Samsung Cuts Priced Of Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note, S Duos and Ace Duos Officially In January 2013

On the day of new year’s eve, Samsung Mobiles cut down the prices of few of their galaxy models in India, looks like they wanted Indians to cheer the arrival of 2013 with their new Galaxy smart phones. The Korean smart phone maker has dropped the prices of Samsung Galaxy SIII, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S Duos and the Galaxy Ace Duos.


Samsung’s flagship smart phone of the year 2012 which I assume don’t require any introduction, the Samsung Galaxy SIII launched in May 2012 for ₹43,180 got a sharp price cut of ₹8280 after the launch of iPhone 5 coming down to ₹34,900. It’s price has now gone down to ₹31,990 for the 8GB model.

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000

Similarly, the first phablet Samsung Galaxy Note, which was retailing for ₹29,990 from September 2012 onwards, is now available for ₹27,500.


Samsung had launched the Galaxy S Duos in September 2012 for ₹17,900 also got a price revision to ₹14,900. Samsung Galaxy S Duos is a dual SIM android featuring 4-inch capacitive display, 1 Hz processor and 512 MB RAM with 5 megapixel primary and VGA front-facing camera. It runs on Ice Cream Sandwich that is Android 4.0.


After all the high end, Samsung also reduced the price of the Galaxy Ace Duos another dual SIM android from ₹15,090 to ₹10,900. It was launched in India in June 2012 for ₹15,090 till then this is its first price cut. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos is a dual SIM android running Gingerbread and featuring 3.5inch TFT capacitive touch screen display with 320×480 pixel resolution, powered by a 832 MHz processor and 512 MB RAM. It has an internal memory of 3GB with external microSD card support up to 32GB. It also features a 5 megapixel camera.

The prices on the e-commerce websites and dealers are even lower with some discounts and offers running with Samsung products. So what are you going to buy this new year?

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