After the small price hike on some of the Xiaomi products in India a few days ago, the company is now slashing prices of three smartphones - Redmi Note 5 Pro, Mi A2 and Redmi Y2 to celebrate its number one spot for five consecutive quarters in India.
2nd big news of #Super3! 🎉— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) November 16, 2018
To celebrate No. 1 position for 5 Qs, we are dropping prices of 5 phones by ₹1000!
* Redmi Y2 (4+64): ₹11999
* RN5Pro (4+64): ₹13999
* RN5Pro (6+64): ₹15999
* Mi A2 (4+64): ₹15999
* Mi A2 (6+128): ₹18999#HonestPricing #1SmartphoneBrand (2/2) pic.twitter.com/DD7f4ckq6Q
The new prices are adjusted by INR 1,000, so now the Redmi Y2 costs INR 11,999, the Redmi Note 5 Pro 4GB/64GB goes for INR 13,999 while the 6GB/64GB version sells for INR 15,999. The 4GB/64GB variant of the Mi A2 is INR 15,999 and the 6GB/128GB units ask INR 18,999.
The best part is that the new prices are already live across all official stores and they are permanent. You should keep in mind that theRedmi 6 Pro is just around the corner though.
Still pretty bad pricing if you ask me. RN5 pro is old and outclassed by both Zenfone max pro and Realme2 pro. Same with Y2. Mi A2 dropped the ball by downgrading with removing headphone jack and microSD slot. And only gets worse with bad battery l...