Amazon Freedom Sale: Here Are All the Best Discounts and Offers
Amazon Freedom Sale: Here Are All the Best Discounts and Offers

There are many smartphone brands available in the market today, but the trust that the legendary phone maker One Plus has gained in the past two years is hardly done by any company. One Plus smartphones are better and premium. In terms of design, display, and processor, their phones always make a room in users' hearts. Now take the One Plus 7 and The OnePlus 7 Pro. Both these phones are less compliment able. 

When the two phones landed in the market, the youth's craze became a sight. Everyone was talking about its features and specifications and was ready to buy the phones. Both the OnePlus 7 Series phones are still available on Amazon. The best part is that you can take advantage of Amazon Freedom Sale 2019 to get a huge discount of up to Rs 3,000 in the One Plus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro.

Amazon Freedom Sale has started from 12 noon on August 7 for Prime Subscribers. The sale will last till August 11. So you have very little time to buy the One Plus 7 Series phones.

OnePlus 7 Pro Discounts: Some models (old phones) on the Exchange will get an additional Rs. 3000 for those who buy the OnePlus 7 Pro. 12-month no-cost EMI on OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus 7 Discount: Those who buy the OnePlus 7 on the exchange for some models (old phones) will get an additional discount of Rs. 2000. 6-month no-cost EMI on OnePlus 7

In addition to these benefits, if you buy these phones with an SBI credit card, you will get a discount of up to Rs. 1500 immediately.

For your information, let's tell you that all OnePlus smartphones are out of the crowd. If you buy the OnePlus 7 Pro, it comes with 12GB of RAM and the latest Qualcomm 855 processor. The phone comes with Quad HD+ resolution and 90Hz AMOLED display. It comes with a 4000mAh battery. It comes with a triple rear camera setup with a 48-megapixel primary camera that improves your experience.

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