India: Multiple Samsung and Sony Smartphones now Available to Buy at Reduced Prices
Multiple Samsung and Sony Smartphones now Available at Reduced Prices in India.IBTimes UK

If you are looking at purchasing a pure Samsung mid-range smartphone in India, then here's good news. Several of Samsung's mid-range smartphones are now available at considerably reduced price tags across the country.

You can buy the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo (bearing model number I9060) and the Galaxy Grand Neo 2 (model number G7102) at Rs 12,590 (£129) and Rs 16,990 (£174) respectively.

Samsung's eStore seems to have updated the Galaxy Grand Neo's price tag, as the smartphone is now available on the online store at Rs 12,500 (£120) and you get to purchase new stocks of the device as well.

Samsung's Galaxy Grand Neo 2 is available for Rs 16,900 (£170) via the Samsung India eStore.

High end smartphones follow suit

It is not only the mid-range Samsung smartphones that have received price cuts, even the South Korean technology giant's high-enders such as the recently released Galaxy S5, and the Galaxy S5 LTE variant now have reduced price tags.

Also, Sony's Xperia Z Ultra and M2 Dual mid-range devices have now become more affordable.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 can now be bought for Rs 35,000 thus marking a near Rs 3000 (£31) reduction from the device's earlier price of Rs 38,000 (£389).

The latest price drop is the second instance of reduction in prices of Samsung's Galaxy S5 in India. Earlier, the high-ender's price tag was reduced from Rs 43,250 (£443) to Rs 38,000 (£389).

Samsung has also announced the retail availability of its Gear S smartwatch-like Wearable in India, and you can buy the gadget from physical retail stores across the country, for Rs 28,000.

The company also recently launched the Galaxy Mega 2 mid-range smartphone in India. You can buy the device for Rs 20,900 (£212).

Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is a successor to the Galaxy mega 5.8 and Galaxy mega 6.3 smartphones, and the former looks tailor-made for first-time smartphone buyers and students looking at purchasing inexpensive smartphones without having to compromise on quality.