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Best Smartphone Deals Under 10K For Lazada’s 9.9 Sale (September 9)

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Lazada’s first sale for the Ber months is upon us! And like always we’ve been scouring the e-commerce platform to give you the best smartphone deals for the sale. As with anything Lazada sale-related, some deals are added as the actual sale goes live, and if we find even better deals during the sale we’ll be adding more items to the list below. But for now, check out what we found:

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 is a great all-around phone, thanks to its fairly powerful MediaTek Helio G85 processor, and its large 6.53-inch full HD+ display and quad-camera setup. It was already a pretty good buy when it was launched a few months ago at Php 9,990 for the 128GB version, but with the price reduction to Php 6,990 for the 4GB/128GB variant, you’d be crazy not to pick it up.

 

You can buy the Redmi Note 9 here.

Redmi Note 9s

While the price reduction on the Redmi Note 9s isn’t as big as on the Redmi Note 9, the sale price of this particular phone puts it under Php 10K at just Php 9,990. And despite that price just being for the 64GB variant, you’re still getting a lot for your cash, as the phone packs a fairly powerful Snapdragon 720G processor, a large 6.67-inch full HD+ IPS panel, quad-camera setup a large 5020mAh battery with wired charging capabilities.

 

You can buy the Redmi Note 9s here.

Redmi 9

Rounding off the budget Xiaomi offerings for this under Php 10K list (for now) is the Redmi 9. Probably the most recent of the Xiaomi phones included in this list, the Redmi 9 packs fairly good value thanks to its Helio G80 processor, big 6.53-inch display as well as quad-camera arrangement and huge battery. While it was a little on the pricey side for the 64GB configuration with its original price of Php 7,390, during the sale you can pick it up for only Php 5,990, which is a great deal.

 

You can buy the Redmi 9 here.

Realme 6i

Realme’s offerings typically don’t get as steep a price cut as other brands, but then again their prices are pretty low to begin with. And any price cut is a big help, especially for people looking to save a few hundred pesos. The Realme 6i is a fairly powerful budget phone with a great-looking back and big battery, and Realme’s reducing the price of this phone to just Php 7,590 during the sale.

 

You can buy the Realme 6i here.

Realme C15

If you’re looking for a better bargain than the Realme 6i, the Realme C15 might just be up your alley. This powerful budget smartphone already had a great price to begin with when it was launched, but thanks to the sale its price has dropped to just Php 5,990 from Php 6,490 for the 3GB/64GB Squad Edition of the phone.

 

You can buy the Realme C15 here.

Realme 5 Pro

While the Realme 5 Pro isn’t the newest kid on the block these days, it still offers decent value for what it is. That Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 processor still performs well and is a good all-round chipset, and the quad-camera setup make the phone a solid choice for budding mobile photographers.

The phone is priced at just Php 9,990 from its original Php 11,990 price tag for the 4GB/128GB variant.

 

You can buy the Realme 5 Pro here.

vivo Y15

vivo’s big-batteried smartphone, the Y15, is one of the phones that’s getting a price cut for the big day. The phone originally had a price tag of Php 9,999, and is now only Php 7,600 during the sale.

You can buy the Y15 here.

OPPO A5 2020

OPPO’s A5 2020 has a lot to offer if you’re looking for a phone that gives you plenty of bang for your buck. Pretty exterior, solid set of cameras as well as a big display and decent performance out of the Snapdragon 665 processor. The phone is only Php 8,330 in Lazada from Php 10,990 originally when it came out, which will further go down once OPPO gives the Php 400 voucher during the sale.

 

You can buy the phone here.

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John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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