To make room for the upcoming Galaxy S21 series, Samsung has dropped the prices of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra in India. The company had recently dropped the prices of its mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy A51 and the Galaxy A71, in the country.
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra now cost INR 49,999 (around $681), INR 56,999 (around $776), and INR 76,999 (around $1,049), respectively. These smartphones were launched in India in February 2020 with price tags of INR 66,999 (around $913), INR 73,999 (around $1,008), and INR 92,999 (around $1,267) for the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra, respectively. That’s a price drop of a whopping INR 17,000 for the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S20+, and INR 16,000 for the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Interestingly, these prices are only available via offline retailers and Samsung’s online store. Amazon.in and Flipkart are selling the Galaxy S20 for INR 54,999 (around $749). Although the company has reportedly mentioned to retailers that the price cut will be effective until the end of January 2021, we expect the price to stay the same or even drop further in the future.
|Current Price||Launch Price|
|Galaxy S20||INR 49,999||INR 66,999|
|Galaxy S20+||INR 56,999||INR 73,999|
|Galaxy S20 Ultra||INR 76,999||INR 92,999|
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