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Technology. mobile. Offline prices of Galaxy M31s, Galaxy M11 & Galaxy M01 dropped in India

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Last week, Samsung India dropped the price of Galaxy M01 Core and Galaxy M01s. A week before that, price cut for Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 was announced. Now, the South Korean tech giant has slashed the prices of Galaxy M31s, Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M01 for offline retailers and Samsung online store.

Almost all the Samsung smartphones in India are sold at a lower price on Amazon and Flipkart compared to offline stores as well as Samsung’s own online store. That was the case with Galaxy M31s, Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M01. But not anymore as the prices of these handsets now match on every platform.
Talking about the Galaxy M31s first, the 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB variants of this handset were selling for ₹20,499 and ₹22,499 respectively. With the new ₹1,000 price cut, they can be bought for ₹19,499 and ₹21,499 from everywhere.
Similarly, the 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB versions of Galaxy M11 were retailing for ₹10,999 and ₹10,499. Now, as their prices are dopped by ₹500 and ₹1,000, they can be purchased for ₹10,499 and ₹11,999 respectively.
Last but not least, the Galaxy M01 (3GB + 32GB) is now being sold for ₹7,999 after ₹400 price drop from its previous ₹8,399 price tag.

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