A few months after the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung has decided to drop the prices of its previous-generation Galaxy Note devices. The company has dropped the price of the Galaxy Note 10 in India in the offline market by a huge margin.
The Galaxy Note 10 was launched in India with a price tag of INR 69,999 (around $947). According to a new report, the Galaxy Note 10’s price has been dropped by a whopping INR 27,695 (around $375) for brick and mortar stores. The smartphone is now available for just INR 45,000 (around $610) to retailers, and the price drop is applicable to all color variants of the device.
The price drop has not been brought into motion in the online channel yet. The Galaxy Note 10 is still being sold by Amazon.in and Samsung’s online store with a price tag of INR 73,600 for the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage version. Hopefully, online sellers will reduce the smartphone’s price before the Indian festive season ends later this month.
Interestingly, the Galaxy Note 10+, which was launched in India for INR 79,990 (around $1,082), is being sold with a price tag of just INR 59,990 (around $811). That’s cheaper than the regular Galaxy Note 10 even without considering bank discounts and the 20K Advantage Program when you shop using the Samsung Shop smartphone app.