Samsung Galaxy S8+, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 (2017) Price in India Slashed

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Samsung Galaxy S8+, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 (2017) Price in India Slashed

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  • Galaxy S8+ received price cut of Rs. 6,000
  • Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2017) also received price cut
  • New prices available across retailers

Samsung India has quietly slashed price of its premium Galaxy S8+ smartphone in the country. The South Korean company has also reduced price of the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2017) mid-range smartphones in India.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is now available at a reduced price of Rs. 58,900 with a flat Rs. 6,000 price cut. The Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017) are now retailing at Rs. 17,990 and Rs. 20,990 respectively. Both the Samsung smartphones are available with roughly Rs. 4,900 price cut. Interested consumers can head to official Samsung online store as well as e-commerce websites such as Amazon and Flipkart - all of which have reduced prices for the smartphones. Samsung is also offering additional discounts through an exchange offer on its official website. The smartphones are available for exchange with Cashify. Users who purchase Galaxy S8+, Galaxy A5 (2017), and Galaxy A7 (2017) via the company's site can also avail one-time screen replacement for Rs. 990 under Samsung's Never Mind Offer.

Gadgets 360 has written to Samsung India to confirm whether the price cut is permanent or is valid only for a few days.

Last month, Samsung reduced Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ prices in India as part of Navratra Special Offer. Both the smartphones received price cuts of Rs. 4,000 - which brought them down to Rs. 53,990 and Rs. 60,990 respectively.

To recall, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ was launched back in May this year at Rs. 64,900. The Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017) were launched back in March this year at Rs. 28,990 and Rs. 33,490 respectively.

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