Sam­sung Galaxy S8+ Gets a Major Price Drop in India


Samsung’s bigger flagship, Galaxy Note8 was launched on Wednesday, and today the company has slashed the prices of its Galaxy S8+ (6GB) devices which were launched earlier this year.


In June 2017, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ was made available for retail in India at a price of Rs 74,990. The device’s price was cut by Rs 4,000 last month, bringing it down to Rs 70,990.

And now according to a tweet by Mahesh Telecom, the prices for the Galaxy S8+ have plummetted even further as the device is now available at Rs 65,990 — a Rs 5,000 price slash.

The latest price slash brings down the price of the Samsung Galaxy S8+ by a total of Rs 9,000 within two months of its release into the Indian market.

Samsung is possibly doing this to justify the price of the newly launched Galaxy Note 8 and to ensure that the early releases to do not overshadow the sales of the newly launched device.

Samsung Galaxy S8+ Specifications

  • Display: The Galaxy S8+ gets a 6.2-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
  • Processor: The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is powered by a 64-bit octa-core Exynos 8895 SoC, which clocks at 2.35GHz.
  • Memory and Storage: The device comes with 4/6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which is expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card.
  • Camera: The Galaxy S8+ sports a 12MP sensor with dual pixel and smart OIS tech — same as the Galaxy S7 –, and an 8MP front camera.
  • Battery: S8+ gets a 3500mAh battery pack — charged via USB type C.

The device is water and dust resistant with an IP68 certification,  runs Android Nougat 7 out-of-the-box and will come in five colors: midnight black, orchid gray, coral blue, arctic silver and maple gold.

Samsung Galaxy Note8 was unveiled at an event in New York on Wednesday. The device, featuring a dual camera, and IP68 certified water and dust resistant design, will go on sale on September 15, 2017.

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