With new phones from Samsung to heat up the market soon, the company is putting out a lot of offers for their other phones. Of course, with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S10 series and Samsung Galaxy M10 coming soon along with its other M-series counterparts, it is only natural. And with this Samsung’s January Big Saving Offer, they’re offering discounts on five of their products – budget and mid-range phones. And most of them are the ones that already received discounts this New Years.
Also Read: Samsung Mobiles’ Latest Price in Nepal
Samsung Galaxy A7 2018
First up, it’s the Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 – known for its triple camera setup. The triple camera setup led to a lot of high expectations and not-so-high delivery. And at the time of release, with a price of Rs.43000, it would have been a reluctant purchase.
Samsung’s New Years offer saw the price drop to Rs.41000, and for a phone with a good 6″ Full HD+ AMOLED display with an Exynos 7885 and 4 GB RAM was a good enough deal. But now, with a whopping cash back offer of Rs.7000, the price drops to Rs.33,990! And for that, it is a steal!
Samsung Galaxy J8
Next up, it’s the Galaxy J8. The phone, known for its fancy dual cameras was available for Rs.30000 after the New Year’s discount. And now, this good camera phone is available for just Rs.27390! Besides the good cameras, it has a 6.0″ AMOLED display going for it but a very subtle Snapdragon 450 inside.
Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus
Then, we also get discounts on the Galaxy J6 Plus, which also has dual cameras at the back. It also packs a 6.0″ AMOLED display, but with HD+ resolution. It is powered by a Snapdragon 425 chipset. In this offer, however, only the 4 / 64 GB variant gets a price drop of 2000, making the current price Rs. 23,290.
Samsung Galaxy J4 and J4 Plus
Both the phones are powered by Snapdragon 425 chips and pack 13 MP camera at the back. The J4 Plus only has a bigger screen and a slightly bigger battery over its non-plus version. The J4 Plus, is now, available for Rs.15,990 and the Galaxy J4 is available for Rs.14,490.
So, are these further price drops compelling enough for you to get them? Or will you wait for the M-series to make a debut in Nepal? Do let us know.