Apple’s cheapest iPhone available in India for sale – check price, launch offers and more

The Apple iPhone SE.Apple
  • The Apple iPhone SE has been priced starting at ₹42,500 in India.
  • Flipkart is offering a discount of up to ₹3,600 on the iPhone SE.
  • The iPhone SE features a 12MP primary camera and supports 18W fast charging.
Apple launched the iPhone SE 2020, the company’s cheapest iPhone last month in India. The device did not go on sale as the country has been under a nationwide lockdown since March 24.

The government has now relaxed the lockdown restrictions, allowing e-commerce operators to sell non-essential items such as phones, laptops and other electronics. The iPhone SE 2020 will be available from Flipkart.

Apple iPhone SE pricing and availability

Apple iPhone SEPrice
64GB variant₹42,500
128GB variant₹47,800
256GB variant₹58,300

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The Apple iPhone SE 2020 will be available from Flipkart from 12 noon today in Black, Red and White color options.

Apple iPhone SE launch offers

  • ₹3,600 instant discount on HDFC Bank debit card and credit card EMI transactions.
  • ₹1,500 instant discount on HDFC Bank non-EMI transactions.
  • 6-month YouTube Premium trial.
  • 5% cashback on Flipkart Axis Bank credit card.
  • No cost EMI option.
Apple iPhone SE specifications

  • 4.7-inch HD (1334 x 750 pixels) resolution Retina IPS display.
  • Apple A13 Bionic chip with 3rd gen neural engine, up to 256GB internal storage.
  • iOS 13.
  • Dual SIM (Nano + eSIM).
  • TouchID fingerprint sensor.
  • IP67 certified for water and dust resistance.
  • 18W fast charge, Qi wireless charging support.
  • 4G, 802.11ax Wi‑Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS and NFC.
CameraFeatures
12MP wide-angle-lensf/1.8 aperture
7MP selfie cameraf/2.2 aperture

The Apple iPhone SE also features a built-in stereo speaker for audio.
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