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Surprising Decrease in Mobile Phone Prices in Pakistan

April 12, 2024

In an unexpected turn of events, the mobile phone market in Pakistan has witnessed a significant reduction in prices across various brands and models. The price cuts are notably diverse, affecting budget-friendly options to premium flagships.

Redmi Revolutionizes Pricing

Redmi, known for its budget-friendly yet feature-packed smartphones, has led the charge with remarkable price adjustments:

  • The Redmi A1 Plus 2/32 is now available for PKR 17,000, marking a notable drop.
  • Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus 5G, a premium offering, sees a significant reduction to PKR 131,000.

Xiaomi and POCO Follow Suit

Xiaomi and its subsidiary POCO have also joined the price revolution:

  • Xiaomi 13T 12/256, previously on the higher end, now stands at a surprising PKR 165,000.
  • POCO’s X6 Pro 12/512 now sits at PKR 122,000, making it an attractive option for budget-conscious consumers.

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Infinix and TECNO Offerings

Infinix and TECNO, popular choices in the mid-range segment, have also slashed prices:

  • Infinix’s Hot 40 Pro 8/256 now retails at PKR 41,500, a significant reduction.
  • TECNO’s Spark 10 Pro 8/256 is now priced at PKR 28,500, making it an enticing deal for its features.

Other Notable Adjustments

Other brands like Motorola, REALME, HONOR, VIVO, OPPO, and Samsung have also adjusted their prices to align with the market’s new dynamics. Notable mentions include Realme’s C67 8/128, now at PKR 36,500, and Samsung’s A13 4/64, available at PKR 37,000.

Impact Beyond Smartphones

The price cuts extend beyond smartphones, affecting accessories and eco-friendly products:

  • Xiaomi’s 22.5W Power Bank 10,000mAh is now available for PKR 5,800.
  • Redmi’s Buds 5 Pro sees a significant drop to PKR 19,000, making it more accessible to music enthusiasts.

What’s Next?

With these surprising adjustments in prices, consumers can expect increased competition and more accessible options in the mobile phone market. Whether this trend continues or not remains to be seen, but for now, it’s good news for Pakistani consumers looking to upgrade their devices.

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