Realme TV for Rs 10,999 in Flipkart sale is a deal that makes total sense

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Flipkart Big Billion Days sales have started early for Flipkart Plus members. Get discounts on a range of products before non-subscribers, meaning you can call dibs on your favorite product before it’s sold out. There are some interesting offers that you can see on Flipkart, including those on smartphones, TVs, laptops, smartwatches and game consoles among other things. We will manually select some of the best deals Flipkart has to offer as part of the Big Billion Days sale.

Today you can buy Realme TV for Rs 2,000 less. The 32-inch model of the Realme TV launched for Rs 12,999 but is available for Rs 10,999 in the Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale. This is a successful deal if you see the total discount you get on Realme TV. Not only Rs 2,000 off, but you can also get an additional 10% off by paying via an SBI credit card. After the 10% discount, the actual price will be around Rs 9,899 for Realme TV. You may no longer receive this type of discount on Realme TV.

Realme TV is a budget-range TV that offers Android TV for less than Rs 13,000 now. It has a 32-inch HD Ready panel and 24W speakers with Dolby Audio which are more than enough to fill your room with good sound. The panel itself is decent enough for watching movies and shows on Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and Hotstar. Since it works on Android TV, you can download and install multiple apps, including Voot and ZEE5. For some apps, you have hotkeys on the remote, which open apps directly. And finally, you have the Google Assistant at your service on the TV which can even control smart home devices with your voice.

Realme TV launched for Rs 12,999 a few months ago, but Flipkart is selling it for less than Rs 11,000.

News Underline:

  • Flipkart sells the 32-inch Realme TV for under Rs 10,000.
  • Realme TV launched for Rs 12,999 a few months ago.
  • The sale of Flipkart Big Billion Days has started for Plus members.

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