Earlier this month, Samsung dropped the prices of Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s in India after the Diwali festive season. Following it, the other Galaxy A series phones such as Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A20s, and Galaxy A70s which were launched during the same period have now received price cuts as well for the offline market. The new prices for the offline channel are now similar to that of their online listings.
The Galaxy A70s powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 with 6.7-inch FHD+ Infinity-U AMOLED display debuted at ₹31,000 and ₹33,000 for the base 6GB + 128GB and the higher 8GB + 128GB storage variants. But now, they can be purchased for ₹29,999 and ₹30,999 respectively after the price cut of ₹2,000. The Galaxy A20s with 6.4-inch IPS LCD panel and Snapdragon 450 has also received the same amount of price cut. And thus, the base 3GB + 32GB now costs ₹11,999, whereas the higher 4GB + 64GB retails for ₹13,999. It was launched at ₹13,999 and ₹15,999 for the above-mentioned storage options.
The cheaper Galaxy A10s which was launched at ₹10,000(2GB + 32GB) and ₹11,000(3GB + 32GB) has also received a price cut of ₹1,000. Therefore, it can be now bought for either ₹8,999 or ₹9,999 based on the storage variant. The Samsung Galaxy A50s is available for Rs 19,999, which is for the 4GB RAM + 128GB storage configuration.
These price cuts are only applicable for offline markets since all of them debuted at these same prices online.