Pixel 2 XL at Rs 49,999, Moto X4 6GB at Rs 21,999 and More Smartphone Deals During Flipkart Sale

Indian e-commerce portal Flipkart is known for conducting sales on smartphones every now and then, and the company is gearing up for yet another Mobiles Bonanza sale between March 13 and March 15. A day before the sale commences, Flipkart has revealed some of the best deals on smartphones. The landing page of Mobiles Bonanza sale says that the Google Pixel 2 XL will be available at Rs 49,999 (including exchange offer) and the recently launched Moto X4 6GB RAM will be down to Rs 21,999 during the same sale. Many other smartphones such as the Oppo F3, Lenovo K8 Plus etc. will be available at best prices during the sale as per Flipkart. Read on to know more about these deals.

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Starting off with the Lenovo K8 Plus smartphone, Flipkart did not reveal the price of the budget smartphone, but it’s teasing the phone is ‘coming at a never before price.’ In the previous sales, the K8 Plus was made available at Rs 8,999, and it was the cheapest dual camera smartphone back then. Flipkart might offer the smartphone at Rs 7,999 to make the deal even more appealing.

Moving on, the Oppo F3 launched back in May 2017 will be available at just Rs 11,990 (no exchange offers included), down from its current Rs 16,990 price tag. Next on the list, Flipkart has the Samsung Galaxy On Nxt (16GB) variant at Rs 9,499, Moto E4 Plus at Rs 8,999 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 at Rs 22,990.

As stated, Flipkart says that the Google Pixel 2 XL (the best camera smartphone) will be available at Rs 49,999. However, the discounted price also includes Rs 5,000 off on exchange deals, meaning the phone will be available for purchase at Rs 54,999 right off the bat. And that’s cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S9’s price of Rs 57,900.

Other budget devices such as the Samsung Galaxy On5, LG K7i and iVoomi i1 will also be available at huge discounts. The Galaxy On5 will be available at Rs 6,290 during the sale, whereas the LG K7i will be down to Rs 4,990.

Motorola phones such as the Moto Z2 Play and Moto X4 will be available at discounted prices too. The Moto Z2 Play will be down to Rs 19,999 including Rs 2,000 exchange discount, while the Moto X4 6GB RAM variant will be sold at Rs 21,999, down from the original Rs 24,999 price tag. The Nokia 6 4GB RAM variant will also be made available at Rs 16,999, along with the Moto Z2 Force at Rs 34,998.

Furthermore, Flipkart will be conducting flash sales of several popular smartphones. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will be available for purchase during the sale period along with the Redmi 5A at its original price of Rs 5,999. Customers looking to purchase the Honor 9 Lite’s 4GB RAM variant during the sale can avail a Rs 1,500 exchange discount. The Infinix Hot S3 will also be available during the Mobiles Bonanza Sale.

Lastly, Flipkart will be offering exchange offer on smartphones such as the Vivo V7, Oppo F3 Plus and Vivo V7+.

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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Arena
Arena

Plz don’t buy Moto/Lenovo, Now Lenovo is dumping it’s stocks..which will be dumped without updates. Some anti xiaomi will bark below, just ignore them. They should understand the Reason for Moto price cut is Redmi note 5 pro. Value for money : Xiaomi, mid range, best build, stock, updates: Nokia, best updates, flagship: google pixel range, best display: Samsung galaxy 2018 buy: SD450, SD636, SD660,SD670,SD845 devices only. 2018 Till now Devices : Redmi 5, Redmi note 5 pro, Nokia 7 plus is my preferred 2018 but list SD845, SD670 (Q3 possibly) has dual volte, also Kirin 970. Honor View 10… Read more »

Nikhil
Nikhil

I strongly agree!!!!! What about Nokia 6(2018) at 16000-18000?????

Arena
Arena

Except brand and build. SD630 and 3000mah, no stereo speaker unlike 1st model….these must be your deciding factor wrt market competition. I feel Nokia 7 plus is best buy. Either Xiaomi for low price or Nokia….don’t buy any other crap phones from Moto/Lenovo.

Nikhil
Nikhil

Never bought any Moto phone despite being tempted for Value for money in past!!!!! Lenovo is junkyard since start!!!!! They cannot provide VoLTE to Vibe X3(flagship) wraps up everything!!!!!! Only phone I liked from Lenovo is Lenovo K6 Power and Lenovo P2!!!!!

Nikhil
Nikhil

I asked for Nokia because better updates policy than others!!!!! Even flagships from other OEMs didn’t provide regular updates(LG and HTC)!!!!! One Plus is also lagging a bit in my opinion!!!!! Nokia 5/6/8 getting regular updates!!!!! Nokia 8 is still fantastic phone!!!!! Nokia needs to work on camera by keeping same price this year in Indian market!!!!! That will be unbeatable even for One plus and Honor, let along LG/Samsung/HTC!!!!!! Yes Nokia 7 Plus is fantastic phone, but pricing is the key!!!!!! 20000 for 4GB and 64GB model will be best one!!!!! 4GB and 64GB should be norm for every… Read more »

Sandeep Bansal
Sandeep Bansal

LOL

geek
geek

Hmm

Sandeep Bansal, Manipal
Sandeep Bansal, Manipal

LOL, Seems like propaganda is going strong…
RN5 Pro has been released with a year old Android Version and you are saying that Moto doesn’t get updates…
Pot calling kettle black…

Priyansh Singh
Priyansh Singh

Yeh hi toh main bhi keh rha hun..1st Line.

Priyansh Singh
Priyansh Singh

+10

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru
Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

Stock Android’s version really doesn’t matter in a heavily skinned OS like MiUI.

Kaushik IMA
Kaushik IMA

Most of the Chinese vendors are still on Android 7.1, mainly because their “OS” is actually forked android and customizations run pretty deep (including *cough* backdoors *cough*) into the core code.

The same deal applies also to Samsung TouchWiz/Experience which is why you will find your Samsung phone is always many months/a year behind the curve.

OTOH having close to stock Android and still not updating it is a SIN because of much lesser effort required (like Panasonic, Moto and HTC are guilty of doing on non-flagship devices).

raj
raj

Agreed that moto is not getting updates like it used to under GOOGLE but still its better for stock software which does not hang and crash or even for that matter slow down. I still have moto x1 running all apps without crashing or slowing down on daily usage but little battery is going down because its 4 years old and its acceptable . Recently friend purchased moto g5plus and one more friend g5splus both are good and working from 1 year and 6 months. I can challenge that though there are few hiccups with respect to updates….. moto still… Read more »

Priyansh Singh
Priyansh Singh

+1

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