Samsung Mobile Phones Price List in India March 2019
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Galaxy J7 (2015), Galaxy A7 (2015), and Galaxy J5 (2015) got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
Latest discounts : Galaxy Note8 had the biggest price drop last month. Must be a great deal. Hurry! Kahi haat se na nikal jae.
Samsung Mobile Phones Price 2019
|Latest Samsung Mobile Phones||Price|
|Samsung Galaxy S9+||Rs 44,052 -|
|Samsung Galaxy S9||Rs 40,381 -|
|Samsung Galaxy A8+ (2018)||Rs 28,990|
|Samsung Galaxy Note8||Rs 36,710 -|
|Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro (2017)||Rs 16,900 -|
|Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)||Rs 11,900 -|
|Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016)||Rs 8,690|
|Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)||Rs 6,490|
|Samsung Galaxy J1 (2016)||Rs 6,890 -|
|Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime||Rs 10,990 -|
Latest News about Samsung Mobile Phones
It seems the demand for the iPhone X has worn off earlier than expected. Now Apple plans to halve the production of the device which will negatively impact the Samsung display business as Samsung is the only supplier of the OLED panels for the iPhone X. Samsung will make only up to 20 million iPhone X OLED panels in the January-to-March quarter, which is 50 percent less the initial projection. A ... Read more
Using an external accessory or an extra stiff band to monitor blood pressure will be a thing of past as Samsung is believed to have zeroed in on a new method to measure blood sugar using its Gear smartwatch. The patented technology involves a light sensor for this purpose similar to the one used for heart rate sensing. Read more
What happens when the biggest smartphone conglomerate in the world partners with the leading ride-hailing service in Southeast Asia? We'll find out with this new collaboration. Read more
Latest Reviews for Samsung Mobile Phones
I own this mobile now which was bought long time back.Sometimes the back button freezes and do not work, Hanging issue is observed.The sound quality is quite good.but the sound from earphone is low. ...Read more
- Rating : 3.6
- Review by Madhura
- Date : 26, Mar 2018
I have this phone and i m here to share about this . it is so attractive because its colors are like that i have black J7 i choose because black don't shows the contrast towards the dust or scratches. ...Read more
- Rating : 4.1
- Review by johnyhema
- Date : 25, Mar 2018
If you are looking for a lower end phone from Samsung brand. You can try for Samsung Galaxy A7 2017. Performance wise it's an average phone. It gets heated up easily if you continuously use it for ...Read more
- Rating : 3.0
- Review by Amruta
- Date : 24, Mar 2018
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About Samsung Mobile Phones
South Korean electronics giants Samsung Electronics easily make up the best crop of IT companies that exists in the world. While it deals with a wide range of products, mobile phones happen to be one of the company’s primary products. The major lineups of phones consist of the Galaxy series, Tizen series, Omnia series, Wave series and feature phones.
History of Samsung mobiles
Samsung initially started to make feature phones and the first one, named SH-100, was released in 1988. What followed that was a number of iterations for much through the early nineties. It manufactured CDMA phones back in the late 90s, after which, it started to manufacture GSM phones. The SGH series was primarily aimed at European markets.
Much throughout the 2000s, they manufactured plenty of feature phones. Then, in 2009, the company launched its first Android smartphone. The Omnia phones were launched in 2008 and the Wave series in 2010. 2015 saw the release of the first Samsung phone with its own OS, Tizen.
Samsung mobiles in India
Samsung entered the Indian mobile phone market in 2004. At that time, much of India’s market was largely in the hands of Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Motorola. These were well-established players when it came to feature phones, but Samsung with its largely affordable set of phones started to increase in popularity. And, by the end of the decade, Samsung started to have a bigger impact on the market share. In fact, it ultimately emerged out on top, after Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Motorola fell by the wayside for various reasons. By the end of 2011, the company had made its way to the topmost position in the market, which it retains even today.
Much of Samsung’s rise is to be credited to its feature phones and affordable Android phones which suits Indian customers very well.
Design of Samsung mobile phones
Most of Samsung’s feature phones are of plastic make. However, the Galaxy, Wave, Nexus, Omnia and Tizen phones feature a mix of metal and plastic. Phones are pretty well crafted and are good looking too. They also feature a strip of metal bezel around them. Other than the phones that feature touchscreens, alphanumeric or QWERTY keypads may be found.
Screen size varies, as does the resolutions offered for viewing. The Galaxy Note phablet series features some of the largest screens, along with the Galaxy S flagship phones. Screens are usually IPS LCD or AMOLED displays, which has been the trend of late with Samsung mobiles. Corning Gorilla Glass protection is provided with most of the phones from the company. A number of color options are also available for users to pick from.
Features of Samsung mobiles
Samsung phones have always provided a rich array of features to their users. While the feature phones do a great job of providing a great many basic features, such as the likes of camera, audio/video player, Bluetooth, Internet connectivity, it’s the Galaxy and Tizen phones that are ruling the roost.
These phones are equipped with the latest processors, such as Qualcomm, Exynos, and feature large memory for a streamlines performance. They are also known to support additional storage media, in the form of OTG, memory cards, and more.
Along with these, you can expect great camera functionality with high resolution front and rear cameras adorning these phones. The latest high-end models also feature a host of other features, such as fingerprint sensors, dual LED flash, NFC, and more.
For connectivity, many of the latest phones support dual-SIM, micro or nano types, USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi Direct, 4G LTE and more.
Additionally, the presence of various sensors helps in day to day tasks. Battery life is also reasonably good in all of Samsung’s phones.
Samsung Mobile News
Samsung has introduced a new Android flip phone in China, named W2016. It is a dual screen phone with 3GB RAM.