Samsung has slashed the prices of some of its newest Galaxy A smartphones in India by up to Rs 1,500. The phones include the Galaxy A30, Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10 that were launched in the country earlier this year. Samsung says the latest Galaxy A phones have been extremely successful in India, selling over 2 million units valued at USD 500 million in just 40 days. With the latest price cut, the Galaxy A phones are now more attractive than ever before.
The Galaxy A30 (Review) gets a flat discount of Rs 1,500, bringing the price to Rs 15,490 from Rs 16,990. The Galaxy A20, which was launched at Rs 12,490, will now be available for Rs 11,490 after a Rs 1,000 discount. Lastly, the Galaxy A10 budget smartphone can now be bought for Rs 7,990, down from Rs 8,490.
The new prices for the Galaxy A30, Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10 are now in effect and it looks like it will be permanent. You can purchase these Galaxy A smartphone via Amazon India, Samsung’s online shop and through offline retail stores in India. The price cut does not include the Galaxy A50 (Review) and Galaxy A70 (Review), which are currently available at Rs 19,990 and Rs 28,990, respectively.
The Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A10 were launched in India in late February touting attractive waterdrop display, gradient designs and One UI software. The Galaxy A20 came to India a few months later with an AMOLED display, 3D glasstic design and a large 4,000mAh battery.
Samsung has been quite serious about expanding its portfolio in India this year to take on competition like Xiaomi and Realme. The company has expressed its desire to launch a new phone in India every month and so far it has been right on the money. This month, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy A80 in India, which is the most premium offering in the new Galaxy A line as it bring a Snapdragon 730 chipset and a rotating camera system.