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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip receives a Rs 7,000 price cut in India

By Prakhar Khanna July 2, 2020, 9:00 am
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung’s latest foldable phone that was launched in India back in February. The handset was selling for Rs 1,15,999 (~$1,550) up till today. Within five months of launch, the company has now announced a Rs 7,000 (~93.5) price cut, which brings down the price of its foldable phone to Rs 1,08,999 (~1546.5).

Samsung has also announced a bunch of offers for customers that can be availed via the Samsung India site. Customers can avail no-cost EMI options up to 18 months through leading banks. Further, consumers can also avail an upgrade bonus of Rs 8,000 if they upgrade to Galaxy Z Flip from select smartphones. Notably, the offers are only valid on the Samsung India site.


Moreover, HSBC cardholders can enjoy a 5 percent discount on Amazon India site. The Galaxy Z Flip is available to purchase on Amazon India, Samsung India site, and other offline channels in Mirror Black, Mirror Gold, and Mirror Purple color options.

Via: Gadgets360


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