Samsung Handsets Get A Cost Cut In India
If you were thinking to purchase a Samsung handset below Rs 15,000, then here is some good news. As per Mahesh Telecom, a Mumbai-located retailer, 6 Samsung handsets have received a price cut. The firm has cut the cost of Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy S8, Galaxy J7 Nxt (32GB), Galaxy J7 Prime 2, Galaxy J2 (2017), and Galaxy J2 (2018).
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the flagship handset of the firm that was rolled out in 2017. Trading at a price tag of Rs 45,990, the handset is now being sold at Rs 37,990 and has got a cost cut of Rs 8,000. The new cost-cut conveys the Samsung Galaxy S8 in direct rivalry to the OnePlus 6. Both the handsets operate on Android Oreo and provide all high-end specs.
Samsung lately rolled out the Galaxy J7 Duo handset in the nation at Rs 16,990. Now the handset has received a cost cut of Rs 2,000 and is obtainable for a price tag of Rs 14,990. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo has the firm’s own Exynos 7 series chipset along with 32 GB internal memory and 4 GB of RAM. Consumers can additionally extend the storage to almost 256 GB by including a microSD card. The smartphone features a 5.5-inch HD screen and is powered by a battery worth 3000mAh.
Samsung rolled out the Galaxy J7 Prime 2 with a price tag of Rs 13,990 previously this year. Heir to the 2017’s Galaxy J7 Prime, the handset is selling at Rs 12,990 and has received a cost cut of Rs 1,000.
On a similar note, recently Samsung slashed its television costs by almost 20% for the initial time with the utmost cut in the entry-level devices with big screen sizes. This due to the possible fear of an attack from Chinese devices below Xiaomi’s name.