The Poco F1 is available at a huge discount of up to Rs 5,000 starting December 6

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There is just only when handset that is making rounds in the market and in the heart of users, it’s POCO F1 by Xiaomi. The insanely cost-effective Snapdragon 845 processor-enabled smartphone. And things are about to get more exciting as the POCO F1 will be available for massive discounts coming this Thursday, i.e. December 6.

Also read: Poco F1 by Xiaomi review: don’t think it, just buy it

POCO on its Twitter handle has announced that its F1 would be available for a kick-ass discount sale starting December 6 on and Flipkart. The sale period is for three days, December 6, 7, and 8. These days coincides with Flipkart’s Big Shopping Days sale. 

POCO F1: Making it more affordable

Sporting a powerful processor, which is the highlight of the device, it comes in three configurations. Where two models offer 6GB of RAM and the third variant come with an 8GB of RAM. As per the Flipkart’s listing on the sale page, the 6GB+64GB model will start at a discounted price of Rs 19,999. Talking about the other two variants, the 6GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB will be available at RS 21,999 and Rs 25,999, respectively. How does further Rs 3,000 discounts on each variant fairs is unknown for now. We will know once the sale goes live.

For those who have been living under the rock up until now, if you’re now aware of the POCO F1 specifications, let’s give you a brief what it packs. It packs a 6.18-inch FHD+ display with a notch design. There is a dual rear camera setup on the back, which packs a 12MP + 5MP resolution lenses. On the front, you get a 20MP resolution camera. The battery capacity is at 4000mAh and it supports Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging technology.

Would you be grabbing this offer on the Xiaomi POCO F1 in India or not? Let us know in the comments section below.

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