Steal deal! Samsung Galaxy M53 price cut to just 6699 from 34999 on Amazon
Samsung Galaxy M53 can be purchased at an insanely low price of just Rs. 6699. Here’s how.
Are you looking for a new smartphone for yourself loaded with premium features and great performance, but with a low price? Well, it will help if you have an old smartphone that is in a good condition. This is so because Amazon is offering massive discounts on a new smartphone with a trade-in scheme. The deal is on Samsung Galaxy M53 5G. From performance, photography to battery, the phone is a great deal priced at just Rs. 6699 instead of its retail price of Rs. 34999. Wondering how? Just read on.
Samsung Galaxy M53 5G price cut
The Samsung Galaxy M53 5G comes with a retail price of Rs. 34999 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage variant. But this special deal is offering an initial 26 percent discount on the smartphone. That means you can get this mid-range all-rounder at Rs. 25999. Amazon has also rolled out several card offers to start with of up to Rs. 1250.
Also, if you have an old smartphone to trade in, then you can enjoy a further discount of up to Rs. 18050. However, you will need to meet several trade-in conditions to grab this offer. If you do get it, the phone will end up costing you just Rs. 6699 with the card and exchange offers. Even if you don't get the full discount via a trade-in offer, you will easily be able to grab the smartphone for under Rs. 20000 with an exchange offer.
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Samsung Galaxy M53: Why you should buy this
The Samsung Galaxy M53 5G is an overall mid-ranger, which comes with a 108MP main camera with PDAF (phase detection autofocus) along with an 8MP ultrawide camera and two 2MP depth and macro sensors. It is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset. It features a 6.7-inches Super AMOLED Plus with a 120 Hz Refresh Rate. In addition to that, you get a 5000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. If you are looking for an all-rounder smartphone, then the Samsung Galaxy M53 fits the bill perfectly.
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