Samsung introduced the Galaxy M11 and Galaxy M21 in the first half of 2020 in India. Since their launch, the former has received two price cuts so far, however, the latter’s price was dropped only once. Now, these devices have received another price cut in the country.
The previous price drops of Galaxy M11 and Galaxy M21 were limited to the offline channels. That’s the case with this new price cut as well. With the latest one, the offline price tags of these models finally match those of online.
Interested customers can now purchase the Galaxy M11 base variant with a 3GB + 32GB storage configuration for ₹9,999, whereas the higher 4GB + 64GB variant will cost them ₹10,999. In other words, this smartphone has received a flat ₹1,000 price cut in India.
On the other hand, the Galaxy M21 now costs ₹12,999 for the lower 4GB + 64GB version and ₹14,999 for the higher 6GB + 128GB variant. It has also got
Also, as mentioned earlier, the prices of these Samsung phones are now the same across both offline and online retailers. Hence, if you don’t find any of these devices in stock online, you can just grab it from your nearby retail store for the exact same price.
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