Samsung launched the Galaxy S21 series for the global market and in India recently. The company introduced the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra during the launch event with a starting price of Rs 69,999. Amid an extravagant launch, the company seems to have quietly discontinued the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. The global website of Samsung is showing the Galaxy S20 series as ‘out of stock’. Here’s what you need to know about the latest news about the Samsung Galaxy S20 series.
Samsung might have discontinued Galaxy S20 series
If you visit Samsung’s official website, it will show Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra as out of stock. Furthermore, the same thing is reflecting on the Samsung India website as well. Furthermore, it reported that the phones are also not available in the UK and China markets. The new development came as a disappointment for those who were looking to buy a Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone at a cheaper price cut.
Interestingly, the only model available for purchase from the Galaxy S20 series is the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. However, Samsung has not officially confirmed that it is discontinuing the series. Moreover, the smartphones are currently available for purchase from third-party sellers like Amazon and Flipkart.
Interestingly, the prices of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra were slashed in India recently. As per a report by 91mobiles, the company has slashed the prices of Galaxy S20 series by as much as over Rs 15,000 in the offline segment. The Samsung Galaxy S20 was launched at Rs 59,499 for 8GB RAM + 128GB option. After the price cut, the handset is available for purchase at Rs 49,999.
Moving on, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus model India price is Rs 56,999 after a massive price cut of Rs 15,991. The smartphone was launched in India for Rs 72,990. Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is now available at a price of Rs 76,999, reflecting a price cut of Rs 10,000. For your information, the handset was previously selling for Rs 86,999.