The Apple iPhone SE 16 GB variant, which was launched back in April last year for RS 39,000, has undergone a price slash. The phone now costs Rs 19,999.
Kerala-based retailer ITNET has broken the news regarding the price slash in a Twitter post. Read the post below...
iPhone SE Now available in India at Lower price than US. 16 GB @ 19999 64 GB @ 25999 . Offer only for Card Purchase . Call us at 9995800818 pic.twitter.com/815jKF4m5h— ITNET (@itnetinfocom) March 18, 2017
The post also mentions the 64GB variant of the iPhone SE to be on sale for Rs 25,999. In another tweet, the retailer claims that the effective price is reportedly after a cashback of Rs 5,000 against debit or credit card purchase.
The iPhone SE offer is an official offer from Apple of 5000 Rs Cashback. You can check with the Local Authorised Apple Store for details .— ITNET (@itnetinfocom) March 19, 2017
Apple has yet to release an official statement regarding the price change.
Key specs of the Apple iPhone SE
OS: iOS 9.3
Resolution: 640x1136 pixels
Front Camera: 1.2MP
Rear Camera: 12MP
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