6GB/128GB Samsung Galaxy S8+ gets another price cut in India

Himanshu, 25 August 2017

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ model that comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage was launched in India back in June this year, carrying an INR 75,000 ($1,170) price tag. The variant received its first price cut in around a month, bringing the tag down to INR 70,900 ($1,105).

And now, the South Korean company has slashed the variant's price once again. A quick look at the official listing reveals the device is currently going for INR 65,900, which translates to around $1,030.

As you can see in the screenshot above, the model includes free wireless charger. Plus, there are several other offers that buyers can avail.

With this latest price cut, the price difference between standard Galaxy S8 and 6GB/128GB Galaxy S8+ has been reduced to INR 8,000 (around $125).

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 27 Aug 2017
  • w4f

Just wait for Diwali Deals boyzzz. It will be around 45 to 55k.

Apart from that Samsung must cut its price even more, because it is still quite overpriced. And now even more, considering the launched Note 8. But referring just regarding the price gap, between the standard S8 and the + 6GB/128GB variant of just ar...

  • No One
  • 26 Aug 2017
  • u{J

Because crapple phones are worth 20% of what they are actually sold for.

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