Apple iPhone X gets heavily discounted in India; now is the time to buy


When Apple launched the iPhone X, the 10th anniversary handset, the brand revitalized a product category that was getting a bit stale. With the iPhone X, Apple ushered in a new range of smartphones that pushed the technology barrier that prompted Android manufacturers to seriously step up their game. Now, the highly sought after Apple iPhone X is available for a heavily discounted price of Rs 59,999 and if you have been holding out because the price is too high, now is the time to grab it from Flipkart.

The iPhone X with 64GB of onboard storage is now available for Rs 59,999. The MRP is still a whopping Rs 91,900 which is a massive discount any way you look at it. The 256GB variant also gets a reduced price of Rs 76,900; down from its MRP of Rs 82,000. This isn’t that a steep discount but it’s certainly a lot lesser and certainly appealing for those wanting to purchase an OLED iPhone X with a significant amount of storage.

 

The iPhone X made its debut in September 2017 and it was the first of its kind from Apple as it came with a near bezel-less display. The all-screen iPhone received rave reviews from journalists all over the world and Apple claimed that it would be years before its Android rivals could catch up. While the large display was one of the main selling points, the newly biometric authentication system, Face ID was the major breakthrough in technology as it uses Apple’s proprietary technology to scan the 3D image of a user’s face.

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iPhone X discount

Apart from the full-screen display and Face ID, the feature that made the iPhone X tick is the A11 Bionic chipset that is fitted inside. It comes with a 64-bit architecture, Neural Engine and an M11 Motion Co-processor. The handset features a vertically stacked dual camera setup on the rear which is widely considered as one of the best even today. It features two 12MP shooters and assisted by an LED flash. Up front, beside the facial recognition sensor is a 7MP selfie-camera that works brilliantly well in practically all lighting conditions.

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