Galaxy A50 gets price cut in India, Galaxy M30 goes on open sale
With multiple new phones launching in the next couple of weeks in India, Samsung has started making some room for them. The company has just slashed the prices of the Galaxy A50 and made the Galaxy M30 available via open sales. Launched in February this year, the Galaxy M30 could be purchased via flash sales only until today. Samsung also rolled out the Android Pie update for the device earlier today.
Galaxy A50 gets even more affordable
Packed with several premium features, the Galaxy A50 is the most value-for-money Samsung mid-ranger yet. And it just got more affordable. Samsung has slashed its prices in India by ₹1,500 (~$22). The 4GB RAM variant is now available to buy at ₹18,490 (~$266), whereas the 6GB variant now costs ₹21,490 (~$310). The new prices are already live on Amazon India, Flipkart, and Samsung India’s official website, as well as offline retail stores.
The Galaxy M30, meanwhile, is the most premium Galaxy M smartphone so far, at least until the Galaxy M40 launches on June 11. It is one of the very few phones to come with a triple rear camera setup under ₹15,000 (~$215) in India. However, Samsung opting for a flash sale model for the Galaxy M series meant the M30 was so far available on a first come, first served basis only.
Customers who missed the first sale had to wait until it was restocked at a later date. That’s changed now, as the handset is available via open sales. The Galaxy M30 is now listed as in-stock on Amazon India, Flipkart and the Samsung online store. It costs ₹14,990 (~$215) for the 4GB+64GB variant, whereas the 6GB+128GB variant is priced at ₹17,990 (~$260).