After launching the Galaxy F22 and the Galaxy M32 in India, Samsung has elevated the costs of a few of its entry-level smartphones: Galaxy A12, Galaxy F02s, and Galaxy M02s. Though the corporate has not issued any assertion concerning the rise in costs, it’s being reported that this worth hike could possibly be associated to the worldwide chip scarcity.
The Galaxy A12 was launched in India with worth tags of INR 12,999 (4GB+64GB) and INR 13,999 (4GB+128GB). The corporate has now elevated the worth of each variants by INR 500, which signifies that 64GB and 128GB variants of the Galaxy A12 are presently priced at INR 13,499 and INR 14,499, respectively.
The Galaxy F02s was launched in India with a beginning worth of INR 8,999 for the variant with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. Its 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant was priced at INR 9,999. Now, the costs of these variants have been elevated by INR 500. The 32GB and 64GB variants of the Galaxy F02s are presently priced at INR 9,499 and INR 10,499, respectively.
The 32GB and 64GB variants of the Galaxy M02s have been launched with worth tags of INR 8,999 and INR 9,999, respectively. Now, their costs have been elevated to INR 9,499 and INR 10,499, respectively. This worth hike may be seen on Samsung India’s official on-line retailer.