E-platform Flipkart announced a booming sale of iPhone 13, on February 20. The Apple model, which released in 2021, is now available at a cost of Rs.62,999 on Flipkart. The customers are getting the phone for a huge sale of Rs. 9,000, whereas a bonus for HDFC Credit Card holder, as they will get the phone for an amount of Rs.60,999. The price can also reduce further with an exchange.
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Nothing released its first smartphone, Nothing Phone (1), on July 12. Despite the fact that Phone (1) will be on sale from July 21, the Carl Pei-led tech startup is now selling the transparent cover, tempered glass screen, and 45W Nothing Power adaptor on Flipkart. Nothing Phone (1) supports up to 33W charging and does not come with an adapter. The adapter and case are both priced at Rs 1,499.
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The Nothing Phone (1) will be available in two color variants when it launches on July 12 according to the most recent leak. Nothing Phone (1) will be available in black and white. Nothing Phone (1) is expected to be released with three storage choices ranging from $397 to $456 (approximately Rs 31,300- Rs 35,900). Pre-orders for Nothing Phone (1) are currently open and will soon be sold on Flipkart.
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Motorola to launch Moto G42 in India on July 4. Motorola has set up a Flipkart page for the Moto G42 ahead of its official debut, which discloses its design, colors, triple back cameras, and other crucial characteristics. A 6.4-inch display with Full-HD+ resolution and a hole-punch cutout for the single 16-megapixel selfie camera are among… read-more
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Video editing SAAS platform VideoVerse has announced to have raised $46.8 million in series B funding, on April 20. Reportedly, the funding was led by Alpha Wave Global and Binny Baisal and A91 Partners. Stride Ventures, Innoven Capital and Pacific Western Bank are among other investors. The new funds raised by the company will be used to strengthen the teams, develop newer products and expand the company's global market share.
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In a rare incident, Simranpal Singh resident of Chandigarh, who ordered iPhone 12 of Rs 51,999 from Flipkart, received two bars of Nirma soap in the box inside of the phone. Reportedly, the incident occurred when Singh asked the delivery person to open the box while recording the video of the incident. Subsequently, she raised the complaint with Flipkart. ''The issue was resolved...the whole amount was refunded,'' said Singh.
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Amazon announced that the Great Indian Festival sale will start on October 4 till November. The company also shook hand with HDFC Bank to offer a 10% discount using the bank's debit or credit cards. Reportedly, over 1,000 new products from brands like Apple, Asus, Fossil, HP, and Samsung are expected to be launched during this festival. Besides, Flipkart's Big Billion Day sale will start on October 7.
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The online retail major Flipkart has officially announced the comeback of 'The Big Billion Sale' dropping off teasers for the new launches, discounts, and offers ranging across electronics, appliances, fashion, home decor. The sale is expected to go live at the peak of the festive season, around September-end or October-start. However, the consumers will enjoy more discounts using ICICI and Axis bank credit cards and via Paytm transactions.… read-more
Owing to the growing customer demand, Walmart-owned Flipkart in a statement informed that five new warehouses are under development in Haryana and Hyderabad. The move will ensure faster delivery and better capabilities to support thousands of sellers, MSMEs, farmers, creating around 12,000 job opportunities. However, Flipkart plans to introduce hyperlocal service 'Flipkart Quick' to over 200 cities by 2022, currently, operating in Kolkata,… read-more
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The Supreme court of India will investigate the trading practices of Amazon and Walmart's Flipkart on the grounds of anti-competitive behavior allegations. Reportedly, the two tech giants bypassed Indian laws and using various tactics to hamper small businesses. Union Commerce Minister Piyush Gopal welcomed the SC's decision invoking the "Quit India Movement". An official report regarding the allegations is yet to be disclosed.