Flash Sale Registrations In India Are Now Open For Xiaomi Redmi 1S, Redmi Note 4G And Lenovo A6000


Flash Sales are becoming more and more popular in India. I'm not really sure who started that trend, but Xiaomi has been using it for a while now and that was an integral part of their success. Anyhow, we reported the other day that the registrations are open for the flash sale of Yu Yureka smartphone, its second flash sale that is. Well, Yu's Yureka handset was just the beginning, we have several other registrations opened now for various devices, read on.

Registrations in India are now open for Xiaomi's 1S and Redmi Note 4G devices, Lenovo A6000 handset and of course the aforementioned Yureka phone. Xiaomi's flash sale will take place on Tuesday, January 20 at Flipkart. The Redmi 1S and Redmi Note 4G handsets will be offered at the sale, if you're interested, you can register if you follow this link until January 19. The Redmi 1S will be available at 6PM (local time) on January 20 for Rs. 5,999, while the Redmi Note 4G's flash sale will take place at 2PM on that same date and will set you back Rs. 9,999 should you choose to buy it.


Lenovo's A6000 smartphone will be available at 2PM on January 28 for Rs. 6,999. You can register for this flash sale until January 27 via this link, do it fast if you're interested though, Lenovo did not disclose how many units will it offer though this flash sale, we'll find that out soon. We've already told you that Yu Yureka flash sales are open and when the device will be available, but as a reminder, the phone will go on sale at 2PM on January 22 and will cost Rs. 8,999. If you'd like to participate, you can register on Amazon.in if you follow this link, keep in mind that you have to register until January 21.

There you have it, if you're interested in purchasing either of these four handsets, make sure you register as soon as possible and try to get a copy. While we're on the subject, are you interested in purchasing any of these smartphones, or do you already own one of them?

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