It’s time to prepare for the French Days which are fast approaching at Fnac with a great promo on the Apple iPhone 11.
If you are used to buying your mobile phones in big brands like Fnac, you will not be disappointed by the offer that will fall on the site concerning the iPhone 11. This one will see its price go from 529 euros to 440.79 euros but for only a few days.
The most responsive will therefore be those who take advantage of the reduced price of the Apple iPhone 11. If you want to be part of it, go to the site on Friday morning. The dates for the French Days this year are from Friday, September 23 at 7 a.m. until Monday, September 26 at 11:59 p.m. You have nothing to lose if you want to take advantage of this exceptional saving of 90 euros at Fnac. You will have a recent phone that has received good reviews with 5 out of 5 stars from more than 80 customer reviews.
Discount not to be missed on Apple’s iPhone 11 at Fnac!
Don’t miss the Fnac French Days with an irresistible offer on the Apple iPhone 11, the price of which drops by 90 euros and goes to 440.79 euros on the site. Your smartphone optimally captures the world with its two 12 Mpx lenses, including an ultra-wide-angle capable of photographing extended scenes such as sunsets or panoramic landscapes. At night too, the artificial intelligence makes every effort to make the elements present in the scene more visible with a dedicated night mode and Deep Fusion. For your portraits, you can count on the bokeh effect that blurs the background, on the depth adjustment and on different effects that will add style to your photographs. The battery of your smartphone allows it to last up to 10 hours in game or 17 hours in video playback. It processes information in just a few seconds and learns from your use and habits thanks to its A13 Bionic chip and the Neural Engine. Its Liquid Retina screen gives you beautiful images with thousands of colors and high contrast.
The Apple iPhone 11 at a price of 440.79 euros instead of 529 euros at Fnac
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