This Is The New Price Of The Realme 2 Pro, Realme U1 During "Holi Day" Open Sale


Realme has effected price changes to its Realme 2 Pro and Realme U1 midrangers as part of a Holi Days sale from 13 March - 15 March. Check out the new prices of the smartphones now.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

Realme has effected price changes to its Realme 2 Pro and Realme U1 midrangers; the result of these new changes have resulted in these smartphones becoming more affordable, due to price reductions. The new prices to the Realme 2 Pro and Realme U1 are a result of the “Realme Holi Days” that are slated to begin from 13 March and go on till 15 March 2019.

During the above time period, the Realme 2 Pro and Realme U1 could be bought at a further Rs 1000 discount. All versions of the former handset would get the Rs 1000 price reduction. Both the devices with the price cut could be checked out on the official Realme portal.

Here, it is worth noting that the above is an open sale, not flash sales; which means that both the Realme U1 and Realme 2 Pro could be purchased at will from 13 March - 15 March online and there should be sufficient units stocked up to be delivered. The “Holi days” scheme is now live already.

As for their prices, the Realme U1’s colour variants include Ambitious Black, Fiery Gold, and Brave Blue; and prices start from Rs 9999 for the 3GB +32GB edition; the 4GB+64GB edition is priced at Rs 12499. In case you are desirous of checking out a Realme U1 and Realme 2 Pro during this sale, then you should remember that the maximum amount of smartphones you could buy is limited to 1 per login.

The Realme 2 Pro;s price (during the sale) starts from Rs 11990 for a 4GB+64GB edition; the other editions viz a 6GB +64GB, 8GB + 128GB are priced at Rs 13990 and Rs 1590 respectively - all representing a Rs 1000 discount. The 8GB -128GB edition seems to be out of stock at this point in time and you could sign up to get notified about the availability of new units.

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