Samsung Galaxy S10-series in India; starting price to be ₹55,900

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A day after the launch of the launch of the Galaxy S10-series smartphones at the Unpacked event in San Francisco, Samsung has revealed the prices of its Galaxy S10-series smartphone in India.

The Galaxy S10 will be available in two variants–8GB RAM with 128GB onboard storage and 8GB with 512GB onboard storage. The 128GB variant of the Galaxy S10 is priced in India at ₹66,900, while the 256GB variant of the device is priced at ₹84,900.

The device will be available in three color options: prism black, prism white, and prism blue.

The Galaxy S10+, which is the larger device in the S10 family, comes in three variants. The 8GB RAM/128GB variant of the device will be priced at ₹73,900, the 8GB RAM/256GB variant fo the device will be priced at ₹91,900 while the ultra-premium ceramic back variant with 12GB RAM and 1TB of onboard storages will bear a price tag of ₹1,17,900.

The 1TB storage variant of the Galaxy S10+ will be available in ceramic white and ceramic black back panel options, while the base, 128GB variant, will be available in standard prism black, prism white and prism blue colors.

The Galaxy S10 e, which has been launched by Samsung as a direct competitor to the iPhone XR, will be available in a single 6GB/128GB variant and will bear a price tag of ₹55,900.

Samsung has also announced the price of the Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Watch Active. The Galaxy True Wireless Buds have been slated to be shipped with a price tag of ₹9,900.

All the variants of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 e will be available through offline retail and online stores in India from March 8.

Interested buyers can pre-book the devices until 5 March through Samsung India e-store, Flipkart, Amazon, Paytm, Tata Cliq and select retail outlets.

Customers pre-booking the devices will be granted with offers including a chance to win the Galaxy Watch for just ₹9,999 or the new Galaxy Buds for just ₹2,999.

Customers who pre-book the devices will also be eligible for an upgrade bonus up to Rs 15,000 and HDFC cashback offers worth up to Rs 6,000. EMI offers will also be up for grabs from various banks on the Galaxy S10 devices, with tenures ranging from 3 months up to 24 months.

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