Samsung has quietly slashed prices of various Galaxy smartphones in India, namely the Galaxy Ace NXT
, Galaxy Star Advance
, Galaxy Grand Neo
, Galaxy S3 Neo
, and Galaxy Note 3 Neo
The Samsung Galaxy Ace NXT and Galaxy Star Advance are now officially available at Rs. 6,620 and Rs. 6,790 respectively on the company's online India e-store, compared to the launch price of Rs. 7,400 for both smartphones.
The Galaxy Grand Neo is now available at Rs. 13,668. The smartphone had received a price cut in April that brought down the price to Rs. 17,100 from its launch price of Rs. 18,450. The Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo is now retailing at Rs. 20,910, down roughly Rs. 5,290 from its launch price of Rs. 26,200.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is now available at Rs. 24,378, compared to its earlier price tag of Rs. 29,570. Notably, this is the second price cut for the smartphone in the space of three months, with the first in early August.
Few weeks back, Samsung had slashed the price of its flagship smartphone in India, the Galaxy S5, alongside the LTE-variant of the handset.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now officially available at Rs. 37,500 on the company's online India store, compared to the previous price tag of Rs. 43,250 - a price cut of Rs. 5,750. The Samsung Galaxy S5-LTE is now available at Rs. 40,300, down roughly Rs. 4,990 from its earlier price of Rs. 45,290.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 (Review | Pictures) went on sale in India via Samsung's India online store and physical retail stores at Rs. 51,500 in April. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S5-LTE variant went on sale at Rs. 53,448 in July.
Samsung earlier this month launched the Galaxy Note 4 in India priced at an MRP of Rs. 61,500, and a market operating price between Rs. 58,300 and Rs. 58,500.