Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e get permanent price cut in India

Samsung launched the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e smartphones last year in India and unlike older Samsung smartphones, there wasn’t a steep price drop on these smartphones. Following the launch of its successor Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Galaxy S10 Series have received a price cut in India and this time, it is a permanent price cut.

Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB storage variant is now available at Rs. 47,900, against its launch price of Rs. 55,900, and this means a Rs. 8000 price cut. Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB storage variant is now available at Rs. 54,900, against its launch price of Rs. 71,000 and this means a Rs. 16,100 price cut. Similarly, Samsung Galaxy S10+ 128GB storage variant is now available at Rs. 61,900, against its launch price of Rs. 79,000 and this means a Rs. 17,100 price cut.

All the 3 smartphones are available at revised prices on Samsung India e-Store, Flipkart,, and other channels where it is selling, but some variants are out of stock.

Smartphone Launch Price New Price Price Cut
Samsung Galaxy S10e (128GB) Rs. 55,900 Rs. 47,900 Rs. 8000
Samsung Galaxy S10 (128GB) Rs. 71,000 Rs. 54,900 Rs. 16,100
Samsung Galaxy S10+ (128GB) Rs. 79,000 Rs. 61,900 Rs. 17,100

To recall, all the phones are powered by Samsung Exynos 9 Series 9820 SoCs and feature Dynamic AMOLED display. The S10 and S10+ are the first Samsung phones with an in-display Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner that reads the 3D contours of the user’s physical thumbprint for improved anti-spoofing.

The S10 and S10+ feature 12-megapixel Dual Pixel and Dual Aperture primary sensor, 16-megapixel Ultra Wide Lens with a 123-degree field of view and a 12-megapixel Telephoto lens, while the S10e lacks the telephoto lens. These have an improved 10-megapixel Dual Pixel front-facing camera, while the S10+ also comes with a secondary 8MP depth sensor. These have IP68 water and dust resistance.

The S10, S10+ and S10e pack 3,400mAh, 4,100mAh and 3100mAh batteries, respectively with support for wired fast charging and Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 as well as new Wireless PowerShare feature to charge Qi-compatible devices on the back of the phones.

Author: Manoj Nagendra

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