The South Korean tech giant held an event in New Delhi Tuesday to showcase the newest smartphones and has since accepted pre-orders.
With the competition getting fiercer in the Indian smartphone market, Samsung is geared up to launch India-focused smartphones across price points in the remaining part of the year, a top company executive has said. This plan of the South Korean giant was revealed by Asim Warsi, Global Vice President of Samsung India.
Samsung India has hinted that it would be launching Indian focused smartphones across all price segments this year. The devices from Samsung will be available through online channels as well as through offline stores.
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Recall that the Samsung Galaxy S9 was presented at the exhibition MWC 2018.
In terms of the number of handsets sold, Samsung's smartphone market share in India was 23 percent in the fourth quarter previous year, trailing 25 percent held by China's Xiaomi.
Samsung has the largest retail network in the country with over 150,000 touch points. "We invest $14 billion (roughly Rs. 90,900 crores) in R&D globally and have five global R&D centers based in India". Despite the fact that they have been heavily promoting the new camera features of the Galaxy S9 and the dual camera of the Galaxy S9+, people are seeing that there isn't anything special about the new flagships.
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The Galaxy S9 and S9+ cost Rs 57,900 and Rs 64,900, respectively, for 64GB variants and also come with company's own loyalty programme called "Samsung Rewards".
Samsung Electronics will begin sales of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus smartphones in India on March 16, a company official said.
"The kind of response we've seen from India towards our devices has been unprecedented so far".
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