When Samsung announced the Galaxy S20 series at Unpacked 2020, the company also dropped the prices of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ in the US. Now, Samsung is bringing those price cuts to other markets. All three Galaxy S10 flagships have received what looks like a permanent reduction in price, at least on Samsung India’s official store.
The Galaxy S10e is now priced at Rs 47,900, while the Galaxy S10 costs Rs 54,900. The latter was launched at Rs 66,900 a year back, making this a rather substantial drop in price. The Galaxy S10+ is receiving the same price cut as the Galaxy S10 – it now starts at Rs 61,900 for the 128GB model, down from its launch price of Rs 73,900. The 512GB and 1TB variants with a ceramic back are down to Rs 69,900 and Rs 88,900 respectively.
The Galaxy S10 price cut in India has brought the lineup considerably closer to the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite, though sales of the two Lite phones shouldn’t be affected much as the gap is still big enough for a price sensitive market like India. There’s no word on how much the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra will cost in the country and when they will go on sale, though we can expect prices to easily cross the Rs 1,00,000 barrier.