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Holi Dhamaka Offer: Buy iPhone for just Rs 29,999, know offer in details

Apple recently discontinued the iPhone SE 2020 smartphone after announcing its latest iPhone SE 5G (2022) edition. But, one can still buy it through some e-commerce sites. Flipkart is hosting a Big Saving Days sale on its platform, where it is offering a few smartphones at the lowest prices and one of them is the iPhone SE 2020.

Buy iPhone for just Rs.29999

Although the latest models are currently available in the market at a heavy price, but if your budget is around Rs 30,000, then the iPhone SE 2020 can currently be purchased through Flipkart for Rs 29,999.

The device was originally launched in India for Rs 42,500, which means you are getting a discount of Rs 12,501. In addition, 10 percent discount is also available on exchange offers up to Rs 13,000 with SBI Bank credit cards. So, you will be able to buy iPhone SE 2020 in India for less than Rs 30,000.

Now, the real question is, is the iPhone SE 2020 (iPhone SE 2020) worth buying now that the new edition? But let us tell you that it all depends on your budget. If you are someone who wants an iPhone but doesn’t want to spend around Rs 43,000 onwards, then you can consider buying the iPhone SE 2020.

Overall, the main difference between the two phones is that the new phone has the more powerful A15 Bionic chip. Apple claims that the iPhone SE 2022 model will offer up to 15 hours of battery life, which is just two hours more than the older model. Whereas in the new edition you get better photography features.

And rest of the features are same. The 2020 model also has fast charging support and an IP67 rating. The A14 Bionic chip that powers the 2020 model is also quite powerful. So if you also want to buy an iPhone under 30 thousand rupees, then you have a good chance now and after the bank offers you can reduce its price further.

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