If you want to own a new Apple Watch, you should go to Amazon now. As part of the Amazon Prime Day sale, you can get a huge discount on the Apple Watch SEO. The base version of Watch SE, excluding LTE, is currently selling at Rs 24,900 without any star or weird T&CS. However, the discount ends at 11:30 tonight, which gives you very little time to purchase.
Also, keep in mind that the offer is limited to Amazon Prime members only. Therefore, you will need an initial subscription to enjoy it. In addition, the discounted price of Rs 24,900 only applies to the 40mm version of the Apple Watch SE with pink, white and black sports bands.
In the same combo, the 44mm portion of the Watch SE is selling for Rs 27,900. The offer does not apply to the Sport Loop Band version.
Apple Watch SE will get a discount for a limited time
For those interested in getting LTE-enabled versions, you can get the 40mm version with Sport Band for Rs 33,900. The 44mm version of it will set you back Rs 35,400. For LTE versions you need to have Airtel or Geo network, as it requires ESIM connection.
In terms of health and fitness tracking, at this price it is no better than the Apple Watch AC. The basic requirement for pairing is the iPhone and that’s it. The GPS-cable version relies heavily on your iPhone to show all notifications, but the LTE version lets you make calls and even stream music from Apple Music while your phone is away.
The Watch SE has got the modern design of the Apple Watch Series 6 but omits premium features like an always-on display, blood oxygen saturation monitoring and ECG tracking features. In Series 6 you get the old S5 chip instead of the new S6 chip.
However, Apple is expected to release new versions of the watch models in September and so, Apple should wait for the price to drop further. The Watch Series 3 seems out of stock as Apple could replace it with the new Watch SE as a point of entry into the Apple Watch lineup.
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