Coolpad Note 3 prices slashed to Rs. 8499

A few months after launching the Coolpad Note 3 in India, the company has announced a price cut to celebrate its success in the market.


Coolpad has announced a price cut of Rs. 500 for the Coolpad Note 3 in India. With the new price in effect, the Black colour variant which was launched at Rs. 8999, would now be available for Rs. 8499. The price cut comes as part of the company’s celebrations for being voted as the No.1 smartphone in the sub 10k category and the “Best mobile and accessory brand” in “Brands with Outstanding E-Retail Performance category” at the India Retail & E-retail Congress.

The Coolpad Note 3 was immensely popular in the Indian market owing to the fingerprint scanner at that price point. The device packs in a 5.5 inch HD display and is powered by a octa core MediaTek processor along with 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The phone also has a 13 MP rear facing camera and a front facing 5 MP camera. The handset is still available exclusively on

Speaking about the recent achievements, Syed Tajuddin, CEO, Coolpad India, said, “The recent turn of events have been remarkable for Coolpad, winning at the Indian Retail and e-Retail Congress is yet another milestone in Coolpad’s India journey, For over 6 months Coolpad has beaten stiff competition hands down to be repeatedly voted as the No.1 smartphone in the sub 10k category, We are committed in our endeavour to bring exclusive products to the Indian market and you can expect some innovative products from Coolpad soon, we will continue rolling out initiatives for Coolpad enthusiasts across the country by expanding our after sales service network and establishing some offline touch points for robust after sales support, The next few months Coolpad will be making an aggressive leap in both the range of exclusive products for the Indian Market and a strong customer support network,  The recent price roll back is a gift to our loyal customers and their peers that want to experience the Coolpad Note 3 device.