Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and Galaxy buds arrive India

Samsung Galaxy S10

First launched in California on February 20th, the Galaxy S10 trio has just been announced for the India market. Samsung Inda is offering the full Galaxy S10 package comprising of the S10, S10+, Galaxy S10e and of course the Galaxy buds.

Interested buyers will be able to buy these devices in the country via Samsung’s own website, select offline stores, Amazon India, Paytm Mall, Tata Cliq and of course Flipkart India beginning from March 8, while deliveries will begin today for those who have already pre-ordered the device since it was made available for pre-order in the country. Pre-orders will, however, continue till March 7.

Below are the prices of the S10 trio in India;

Samsung Galaxy S10+   

8GB / 128GB       INR 73,900 (~€915) Prism Black, Prism Blue, and Prism White

8GB / 512GB       INR 91,900 (~€1,138) Ceramic Black and Ceramic White.

12GB / 1TB          INR 117,900 (~€1,460) Ceramic Black and Ceramic White.

Samsung Galaxy S10      

8GB / 128GB       INR 66,900 (~€830) Prism Black, Prism Blue, and Prism White.

8GB / 512GB       INR 84,900 (~€1,050) Prism white only

Samsung Galaxy S10e   

6GB / 128GB       INR 55,900 (~€690) Prism Black and Prism White color options.

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Airtel Online Store is also affording you the opportunity to own any of the Galaxy S10 trio with a down payment starting Rs. 7,499 and an EMI of Rs. 2,599.

As for launch offers, Samsung is offering early adopters the chance to either get a Galaxy Watch at Rs. 9,999 (original price is Rs. 29,990) alongside the S10, or the new Galaxy Buds for Rs. 2,999(down from Rs. 9,990), as well as the chance to get an upgrade bonus up to Rs. 15,000 and HDFC cashback up to Rs. 6,000. There is also the EMI offers, with tenures ranging from 3 months up to 24 months.

For the freshers interested in the Galaxy buds, you can still get the accessory at Rs. 4,999 until March 31, while HDFC card users will get INR 4999 as cashback on buying the S10 devices. If you choose to trade in your old phone, you can get up to INR 15,000 on the new phone.

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