In April, smartphone companies netted zero revenue due to a nationwide lockdown issued by India’s government to curb COVID-19 spread.
Here is a list of smartphones that became cheaper amid lockdown.
Vivo S1 got a price cut of Rs 1,000 across all models. The base model now begins at Rs 16,990.
The device can be purchased through online retailers and from select offline stores, which are opening up in Green and Orange zones with the new price tag.
Vivo S1 specifications:
Samsung Galaxy M21/Galaxy A50s
Samsung has also decided to bring price cuts in India for its Galaxy M21 smartphones and the Galaxy A50s.
The Galaxy M21 is now available for the 4 GB RAM variant at Rs 12,699 and the 6 GB RAM variant at Rs 14,999 – down from Rs 14,222 and Rs 16,499, respectively.
The Galaxy A50s are now available for the 4 GB RAM variant at Rs 18,599, and for the 6 GB RAM variant at Rs 20,561 – down from Rs 21,070 and Rs 26,900, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy M21 specifications:
OnePlus 7T Pro
OnePlus has introduced a price reduction of Rs 6000 on its storage variant OnePlus 7 T Pro 8 GB RAM/256 GB.
It is now available at Amazon’s Rs 47,999, and the company’s own official website.