Samsung Galaxy M51 (PC: Social Media)
New Delhi: These days the festive season sale is going on. Along with the Diwali sale, e-commerce sites are also offering many bang-on offers to their customers. If you want to buy a smartphone, then you have a golden opportunity to take advantage of this festive season sale. Actually, the smartphone maker Samsung had cut the price of the recently launched new smartphone Galaxy M51.
Galaxy M51 available in cheap rates:
Now you can buy this phone even more cheaply. The company launched this smartphone in September itself, and at that time the price of the phone was Rs 24,999, but now the price of this phone has been cut, and its initial price was reduced to 22,999. The special thing is that now this phone can be bought even more cheaply.
Samsung official page announcement:
Samsung’s official Twitter account has revealed that the phone can be brought home for 3 thousand more cheaply. So let’s know how much it can be bought after being cheaper. Actually, Twitter has been shared by the company, according to which if you pay with the credit / debit card of Citi Bank, ICICI Bank or Kotak Bank to buy the phone, then you will get an instant discount of 3 thousand rupees.
Go big on stunning colors and binge sprees with the 16.95cm (6.7”) sAMOLED Plus | Infinity-O Display of the new #SamsungM51. The undisputed #MeanestMonsterEver. Now at a starting price of just ₹19499 including ₹3000 off on select bank cards. pic.twitter.com/AOq77YLDQg
— Samsung India (@SamsungIndia) November 2, 2020
The most special thing about this smartphone is its battery of 7000mAh. Let us know that this is the first phone in India that has come with a 7000mAh battery. Along with this, there is also support for 25W fast charging. The company says that it can be talked for 64 hours continuously by full charge. Not only this, the company has also claimed that it can also use the Internet continuously for 24 hours.
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