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Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy S7 Would be 10 percent Cheaper Than Galaxy S6

According to the tech sources, Samsung Galaxy S7’s highlight, apart from its features, would also be its pricing. China-based analyst Pan Jiutang said that Samsung will also play with pricing for its Galaxy S7 flagship. It will be Expected to be announced in a few months, Samsung is expected to price its flagship smartphone for the coming year about 10 percent lower than the launch price of its predecessor the Galaxy S6. According to a report from the Times of India, China-based analyst Pan Jiutang states that Samsung will also play with pricing for its Galaxy S7 flagship. Expected to be announced in a few months, Samsung is expected to price its flagship smartphone for the coming year about 10 percent lower than the launch price of its predecessor the Galaxy S6.

This alone could give Samsung a much needed boost and head-start as pricing from other international smartphone brands like HTC and Sony are pretty high. In fact, Samsung recently gave its Galaxy S6 series a price cut and this comes all thanks to the Chinese invasion (Motorola included) that seems to have lowered the pricing bar and offering what appears to be, value for money products. For now, Motorola seems to be the only other international smartphone brand that has taken up lower pricing with its flagship, the Moto X Style that priced to compete with the OnePlus 2In a price-sensitive market like India, a 10% lower price tag may help Samsung push sales of Galaxy S7 considering the new iPhone 6S (Rs 62,000) and iPhone 6S Plus (Rs 72,000) are out of the reach of most buyers.


However, the launch of Samsung Galaxy S7 is at least 2-3 month away, so the final pricing decision may change.

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