We have found out that 5 smartphones from Samsung and HTC, 4 from Micromax and Motorola, 2 from Huawei and 1 each from LG & Karbonn have reduced their price.
Smartphones are available at different price points and sometimes consumers defer their decision to buy a new smartphone simply because of its pricing.
The Mobile Indian presents you a list of 18 smartphones that have seen a drop in their prices in the range of Rs 500 to Rs 4,000 in the month of September. Please note we have taken into consideration pricing of these handsets on some online shopping stores.
In our research, we have found out that five smartphones from Samsung and HTC, four from Micromax and Motorola, two from Huawei and one each from LG and Karbonn have reduced their price.
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