GB model and ₹7,999 for the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage model. During the first two price hikes, the company increased the prices of the two phones by ₹500 each. This time around the price of both the Realme C3 models has been hiked by ₹1,000, which accounts for a total of ₹2,000 price hike since the launch.