Redmi 11 Prime which is originally priced at ₹12,999, gets discounted below ₹10,000 in the Amazon and Flipkart sales. You could get the base 4+64GB variant at ₹8,499 with bank offers and such. Before we break down the sale details, let’s recollect all the features the phone has to offer.
Xiaomi Redmi 11 Prime: Specs and features
Redmi 11 Prime sports a 6.58-inch LCD display with a Full HD+ resolution (2408 × 1080 pixel), 90Hz refresh rate, 500 nits peak brightness, and a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
The smartphone flaunts a MediaTek Helio G99 processor with an octa-core structure and a Mali G57 GPU.
You also get MIUI 13 which is based on Android 12.
Redmi 11 Prime sports a triple-rear camera framework with a 50MP primary sensor, complimented by a 2MP macro sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, the phone flaunts an 8MP camera.
The Redmi 11 Prime series has a big battery of 5000mAh which supports 18W fast charging.
As for the connectivity options offered by the Redmi 11 Prime, you have Dual-SIM, 4G, WiFi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 5.3, GPS, etc. You also get micro-SD card, a 3.5mm audio jack and an IR blaster.
Xiaomi Redmi 11 Prime : Price and Sale Details
As mentioned before, the Xiaomi Redmi 11 Prime is available in two variants: 4GB RAM + 64GB of storage and 6GB RAM + 128GB of storage, which cost ₹12,999 and ₹14,999 respectively.
However, the the brand is offering a ₹2000 discount on the smartphone in the ongoing sales.
In addition if the consumers were to purchase the smartphone from the Mi Store would avail another ₹1500 discount with their ICICI, Debit Card, Credit Card, and NetBanking transactions.
Moreover, Redmi 11 Prime purchases through Amazon would be eligible for another Rs ₹1250 discount on Credit Card EMI, Debit Card EMI, Credit Card, and Debit Card transactions.
Likewise the smartphone can be purchased on Flipkart as well, and buyers with SBI Credit Card can benefit on up to ₹2500 discount (₹2000 on non-EMI), which brings down the price to almost ₹8,499.
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