Amazon Prime Day 2021: Top offers and deals on mobile accessories
- Smartphone accessories are available at a starting price of Rs 69 during the
Prime Day sale.
- You can get discounts on accessories like chargers, charging cables, power banks and more.
- There are mobile accessories from various brands like Xiaomi, Samsung, OnePlus, AmazonBasics and more.
Amazon’s annual Prime Day sale is known for its massive discounts and offers across different products. Amazon Prime Day is now live in India, and it can be accessed from the Amazon India website and its smartphone apps. The two-day sale is exclusive to Prime members so those who haven’t subscribed yet can do so by following this link. Amazon offers Prime Video and Music subscription as well as Prime membership. It’s all clubbed together and costs Rs 129 per month, and Rs 999 per year.
Amazon has discounts and deals for popular categories like smartphones, laptops, TVs, ACs and more. The Prime Day sale also features affordable products such as phone accessories with discounts and offers. There are different phone accessories such as chargers, power banks, cases, cables and more. Phone accessories will be available at a starting price of Rs 69 during the Prime Day sale. If you’re planning to get one or more phone accessories, we’ve listed some of the top deals and offers.
Mi 10W wall charger
AdvertisementThe Mi 10W wall charger can be purchased at Rs 499 after a 17% discount. It’s a micro USB charging adapter and compatible with speakers and smartwatches as well. The Mi 10W wall charger is black in colour.
AMX XP35 3-port charger
The AMX XP35 phone charger offers three ports for multi-device charging with each port providing a charge up to 2.4 amps. The charger is compatible with different smartphone brands such as Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi and Nokia. The three ports in total push out 17 watts of power so you can charge three phones at the same time. The AMX XP35 is available with a discount of 45%.
Mi Power Bank 3i 20000mAh
The Mi Power Bank 3i 20000mAh can be purchased with a discount of 23%. It is equipped to charge a 3000mAh phone 2.1 times and a 4000mAh battery 1.4 times. The charging time can vary between 4.5 hours and 6 hours, and it supports up to 18W fast charging. You get a micro USB cable, user manual and the power bank in the box.
OnePlus 10000mAh Power Bank
If you want a 10000mAh power bank, then you can go for this one by OnePlus which is available with a 15% discount. It supports 18W fast charging and is equipped with dual USB ports and one Type-C port. The OnePlus power bank also comes with safety features including a low current mode. It also has a 3D curved design that should provide a better grip.
AmazonBasics USB A to Lightning cable
This AmazonBasics USB A to Lightning cable is wrapped with nylon braided cloth for protection and flexibility. It is compatible with iPhones, iPads and the iPod as well. The total length of the charging cable is 1.8 meters. It also comes in four colour options of dark grey, gold, rose gold, and silver. If the original Apple iPhone charging cable is crossing your budget then you can go for this one. It’s available with a 53% discount.
AdvertisementAmazonBasics USB Type-C to USB Type-C 2.0 cable
Another offer on charging cables offered by AmazonBasics is the USB Type-C to Type-C 2.0 cable. It is 0.9 meters long and white in colour. This charger is compatible with Type-C enabled devices like MacBook, Chromebook and it can be used to connect with smartphoneAmazon
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