Huawei sub-brand Honor cuts smartphones’ prices as part of Ramadan offer

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During the holy month of Ramadan, many smartphone companies have reduced the prices of some of their top-selling smartphones. From Huawei to Oppo to Xiaomi to Vivo all have been offering discounts on various mid-range and budget-friendly smartphones. As of now, Honor — the sub-brand of world’s 2nd largest phone maker Huawei, has also reduced prices of some of its smartphones and the company is also offering amazing gifts to early buyers, as noted in a Facebook post.

Honor is offering up to 12% discount on some of its recent phones. The new price of Honor’s dual camera midrange phone Honor 8X is Rs. 39,999. The Honor 8C will sell for Rs. 27,799 whereas the updated price of Honor’s latest budget offering with water-drop notch Honor 8S is Rs. 18,999.

Meanwhile, Honor 10 Lite, the company’s mid-range smartphone, which has an excellent processing front that provides a high-end performance, is now going to sell at Rs. 34,999. The Honor 7C will now cost you Rs. 24,999 whereas the budget-friendly Honor 7S is worth Rs. 16,999.

Alongside the reduction in prices, Honor is also offering exclusive gift boxes, selfie sticks, ring hooks, and USB cables for those buying a new Honor phone this Ramadan. To avail this offer, visit your nearest smartphone market or from online stores.

Ramadan discount offer is valid till 6th of June whereas gift boxes will be given till the stock lasts. You can find a list of authorized Honor stores from here.


Written by Sajeel Syed
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