Here’s the pricing for Samsung Galaxy S10 Family in India
Samsung just announced some exciting phones at the Unpacked 2019 and the Galaxy S10 Family is already up for pre-order. In India, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+ will be available on Amazon, Flipkart, and Samsung India’s official site. All the phones are listed for pre-order on Amazon, Flipkart & Samsung India’s website along with the pricing.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e is the cheapest among the three and comes in only one variant in India (It launched in two storage options though). The phone will be available in 6GB + 128GB variant, and the price for the Indian market is Rs 55,900 ($785). The color options are Prism Black & Prism White.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be available in two storage options in India – 8GB + 128GB & 8GB + 512GB. The 128GB variant is priced at Rs 66,900 ($939) whereas the 512GB variant at Rs 84,900 ($1,192). The 128GB variant will be available in Prism Black, Prism White and Prism Blue. The 512GB variant will be available in only Prism White color option.
Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will be available in three storage options – 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 512GB & 12GB + 1TB. The 128GB variant is priced at Rs 73,900 ($1,038), the 512GB variant at Rs 91,900 ($1,290) & the 1TB variant at Rs 117,900 ($1655).
The 128GB variant of the S10+ will be available in Prism Black, Prism White and Prism Blue color options. The 512GB variant will be available in Ceramic Black whereas the 1TB variant in Porcelain White color option.
Now, compared to the pricing for the US market, the price for India is higher. The Galaxy S10e starts at $749 in the US whereas, in India, the price is $785. Similarly, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ start at $899 & $999 respectively in the US whereas the starting price in India is $939 & $1,038 respectively.
Still, the price difference is not that huge as compared to the price of iPhones in India and the US. You can get a regular Galaxy S10 in India with 8GB RAM & 128GB ROM for the same price as that of iPhone XR with 64GB storage.
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