Poco X2, Realme 6 Series and Several Vivo Smartphones Receive Price Hike

With the new GST hike in place, smartphone brands are revising prices of their smartphones starting April 1

Highlights
  • Poco X2 price in India now start at Rs 16,999 from the earlier Rs 15,999
  • Realme also hiked the prices of Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro smartphones
  • Vivo hiked prices of recently launched Vivo V17, S1 Pro and Vivo U20

All the smartphone brands are increasing prices of their smartphones in India due to the GST hike and falling rupee value. After Oppo, other brands like Vivo, Poco and Realme has announced new prices in the country. Poco has increased the price of all variants of Poco X2 and it now starts at Rs 16,999 from the earlier Rs 15,999. The Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro also got a new price hike of Rs 1,000 and the prices now start at Rs 13,999 and Rs 17,999, respectively. On the flip side, Vivo has announced a price hike of various existing models including the phones like Vivo S1 Pro, Vivo V17 and Vivo U20 which were launched at the end of 2019. While smartphone companies are announcing revised prices today, the actual sales might only begin after the lockdown period.

Poco X2 Price in India Now Starts at Rs 16,999

The Poco X2 was one of the best smartphones announced last year. Starting at Rs 15,999, the Poco X2 offers features like Snapdragon 730G SoC, 64MP quad-camera setup with Sony IMX686 primary lens, 4500mAh battery and glass body. The new prices of Poco X2 are Rs 16,999 for the 6GB+64GB model, Rs 17,999 for the 6GB+128GB variant and Rs 20,999 for the 8GB+256GB variant. Old prices of the Poco X2 were Rs 15,999, Rs 16,999 and Rs 19,999.

Realme 6 Series Receive Rs 1,000 Price Hike

Moving onto the Realme 6 series, there are two smartphones- Realme 6 and the Realme 6 Pro. The Realme 6 is now priced at Rs 13,999 for the 4GB+64GB variant, Rs 15,999 for 6GB+128GB model and Rs 16,999 for the 8GB+128GB model.

The Realme 6 Pro which is already receiving rave reviews for the starting price of Rs 16,999, will now be available at Rs 17,999. The 6GB+64GB model of Realme 6 Pro will be retailing at Rs 17,999, followed by the 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB models at Rs 18,999 and Rs 19,999, respectively.

Vivo V17, S1 Pro and Other Phones Also Get Price Hike

Vivo has revised the prices of various smartphones including the recently launched models like Vivo V17, S1 Pro and Vivo U20. The new MOP of the Vivo Y91i (2GB+32GB) is Rs 7,990 and the same for 3GB+32GB model is Rs 8,990. The Vivo Y11 with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage will be priced at Rs 9,990 and the Vivo Y12 with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage costs Rs 10,990.

The Vivo S1’s 4GB+128GB model will be available at Rs 17,990, followed by the 6GB+128GB variant at Rs 19,990. Vivo’s U20 that was launched recently can be picked up via offline stores at Rs 19,990. The Vivo U20’s 8GB+128GB variant is only available in the offline market.

Lastly, the Vivo S1 Pro’s 8GB+128GB model costs Rs 20,990 and the same model of Vivo V17 is priced at Rs 24,990.

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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Girish Gowda | BengaLuru
Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

Time to say goodbye to China instead. This is the best time.

BrightStar
BrightStar

Well before going hardware way can we atleast do away with chinese apps tiktok, UC, Helo, and many more likewise

nassa
nassa

What are the Indian alternatives to these Chinese companies?? The problem is with the startup ecosystem in the country. There is hardly any Indian startups who are running on their own…Indian companies need to step up or else people will have no option but to buy these chinese phones..

Kiran Fernandes I Goa
Kiran Fernandes I Goa

GG, the Indian version of Xiaomi, Realme, Asus Zenfone, etc don’t exist, unless you’re talking about Lava, Xolo, Karbonn, Micromax etc. They all failed. Xiaomi, Realme are Chinese companies using the make in India initiative. Parts are sourced from China and all. So we’re literally buying from China. That’s never gonna stop.

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru
Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

@KF: I know. Better to buy Korean products instead which have lesser percentage of China made internal components. I have said this before already.

PS: There is no Indian mobile manufacturing company.

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