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Top 5 smartphones that got a price cut in 2021: From ASUS ROG Phone 3, Xiaomi Mi 10 to Oppo Find X2, check rates now

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)

Several powerful devices have received price cuts recently. These top 5 smartphones that got a price cut in 2021 include ASUS ROG Phone 3, Xiaomi Mi 10, Moto Edge+, Oppo Find X2 and Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.

The desire to buy a top smartphone without paying a bomb for it is virtually on everyone's mind. After all, buyers will be getting an enviable smartphone with top-end specs that did not actually bleed their wallet to death. So, would you want to buy a top class smartphone that has received a big price cut? Our choice of top 5 smartphones that got a price cut in 2021 include ASUS ROG Phone 3, Xiaomi Mi 10, Moto Edge+, Oppo Find X2 and Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.

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It should be noted here that these top-end smartphones were launched in 2020, but they are still making waves in the market. Last year saw the release of several high-end smartphones with powerful specs and processing capability. However, these devices from brands like Samsung, Oppo, Asus and Xiaomi came at a premium, with priced starting at 35,000 - the most expensive devices were over 1.3 lakh. However, thanks to lower spending due to the coronavirus pandemic and the arrival of newer models, many of these devices have seen heavy price cuts over the past few months.

If you’re in the market for a new smartphone and want a capable device with ample processing power and RAM to spare, you don’t have to spend a lot of money, thanks to these powerful devices from 2020 that are still worth taking a look at in 2021. Check them all out below:

Asus ROG Phone 3
Asus ROG Phone 3 (HT Tech)

ASUS ROG Phone 3

Asus launched the ROG Phone 5 this year, with powerful specs and new cooling capabilities, making it an excellent choice for gamers. But if you don’t want to spend 50,000 on a gaming smartphone, the older Asus ROG Phone 3 from last year is still a very capable device with a Snapdragon 865, which used to retail for 49,999. ASUS ROG Phone 3 price now is 41,999 online for the 8GB/128GB RAM and storage variant.

Xiaomi Mi 10.
Xiaomi Mi 10. (Xiaomi)

Xiaomi Mi 10

Xiaomi’s most powerful device from last year, the Mi 10 comes with the powerful Snapdragon 865 processor, 8GB RAM and 12GB of storage that cost 50,000 when it launched. Xiaomi Mi 10 price now is 44,999 - 5,000 was shaved off the rate. The higher 256GB storage variant costs 49,999 down from the original price of 54,999.

Motorola Edge+
Motorola Edge+ (Motorola)

Motorola Edge+

Last year, Motorola launched the powerful Moto Edge+, a device sporting a Snapdragon 865 processor and 12 GB of RAM under the hood. The device used to cost 75,000 in India. Since then Moto Edge+ price has been cut significantly and is now available at 64,999.

Oppo Find X2.
Oppo Find X2. (Oppo)

Oppo Find X2

The Oppo Find X2 was the most expensive device from the company last year, and cost 65,000 when it was launched. The device has 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, and has a Snapdragon 865 processor for day to day tasks. The smartphone also charges at an impressive 65W, which is the fastest among the devices on this list. Oppo Find X2 price now is 57,990.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

The most expensive device on this list, Samsung’s flagship foldable device from last year came with a super AMOLED secondary display and a FHD+ primary display, for the right mix of multi-tasking and entertainment. Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is also powered by the Snapdragon 865+ processor and comes with 12 GB of RAM. Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 price now is 1.35 lakh, after 15,000 were shaved off.

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