Apple launched the new iPhone SE last month to the tune of ₹42,500, making it the one of the most affordable iPhone launched till date. However, a new iPhone SE 2020 HDFC offer is set to bring that price down even more to ₹38,900. So, if you’ve had your eye on this beauty, the time for loosening those purse strings is coming soon.
iPhone SE 2020 HDFC Offer and Availability
According to a statement issued by Redington, the iPhone SE 2020 will apparently be available in 3500+ retail locations across India. It has already been listed on Flipkart, but Apple is yet to announce its release date in India.
Apple’s iPhone SE was launched in April at a price of ₹42,500 for the 64GB model. The HDFC offer on the iPhone SE will effectively bring that price down to ₹38,900, inclusive of a cashback offer of ₹3,600 on HDFC Debit and Credit Cards.
The iPhone SE 2020 comes in two other variants: a 128GB model (₹47,800) and a 256GB model (₹58,300). Now, with the HDFC offer on the iPhone, the 128GB model will retail for ₹44,200 and the 256GB for ₹54,700. The cashback offer will be available for both EMI and non-EMI purchases.
iPhone SE 2020 Specs
Apple’s new iPhone SE has an IP67 dust and water resistance rated glass and an aluminium build. It comes with a 4.7-inch retina display that supports True Tone and Haptic Touch with a peak brightness of 625 nits. The panel also supports Dolby Vision and HDR 10. One of the best things about the iPhone SE 2020 is that it’s powered by Apple’s most powerful (yet) A13 Bionic chip.
The iPhone SE 2020 has a single 12 MP camera at the back which is capable of taking 4K 60fps videos, clicking portrait photos, has Smart HDR, and features OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). It doesn’t have Face ID and instead sports the second-generation Touch ID. It also supports 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 ax, WiFi Calling, Bluetooth 5, and has a lightning port.
The prospect of having to wait for a couple of weeks (or even months?) for the iPhone SE to drop in India can be disheartening. But, in all honesty, I feel like this one will be worth the wait! What do you think?