New Delhi: Samsung has reduced the prices of Galaxy S5, alongside the LTE-variant of the handset, in India.
The Korean handset maker has officially reduced the price of Galaxy S5 by Rs 5,750. The handset is now available Rs 37,500 as against its earlier price of Rs 43,250.
The Samsung Galaxy S5-LTE is now available at Rs. 40,300, down Rs 4,990 from its earlier price of Rs 45,290.
This is second price cut for both the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5-LTE in the space of two months, with the first in early September.
Interestingly, both the handsets are listed as 'Not in Stock' with a 'Notify Me' option for consumers to register.
Earlier this month, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 4 in India priced at an MRP of Rs. 61,500, and a market operating price between Rs. 58,300 and Rs. 58,500. Apart from launching the Galaxy Note 4 in India, the company also unveiled the Gear S 3G-enabled smartwatch at Rs. 29,500 (MRP), with an estimated market operating price of Rs. 28,900.