Samsung has silently reduced prices of its several Galaxy range smartphones in India. Handsets that have got prices cuts are the Galaxy Star Advance, Galaxy Ace NXT, Galaxy S3 Neo, Galaxy Grand Neo, and Galaxy Note 3 Neo.
The company’s online India e-store officially offers Samsung Galaxy Ace NXT and Galaxy Star Advance at Rs. 6,620 and Rs. 6,790 respectively, as compared to the price of Rs. 7,400 at which they both were introduced.
Not only this, but the Galaxy Grand Neo which was launched at a price of Rs. 18,450 and slipped to Rs. 17,100 in April is also now can be bought for Rs. 13,668. The Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo has also slashed down to Rs. 20,910, from its introductory price of Rs. 26,200 after a price cut of Rs. 5,290.
Finally, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo has slashed to Rs. 24,378, from the previous price tag of Rs. 29,570. Notably, Note 3 Neo was launched in August only and since then it was the second time when its price rolled down.
If we remind, recently Samsung had cut the price of its flagship smartphone Galaxy S5 in India, which is now officially available at the Samsung India online store at Rs. 37,500. While earlier the Samsung Galaxy S5 was priced at Rs. 43,250.
The Korean mobile phone manufacturer Samsung has recently launched its latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 4 in India at a price of Rs. 61,500. While the smartphone is actually available at the company’s online store at Rs. 58,300.