Samsung Galaxy M31, A71, S10 Lite, S20 prices increased in India: full list of phones and new prices

“Manufacturers like Samsung are complying with the new GST rate on mobile phones, which has been increased to 18 percent from 12 percent”

Samsung has revised the prices of its smartphones in India, following the GST council’s decision to increase the tax on mobile phones to 18 percent from 12 percent. The new rules are applicable starting from today, i.e. April 1st, which means smartphones across brands will become costlier than ever before. We have already reported on OPPO phone prices that have been hiked as well as revised prices of Vivo phones. As for Samsung, retail sources have tipped 91mobiles that it has increased the prices of its smartphones across all price segments, including the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 series and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, by up to Rs 9,000. Check out the new prices of Samsung smartphones after the new GST rate.

Samsung flagship phone prices after GST hike

ModelOld priceNew price
Samsung Galaxy FoldRs 1,64,999Rs 1,73,835
Samsung Galaxy Z FlipRs 1,09,999Rs 1,15,890
Samsung Galaxy S20Rs 66,999Rs 70,500
Samsung Galaxy S20+Rs 73,999Rs 77,900
Samsung Galaxy S20 UltraRs 92,999Rs 97,900
Samsung Galaxy Note 10Rs 69,999Rs 73,600
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 256GBRs 79,999Rs 84,200
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 512GBRs 89,999Rs 94,700
Samsung Galaxy S10 128GBRs 55,900Rs 58,800
Samsung Galaxy S10 512GBRs 67,900Rs 71,400
Samsung Galaxy S10+ 128GBRs 63,900Rs 67,200
Samsung Galaxy S10+ 512GBRs 74,900Rs 78,800
Samsung Galaxy S10+ 512GBRs 93,900Rs 98,800
Samsung Galaxy S10eRs 44,900Rs 47,300

Starting with the flagship Samsung Galaxy S20 series, the vanilla model now comes with a starting price of Rs 70,500 instead of Rs 66,999. The Samsung Galaxy S20+ now costs Rs 77,900, up from Rs 73,999, while the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will set you back to Rs 97,900 instead of Rs 92,999. As for the foldable phones, the Galaxy Fold price is now Rs 1,73,835, up from Rs 1,64,999 while the Galaxy Z Flip foldable smartphone’s price in India is increased to Rs 1,15,890 from Rs 1,09,900.

Last year’s flagship Samsung Galaxy S10e smartphone’s price has been increased by as much as Rs 3,400. It will now cost Rs 47,300, which is up from its previous MOP of Rs 44,900. The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will now have a starting price of Rs 58,800 and Rs 78,800 respectively. As for the Note series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 price has been increased by Rs 3,601 to cost Rs 73,600 in India. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will be available at Rs 84,200 for the 256GB storage variant and Rs 94,700 for the 512GB variant instead of Rs 79,999 and Rs 89,999 respectively.

Samsung mid-range phone prices after GST hike

ModelOld priceNew price
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite 6GBRs 38,999Rs 41,000
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite 8GBRs 40,999Rs 43,100
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (8GB + 128GB)Rs 39,999Rs 42,142
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (8GB + 512GB)Rs 44,999Rs 47,300
Samsung Galaxy A71Rs 29,999Rs 31,500
Samsung Galaxy A80Rs 39,990Rs 41,999
Samsung Galaxy A50S (4GB+128GB)Rs 19,999Rs 21,070
Samsung Galaxy A51 (6GB+128GB)Rs 23,999Rs 25,250
Samsung Galaxy A70S (6GB+128GB)Rs 26,999Rs 28,400
Samsung Galaxy A70S (8GB+128GB) Rs 28,999Rs 30,500

Going down the ladder, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite price has been increased to Rs 47,300 from Rs 44,999. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, which was launched earlier this year, will now sell at Rs 41,000. The handset, to recall, was launched at Rs 39,999 for the base variant in the country. The all-new Samsung Galaxy A71 will set you back to Rs 31,500 instead of Rs 29,999.

The Samsung Galaxy A80 is Rs 2,000 costlier than before. The handset price in India has been revised to Rs 41,999 from Rs 39,990. The Samsung Galaxy A50s, Galaxy A70s, and Galaxy A51 will be available at Rs 21,070, Rs 28,400, and Rs 25,250 respectively.

Samsung affordable phone prices after GST hike

ModelOld priceNew price
Samsung Galaxy A20S (4GB+64GB)Rs 12,999Rs 13,695
Samsung Galaxy A30S (4GB+128GB) Rs 15,999Rs 16,856
Samsung Galaxy M21 (4GB +64GB)Rs 13,499Rs 14,222
Samsung Galaxy M21 (6GB+128GB)Rs 15,499Rs 16,329
Samsung Galaxy M30S (4GB+128GB)Rs 13,999Rs 14,749
Samsung Galaxy M30S ((6GB+128GB) Rs 15,999Rs 16,856
Samsung Galaxy M30S (4GB+128GB)Rs 14,999Rs 15,803
Samsung Galaxy M31 (6GB+64GB)Rs 15,999Rs 16,856
Samsung Galaxy M31 (6GB+128GB)Rs 16,999Rs 17,910
Samsung Galaxy A10S (2GB+32GB) Rs 8,999Rs 9,480
Samsung Galaxy J2 CoreRs 5,990Rs 6,299
Samsung Eider nRs 1,375Rs 1,449
Samsung Piton Rs 1,625Rs 1,710
Samsung BrioRs 2,025Rs 2,130
Samsung MetroRs 2,800Rs 2,950
Samsung Gangga Rs 3,225Rs 3,399
Samsung EiderRs 1,100Rs 1,150

As for the affordable Samsung Galaxy A20s, its price in India has been increased to Rs 13,695 from Rs 12,999. The Samsung Galaxy A30s will now set you back to Rs 16,856 instead of Rs 15,999. The popular Samsung Galaxy M30s and Samsung Galaxy M31, which were launched at Rs 13,999 and Rs 15,999, now cost Rs 14,749 and Rs 16,856 respectively. This is applicable only in the offline stores in India.

The Samsung Galaxy A10s now comes with a sticker price of Rs 9,480 instead of Rs 8,999, while the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core costs Rs 6,299, up from Rs 5,990.