Weekly Trending Smartphones: Vivo U10, Pixel 4, Asus ROG 2, Realme XT, Vivo V17 Pro, OnePlus 7T, iPhone 11
Asus ROG Phone 2 has been launched in India running on Snapdragon 855 Plus. The gaming device comes with a humongous 6000mAh battery at Rs 37,999. The final OnePlus 7T series launch date is out, and it’s happening on September 26 in the country alongside its first SmartTV followed by a global launch on October 10 at London.
Vivo will also be unveiling its first U-series smartphone in the country on September 24, Vivo U10.
While Apple isn’t keen on making smartphones cheaper, and here’s a big opportunity for you to grab the latest Apple iPhone 11 at just Rs 39,300 only. The company did launch iPhone 11 at a cheaper price compared to the predecessor, but it’s still very costly for a price sensitive market as India.
The iPhone 11 India sales will start this week from September 27. Apart from the iPhone 11 at 39,000 offer, there’s an additional bank offer available on all the latest iPhone 11 variants.
Let’s check out the top trending smartphones from this week.
The much-hyped Vivo U10 live pictures are out, and the company is all set to take on some of the top budget smartphones in the sub-10,000 segment. Vivo U10 will be launched under an all new U series in India on September 24, to be available exclusively online. Vivo U10 will have a water-drop notch display with slim bezels, volume and power keys on the right with speaker grill sits on the top of the screen. Vivo U10 will come with good cameras, a multi-camera system.
As Vivo Z-series targets the entry-midrange and midrange category, the upcoming U-series will cater to the price conscious customers in the sub-10,000 segment. The U in the U-series stands for ‘Unstoppable’, and Vivo aims to offer an array of premium features at a budget pricing.
You can get the latest iPhone 11 (64GB model) for a flat cashback of Rs 6,000. This is not the single offer. The private lender is additionally offering you the smartphone with extra reward points, bringing the effective price to less than 40,000 rupees. With HDFC Bank Infinia Credit Card, you can avail an additional 10X reward points on the purchase of the latest iPhone 11. HDFC bank is offering extra reward points worth Rs 19,600.
So, all you need to do is use the HDFC Bank Infinia Credit Card to buy new iPhone 11, and you get it at an effective price of Rs 39,300. The company is also offering a no-cost EMI option for up to 6 months. So the effective price of iPhone 11 (64GB) stands at Rs 39,300. That’s a 39 percent discount if you count the added benefits.
Asus ROG 2
Asus ROG Phone 2 has been launched in India running on Snapdragon 855 Plus. The gaming device comes with a humongous 6000mAh battery at Rs 37,999. Asus ROG Phone 2 offers everything you would want on a gaming-centric smartphone. At Rs 37,999 you get 8GB of RAM, 128GB storage, 18W charger and a AeroCase. Asus now has upgraded UFS 3.0 format storage for faster read/write speeds and snappy load times.
The ROG 2 prices go up to Rs 59,999 for 12GB RAM, 512GB storage, 30W ROG charger, AeroActive Cooler and AeroCase. Asus ROG 2 will be exclusively starting from Flipkart during the Big Billion Days sale from September 30 with special bank offers and no-cost EMI options.
Vivo V17 Pro
Newly launched Vivo V17 Pro will be available with a special price cut at the Amazon Great Indian festival. It’s a short term offer, and it’s a good chance to grab the latest Vivo camera smartphone at a good price. You can further avail an additional 10 percent discount with SBI debit and credit cards and extra Amazon Pay cashback. Vivo V17 Pro houses four cameras at the back and a dual camera pop-up system upfront, a total of six cameras.
Vivo V17 Pro comes with the same notch-less design technology as the predecessor to offer a more enhanced immersive viewing experience, an in-display fingerprint sensor and AMOLED display. Vivo V17 Pro has been launched at Rs 29,990.
Realme XT technically became the world’s first 64MP smartphone, and in India the new Realme midrange device with the Samsung 64MP GW1 sensor inside a quad camera setup is the first. Redmi Note 8 Pro with the same sensor will launch in India in November. The company unveiled the smartphone last week in the country, and it has been trending since then. Realme XT is a part of Realme X series, and starts at Rs 15,999.
Just within a few weeks of Realme 5 series release, the company launched its next, the first 64MP camera smartphone in India. The smartphone comes with an AMOLED display, in-display fingerprint sensor, Snapdragon 712 processor, fast charging, quad camera system with the 64MP processor.
Google Pixel 4
After iPhones, it’s now time for the next much-exciting series of the year, the Google Pixel. It’s again been leaked in a coral orange model. The internet giant is trying hard to make an impact in the hardware industry, and Pixel is its biggest bet now. The third generation Pixel smartphones tanked, and Google is keeping nothing unturned this year with the latest Pixel 4 series. The upcoming Pixel smartphones are expected to bring the best you can find on a flagship Android device.
Pixel 4 smartphones will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 running on the latest version of Android 10 with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory. Pixel 4 XL smartphone will feature a screen resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels with a screen refresh rate of 90Hz.
OnePlus 7T Series: OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro
OnePlus has confirmed that it will launch the new OnePlus 7T series globally in India on September 26 in New Delhi. The latest OnePlus 7T leaks confirm the same 90Hz display as the current OnePlus 7 Pro. Both the OnePlus 7T smartphones will be powered by the new Snapdragon 855 Plus chip. The design will remain the same without some minor changes in the inside. The 7T series sales will start from mid-October.
Alongside OnePlus 7T, OnePlus will unveil OnePlus TV on September 26 in the country. The launch event for both the OnePlus TV and OnePlus 7T series will be held at New Delhi. The OnePlus 7T smartphones will go on sale during the Amazon Great Indian Festival.