Amazon said that it sold more iPhones on the opening day of the Great Indian Festival than last year's full sale, which was only for Prime Members. The iPhone 11 is available for Rs 47999 after a huge discount on Amazon. Overall, the company said that as of October 21, the Great Indian Festival has recorded its biggest opening this year. The highest number of smartphones, large appliances, and electronics are bikes with a record number of Apple, Samsung, OnePlus, and Xiaomi products being sold. Despite the initial poor conditions for e-commerce due to COVID-19, online sales have broken records.
The top-selling electronics are smartphones, laptops, headphones, tablets, cameras, and smartwatches as well as security cameras and drones, etc. Asus, Lenovo, and HP have been the top-selling brands in laptops; Samsung and Apple in tablets; And networking products include TP-Link and Netgear.
iPhone 11, 49,999, Redmi Note Series, Redmi 9A, OnePlus 8T, 42,999, and Nord, and Samsung M31 have been the best selling phones. OnePlus 43-inch and 32-inch, along with Samsung 32-inch, have been the most popular TVs.
Amazon said that it sold 2.5 times more Kindle devices than the first day of sale last year. Along with its Fire TV Stick and Echo (third generation) are among the top 10 products sold on the website during the sale. Streaming devices as a whole saw double the sales on the first day of last year in the category. The Great Indian Festival also launched 1,100 new products.
Amazon claimed that 85 percent more people opted for Prime Membership to gain early access to sales this year than last year. Available in five languages - Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada - in addition to English, the Great Indian Festival has recorded sales of 98.4 percent of the pin code in the first 48 hours.