If you still want to buy an iPhone 11 from Amazon, today might be your lucky day because Amazon’s Great Indian Festival deal ends on November 2nd at 11.59 PM, giving you only two days to make a decision. During the sale, Amazon sold the iPhone 11 for ₹43,999, down from ₹49,000. At the start of the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale, Amazon offered a great discount on the iPhone 11, which was available at ₹38,999 at the time of the sale. However, the offer days have come to an end, and Amazon has slightly increased the price for the iPhone 11, so this may be your last chance to get the iPhone 11 for only ₹43,999.
iPhone 11 Price
- iPhone 11 64GB at ₹43,999 — See on Amazon
- iPhone 11 128GB — Currently unavailable
- iPhone 11 256GB at ₹64,999 — See on Amazon
Customers in India will receive an ₹2000 instant discount on ICICI Bank Credit Cards (excluding Amazon Pay ICICI Credit Card) Credit Card Transactions, an ₹2000 instant discount on Kotak Bank Cards, and an ₹2000 instant discount on ICICI Bank Debit Card Transactions. Customers can also get no-cost EMI on certain cards and up to ₹15,000 discount when exchanging old smartphones.
The iPhone 11 comes with a strong dual-camera system that offers an easy photographic experience on the smartphone, as well as Night mode for high-quality images. The iPhone 11 is outfitted with the Apple A13 Bionic chip, which enables it to do even the most demanding tasks on a single charge throughout the day, and it is built to withstand components with stronger water resistance.
The iPhone 11 has the toughest glass ever on a smartphone, with a back design expertly machined and sculpted from a single piece of glass. It is rated IP68 for up to 30 minutes of water resistance at a depth of 2 meters and is resistant to accidental spills.
The A13 Bionic provides exceptional efficiency for each activity handled by the iPhone 11 and includes a CPU and GPU that are up to 20% faster than the A12. The A13 Bionic is designed for machine learning, with new Machine Learning Accelerators allowing the CPU to perform more than one trillion operations per second, due to a faster Neural Engine for real-time photo and video processing.
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