Samsung Slashes Price For Galaxy A10, A20 & A30 In India
The South Korean Company revealed further details regarding the reduction in price in a press note.
Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20, and Galaxy A30 have become more affordable in India. The South Korean Company revealed in a press note that it has reduced the prices of the three Galaxy A-series smartphones in the country.
The company has reduced the price for its Samsung Galaxy A10 to Rs 7,990 from the launch price of Rs 8,499 marking a Rs 500 cut and reduced the pricing of Samsung Galaxy A20 to Rs 11,490, a difference of Rs 1,000 from the launch price of Rs 12,499. Coming to the last one on the list, the Samsung Galaxy A30's price has been brought down to Rs 15,490 from the launch price of Rs, 16,990, a Rs 1,500 difference.
The new prices are now listed on the company's online shop, Amazon, brick-and-mortar stores in the country, except Filpkart which is likely to do so soon. Tata Cliq, Paytm Mall and Croma are also showing updated prices for the models.
Samsung Galaxy A10 and Galaxy A30 were launched in March in India, while Galaxy A20 had arrived in April, 2019.
Taking a look at the price reduction, it is speculated that Samsung took this step to ensure that its devices stay competitive in the mid-range and budget tier and because of the recent smartphone launches by Xiaomi and Realme in the country. The new prices of the Galaxy A-series have also come just a day after Samsung's Galaxy A70 went on sale in the country. Only Galaxy A50 has not seen any price change as it remains fixed at Rs 15,490.
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