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.