Samsung has cut down the prices of its Samsung M21 and A50s smartphones in India.
Samsung M21 launched earlier this year in March was priced INR12,999 for its base variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, which hiked to INR 14,222 after the recent amendments in the GST act. But after the price slash by Samsung today, the M21 base variant will now cost INR 13,999, while the 6GB/128GB variant will cost INR 15,499.
Samsung A50s, on the other hand, launched in September last year was priced at INR 22,999 for its base variant with 4GB/64GB configuration and INR 24,999 for 6GB/128GB variant, which is now reduced to INR 18,599 for 4GB/64GB variant and INR 20,561 for its 6GB/128GB variant.
Both the smartphones are listed over the Samsung India official website with their new prices, but none of them are available to be purchase due to the on-going nation-wide lockdown in the country, which has restricted e-commerce to the selling of daily essentials only.
However, you'll be able to buy these smartphones in India starting May 4, which is likely the date when e-commerce companies will be able to resume their sale in the country, but then again, the service will be limited to only green and orange zones.