Samung Galaxy M21 has received a price cut from the company. Mobile prices now start from Rs. 13,199 in this country. The phone is reported to have received a price increase due to a tax increase on cellphones from 12 percent to 18 percent. This phone was launched in India in March with a 6,000 mAh battery and a three rear camera. The price cut has arrived when the government allows e-commerce companies to continue operations in the specified Orange and Green zones.
The price of the Samsung Galaxy M21 in India is cut
That Galaxy M21 launched by Samsung in India in Rs. 13,499 for the 4GB + 64GB variant (RAM + ROM). The 6GB + 128GB variant was launched in Rs. 15,499. Then accept price increases caused by Upgrade in GST rates on mobile phones. As a result, prices rose to Rs. 14,222 and Rs. 16,499 each. After the latest price reduction, You can use a simpler variant of both for Rs. 13,199 and others for Rs. 15,499.
As mentioned above, people who are interested in buying Galaxy M21 online will only be able to do so if they are in an area that has been designated as an Orange and Green zone by the central government. Those who live in the Red zone must wait for further orders. Physical stores are also closed in urban areas because only independent shops and shops in residential colonies are allowed to open.
Coronavirus regarding smartphone shipments
According to recently report by Counterpoint Research, smartphone shipments in India grew by 4 percent due to virusonaona in Q1 2020. An overall 10 percent reduction for the full calendar year was estimated in the report. The recent price cut for the Galaxy M21 could be one of Samsung’s strategies to offset the impact of coronavirus on mobile phone sales.