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Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Goes Official In India
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Goes Official In India

The South Korean electronics giant Samsung unveiled its latest and greatest flagship smartphones in last month, and that is the Galaxy S10 series which includes four smartphones; Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G. And now the company has launched the three of the Galaxy S10 series smartphones in the Indian market, the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e. Samsung didn’t launch the Galaxy S10 5G variant and that is a sensible move because India does not have the 5G networks.

Here are the Galaxy S10 series variants in India:

Let’s start with Samsung Galaxy S10e, the smartphone will be available in 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage variant and the device is priced at ₹55,900. The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be available in two variants – 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage for ₹66,900, and the 8 GB RAM + 512 GB storage that is priced at ₹84,900.

Moving to the high-end variant, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will available in three variants; 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage which is priced at ₹73,900, it also has 8 GB RAM + 512 GB storage variant and that is priced at ₹91,900, the smartphone will also available in 12 GB RAM + 1 Terabyte storage variant and it will cost ₹1,17,900.

The new Galaxy S10 series can purchase from Flipkart, Amazon, Samsung India Online Store, as well as the device, will also available in the retail stores from March 8.

Offers with Galaxy S10 series:

  • Get Galaxy Buds at ₹4,999.
  • HDFC Cashback offers up to ₹6,000.
  • Upgrade offer of up to ₹15,000 on Galaxy S10.
  • Airtel cashback of up to ₹3,600.
  • Double data benefit for Jio users on annual recharge of ₹4,999.
  • Vodafone users get one-year Netflix subscription on Red Postpaid plans to start ₹499.

You can read the complete specification details of the Galaxy S10 series by heading over to our dedicated page. And don’t forget to share your thoughts about the devices and its pricing in the comments section below!

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