Realme’s 32-inch smart TV is getting great discounts on this e-commerce platform. From here you can buy Smart TV for just Rs.2,849.
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If you are planning to buy a smart TV but the budget is not supporting you, then now you have a better chance. Actually today we will tell you such an offer in which you will not have to take the tension of budget to buy smart TV. Here we will tell you that if you buy smart TV online, then you are getting a great discount on Realme’s 32-inch SmartTV on the e-commerce platform Filpkart. From here you can buy Smart TV for just Rs.2,849. You are also getting the benefit of many bank offers and exchange offers on this smart TV.
huge discount on smart tv
The original price of Realme’s Full HD LED Smart TV is Rs 23,999 but you can buy it on e-commerce platform Flipkart for Rs 16,499 after 31 percent discount. To give more benefits to the customers, an exchange offer of Rs 13,650 is also available on the purchase of the smartphone. In such a situation, if you take advantage of the exchange offer, then you are getting this smart TV for only Rs 2,849. Many bank offers are also available on TV, in which if you pay with SBI credit card, then you are getting a discount of 10 percent. Apart from this, you can also buy 32 inch smart TV on EMI option. Here you are getting the benefit of 5 percent cashback on payment from Axis Bank card. Not only this, if you buy a smart TV and take it home, then the company takes the responsibility even after that, that is, you are getting a warranty of 1 year on the purchase of this TV.
realme (32 inch) Full HD LED Smart Android TV (RMV2003)
Android operating system support is available in 32 inch smart TV. The TV comes with Full HD display which gives a screen resolution of 1080 x1920 pixels. Smart TV gets 24W sound output. Apart from this, Smart TV supports Netflix, Prime Video, Disney + Hotstar, and Youtube apps.
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