Samsung launched the Galaxy Note10 Lite smartphone in India back in January starting at Rs. 38999, later in April the phone got a price hike to Rs. Rs. 41,000 after 6% GST hike for mobile phones in the county, later to Rs. 41,999. Today the company has announced a permanent price cut for the phone in the country. The 6GB RAM version is now available for Rs. 37999 and the 8GB RAM variant is available at Rs. 39999 after a Rs. 4000 price cut.
|Phone||Before price cut||After price cut||After Citi cashback|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite (6GB)||Rs. 41999||Rs. 37999||Rs. 32999|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite (8GB)||Rs. 43999||Rs. 39999||Rs. 34999|
It also offers a cashback of Rs. 5000 for Citibank debit or credit card users so the effective price of Galaxy Note10 Lite is Rs. 32999 (6GB) and Rs. 34999 (8GB), respectively. “In case you do not wish to avail Citibank cashback, you are entitled to INR 2000 instant cashback,” said the company.
It also offers no-cost EMI offer for up to 9 months, in addition to a 2-month YouTube premium subscription. These bank offers are valid till June 30, 2020. The new price is expected to reflect across offline retail stores, Amazon.in, Flipkart and Samsung.com online soon.
To remind you, the phone packs a 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O Display, in-display fingerprint scanner, 32-megapixel front camera inside the tiny punch-hole and a 4500mAh battery with support for 25w fast charging. It features the signature Bluetooth S Pen with Air Commands. Powered by Exynos 9810 SoC, it has a 3.5mm audio jack, 12MP main camera with OIS, 12MP ultra-wide and a 12MP Telephoto camera.