Finally Samsung today put check on the much talked about hullabaloo that the company will start manufacturing the recently released flagships Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 Edge in India. Along with that the company also revealed the release date and price of both the devices in India. In an event conducted by Samsung in India today, the company formally launched both the devices in the country today.
Putting a glance on the price structure of both the devices in India, the company ensured that the Galaxy S6 will be made available in all 32GB, 64GB & 128GB variants and prices for the devices will be tagged Rs 49, 900, Rs. 55, 900 & 61,900 in that order. Similarly, the Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB variant will be made available at a price tag of Rs. 58,900, the 64GB variant will cost Rs. 64,900 & the 128GB variant will cost the users Rs. 70, 900. Both the devices will be made available in the country starting from April 10th and will support 4G LTE bands in the country. officially the company has also started receiving pre-orders from the users in the country.
Confirming manufacturing of the flagships in India, the company praised the efforts of the R&D teams in India and said that the teams have helped the company a lot in manufacturing the flagships. Apart it said that the R&D teams in Bangalore have played a significant role in manufacturing the handsets as it has developed the browser and some of the imaging and multimedia features of the handsets. During the Question & Answer session, the company ensured manufacturing of both the devices at its Noida based manufacturing unit.
Of course, it’s a fact that when the company will start manufacturing the handsets in India, then the Samsung lovers will expect a price fall in the devices. But sorrowfully, the Company announced that there is no such plan of bring a price fall for the devices. “We plan to stick to these prices for the near future,” the company cleared its intention.
Well, while the device has been scheduled for the April 10th release and registration have already been started from today, so we would definitely wait to see if demand scants the source. What you think guys?