August 19, 2022

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iPhone 13 Pro Max at 2099.01 BRL

iPhone 13 Pro Max at 2099.01 BRL


Prime Day 2022 is famous all over the world for offering many offers in the most different categories on the Amazon website and app. This year, the electronics group is offering special offers on mobile devices from all brands, including Apple.

The highlight of this last day is the existing iPhone 13 Pro Max 18% off according to amazon (offer link) until the end of this article. the customer Save 2,099.01 BRL when buying the promotion. The smartphone is priced at R$9,399.99

Apple’s darling is already unlocked and has 4 colors available to users. As for memory capacity, 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB versions are available.

When it comes to technical issues, the Apple smartphone has a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display. It comes with a Pro camera system with the new 12MP Telephoto lens, Ultra Wide and Wide lens with HDR with a 6x optical zoom range.

The front camera has a 12MP TrueDepth with night mode and 4K HDR Dolby Vision video recording. In addition to being 5G compatible, the device has an A15 Bionic chip and a five-core GPU. It is also compatible with MagSafe accessories and Qi wireless chargers.

For more information about the product or to purchase a mobile phone in the offer, click here.

Subscribe to Amazon Prime Services

Also take the opportunity to become an Amazon Prime subscriber! The service is available for $14.90 per month (or $119 per year) and offers free unlimited shipping when you purchase eligible products on Amazon. Also get access to exclusive promotions, like Prime Day, for example.

In addition, the same subscription includes streaming services for movies and series “Prime Vídeo”, the music service “Prime Music”, as well as “Prime Reading” that gives access to more than a thousand e-books and online magazines. kindle.

You can try Amazon Prime for free for 30 days. To subscribe, just access the link: https://amzn.to/3NV0jYS

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