- Poco has announced discounts and offers on its most popular phones.
- Poco C3, Poco X3 and more phones will be available on discount during Flipkart Diwali sale.
- Some Poco phones will also get additional bank discounts.
Phone maker Poco has been clocking in some impressive number over the last few months. The company recently announced that it sold over a million smartphones during the Big Billion Days sale in India. And now, the company looks set to build on the momentum and sell thousands of new units each of its most popular smartphones including the Poco C3, Poco M2, Poco M2 Pro, Poco X2, and Poco X3.
Poco has announced that buyers will be getting another chance at purchasing Poco smartphones at discounted prices during the upcoming Big Diwali Sale on Flipkart. As the company has announced, the discounted pricing will be applied during the duration of the sale from November 7 to November 12.
Poco has revealed that during the sale, phones including the Poco C3, Poco M2, Poco M2 Pro and Poco X3 will be avilable on heavy discounts, with buyers also getting an additional instant discount of Rs 1500 ( Rs 2000 on prepaid transactions) on POCO C3 (4GB + 64GB) and Rs 1000 (1500 on prepaid transactions) on POCO C3 (3GB + 32GB).
On POCO X3, buyers will be able to avail an additional Rs 2500 discount, while POCO M2 Pro buyers will get an instant discount of Rs 2000. The discounts, Poco explains, will be valid for credit card, debit card and EMI transactions made through ICICI, Citi, Axis & Kotak bank. All other devices will see an instant discount of 10 per cent.
Of the phones in the list, the Poco X3 is definitely one of the most interesting. Under the hood, the Poco X3 offers a powerful configuration as it pairs the new mid-range Snapdragon 732G SoC with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage for its entry variant. While on the outside, there is a 6.67-inch display that's capable of churning out Full HD+ resolution and running at a fast 120Hz refresh rate with 240mss touch sampling rate while doing so. The panel here is an IPS LCD one, with the company opting against going with an AMOLED panel to keep costs in check.