The Korea headquartered brand, Samsung is one of the biggest players in the market. But in the recent tough times, the company has been reducing prices of its smartphones more often than not.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
Starting with the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, the smartphone was launched earlier this year at a price tag of Rs 36,900. It features 6-inch Full HD display with the resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The phone is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 635 and was equipped with 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory.
With such exciting specification, the smartphone was still not able to do well in the market. So a few months later in June, the company decided to the smash the price by Rs 5,000 with the new price of Rs 31,900 and again to Rs 29,990 by the price cut of Rs 2,000.
Samsung Galaxy A7(2017) and Galaxy A5(2017)
The similar case is with the Galaxy A series, the Samsung Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5, the smartphones were announced at a price tag of Rs 33,490 and Rs 28,990. But later when the devices were launched and hit the market, they were priced at Rs 30,990 for the Galaxy A7 and Rs 26,990 for Galaxy A5. Subsequently when the sales were still not improved the company decided to release the first price cut up to Rs 5,000 in August and were again smashed by Rs 5,000. Within two months, the price of the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 is been smashed twice, after the price cut, the devices are now retailing at Rs 20,990 and Rs 17,990 respectively.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J5 Prime
Moving to the J series, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max was launched in July this year at Rs 17,900. And now, the smartphone is priced at Rs 16,900 after Rs 1,000 price cut in November. Further, the May launched Galaxy J7 Prime handset got its price shaved by Rs 3,000 and is now selling at Rs 13,900. While the Galaxy J5 Prime was announced in May at Rs 14,900 and after the price cut of Rs 2,000, the device is now available for Rs 12,990.