‘Top-selling’ iPhone of 2020 available at best-ever discount on Amazon – Eagles Vine

NEW DELHI: Apple iPhone 12 is claimed to be the best-selling iPhone globally in the company’s 2020 lineup by research reports. This may be your chance to get this iPhone at the best-ever discount yet on the phone.
Apple iPhone 9: Available at Rs 70,900
You now have an opportunity to purchase the iPhone 12 at a flat discount of Rs 9,000. Currently, Amazon is selling the base variant of iPhone 12 at the ‘best-ever’ discount. Listed online at Rs 79,900, you can now purchase the 64GB variant of the smartphone at Rs 70,900.
Apple iPhone 12: Additional exchange discount of Rs 11,000
Along with the flat discount of Rs 9,000, the e-tailer is also offering an exchange offer of up to Rs 11,000 on iPhone 12. You can now exchange an old smartphone for the purchase of iPhone 12 and avail additional discount of Rs 11,000.
It is important to note that the discount of Rs 9,000 is available on the White colour variant of iPhone 12. The prices are a little different for different colours.
Apple iPhone 12 specifications
Apple iPhone 12 features a 6.1-inch OLED display with 1170×2532 pixel resolution. The display is protected from scratches with the help of Ceramic Shield. The smartphone is powered by the company’s own A14 Bionic chipset.
Apple iPhone 12 comes in three variants — 64GB, 128GB and 256GB (The offer is available on the base variant of 64GB). The device runs iOS 14 and it comes with IP68 rating which makes it water and dust-resistant.
Apple iPhone 12 sports a dual rear camera setup with 12MP TrueDepth main sensor and 12MP ultra-wide angle lens. The front is home to a 12MP TrueDepth camera with support for 4K recording.
Apple iPhone 12 comes with stereo speakers and built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery with MagSafe wireless charging.

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