- Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra go out of stock in India
- Only the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE appears to be in stock and it costs Rs 40,990
- Samsung seems to have discontinued the Galaxy S20 series ahead of the Galaxy S21 release
Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra have seemingly been discontinued in India as the phones appear to be out of stock on the official Samsung India website. However, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is in stock, that too in select colour variants only. There is a chance that the Galaxy S20 phones may not come back in stock at all seeing as how the Galaxy S21 series is set to release in India later this month. Now that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is up for pre-orders, several Galaxy S20 phones have been discounted on third-party websites like Amazon.
On Samsung’s official website, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra now costs Rs 86,999. Similarly, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ is listed for Rs 54,999. For reasons best known to Samsung, the entry-level Galaxy S20 costs Rs 59,499. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE’s price has gone down to Rs 40,990. There is no word about when the smartphones will get restocked, but Samsung has a notifier on its website that will tell you. Samsung is likely looking to clear its stock, hence the hefty discounts.
It comes as no surprise that Samsung is pulling the plug of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra early. All three phones received a lukewarm response in India due to the coronavirus pandemic and high-end price tag. It will be interesting to see how customers react to the Galaxy S21 series once the flagships go on sale on January 29th with prices starting from Rs 69,999.