HTC has given its latest flagship phone U Play a major price cut. HTC U Play smartphone was launched in India in February for Rs. 39,990. With the latest price cut, it will now be available for Rs. 29,990. This means, the HTC U Play has received a price cut of Rs. 10,000. Continue reading “HTC U Play gets Rs.10,000 price cut in India, now available for Rs. 29990”
The first generation Asus ZenWatch has just received a price cut in USA and is available at a price of US$ 99 (Around Rs 6,700)
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Xiaomi has slashed price for its first generation Mi Pad tablet in India by Rs 2,000. The tablet that was launched in India for Rs 12,999 is now available for Rs 10,999.
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Apple has slashed prices for the iPhone 5s in India almost by half. As a reult of the price cut, the iPhone 5s is now priced at Rs 24,999 in the country.
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Google has reduced prices of various popular apps and games in Indian Play Store. The apps have received a major price cut and they now start from as low as Rs 10.
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Samsung has slashed prices for both its flagship devices – Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge just four months after their launch. The company is cutting the price of both these devices by EUR 100.
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OnePlus recently shared a teaser on it’s official twitter account, which stated that the company is again looking to shake the tech industry.
While most of you predicated that the company was going to announce the next iteration of the OnePlus, sorry to disappoint you folks, but we think you’ll have to wait a bit longer. Continue reading “Exclusive: OnePlus One to get a price cut on June 1”
Pebble, the company behind smartwatches with the same name, has announced price cuts for both of its models, alongside a crucial software update that enables continuous activity tracking. The original and the Steel both get a 50$ price cut to $99 and $199 respectively, with the original going back to its initial Kickstarter early bird price tag. With many of the newer Smartwatches selling at much higher prices, Pebble is well positioned to take advantage of the Smartwatch craze and lower the barrier of entry for enthusiasts seeking to try them out.
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The Apple iPhone 5s, the previous flagship device, gives way to the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus today, so naturally, it has received a price cut. During the keynote, Apple was careful enough to place the iPhone 5s on its slides, a nod to the fact that it will continue being one of the two 4″ iPhones you can still get. The device gets a 100$ price cut to 549$ for the 16 GB version while it’s 150$ lesser for the 32 GB variant, at 599$. The pricing has already been updated in the Apple store.
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The tradition continues, with Apple announcing price cuts for the older iPhones that precede the brand new ones that launched today. The 5c, when it launched, had an unlocked price of 549$, while the 4S at the same time had its price cut to 450$. Now it’s the iPhone 5c’s turn, with it getting the same price cut to 450$ for the unlocked 8 GB version. Long rumoured to be a cheaper version of the iPhone, the 5c launched to poor reception last year. Apple was constantly pushing 5c through incessant marketing in several markets, especially in the past few months. This price cut will hence be the last stretch of shelf time for the iPhone 5c.
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Oppo N1, the previous flagship device from the company and Oppo R1, the premium mid range handset, have both got themselves a price cut in the Indian retail market. Previously sold for Rs. 39,990, the Oppo N1 will now be sold for Rs. 32,990 whereas the Oppo R1, which started selling for Rs. 26,990 will now be sold for Rs. 24,990. Replacing the flagship N1 is the new Find 7 which was announced a while back in India, and it will instead sell for Rs. 37,990. This price cut comes after the portfolio refresh that happened recently, with the announcement of the new top end devices Find 7 and the Find 7a.
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Galaxy Gear is the first Smartwatch from Samsung, the world leader in consumer electronics. One would have expected it to sell like how the Note sold, even after reviews lambasted it for being too big and otherworldly, but that isn’t the same case for the Galaxy Gear. It has received price cuts after price cuts and we are now at a stage in which it sells at a price of Rs. 14,999 in retail, a huge 8,000 discount from the original launch price of Rs. 22,990. The price has fallen by almost 40%, which indicates the kind of demand that the product is getting in the market. Sure, the market is not really a “Smartwatch” market per se, but bundling it with the Note 3 was a clever strategy from Samsung, which unfortunately did not work in its favour.
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When HTC launched the 3G+WiFi of it’s 7 inch Android tablet in India for Rs.39890 in June this year , we were immensely disappointed about the price tag. It was an impressive tablet with decent battery life. Now if you gave the Flyer a pass for the same reason, good news for you. The price of the tablet has been cut by almost 50%. It has now available for Rs.23900 on Flipkart and Rs.23990 on LeysBuy. Some retailers are still selling it at around Rs.35000. Continue reading “HTC Flyer 32GB , 3G version Price Drops to Rs.23900 !”