Samsung is unarguably the biggest player in Android. They recently came out with the Galaxy S9 and S9+ replacing their 2017 flagships, the S8 and S8+. The smartphones come with a unique variable aperture camera setup and incremental upgrades in all the other departments from the processor to the RAM to the overall software experience.
Samsung India today unveiled the pricing of the smartphones and without further ado, here it is-
The pricing is in line with other Samsung smartphones in the country. Do note that the Note 8, at an MRP of Rs 67,900, is still pricier than the 64GB variant of the S9+. Considering the fact that these phones are one of the rare breeds coming with expandable storage, it wouldn’t be a very wise decision going with the 256GB variant, unless you really, really want a lot of storage.
So what are your thoughts on the pricing? Do you think Samsung nailed it or does this pricing seem a bit absurd in a world of decent mid tier smartphones like the OnePlus 5T? Let us know in the comments section below!
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