Samsung (Samsung) is about to launch its new smartphone series Galaxy S21. The South Korean company has reduced the prices of its previous flagship series S20. At these new prices, phones are now available only at offline retail stores, but may soon go live at online stores. Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series is about to be launched and perhaps this is why the remaining stock of the Galaxy S20 series is being phased out. According to the report of 91 Mobiles, the price of Samsung Galaxy S20, Plus and Ultra has been reduced by 15,000.
This is the price of different phones
The Samsung Galaxy S20 is priced at Rs 49,999 in India. The initial price of this phone with 8GB + 128GB configuration was Rs 59,499. With this, the price of Samsung Galaxy S Plus has been reduced from Rs 72,990 to Rs 56,999. With this, the last phone of the series, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, is now priced at Rs 76,999, which was earlier Rs 86,999. This phone has become cheaper by Rs 10,000. These prices are currently applied only to offline stores.
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Prices may remain applicable on 31 January
It is estimated that the reduced price of Samsung Galaxy S20 series in India will be applicable only till 31 January. According to the report, after the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, the phones will be available on the online store at these reduced prices as well. Phones at these reduced prices are not available on e-commerce websites, Amazon.in and Flipkart, while the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is priced at Rs 54,999 on Samsung’s official website.
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