The price of Samsung Galaxy M21 has cut. The price of the smartphone now starts at Rs 13,199 in India. Recently, the GST rate on mobile phones was increase from 12 percent to 18 percent, due to which Samsung allegedly increase the price of its smartphone. This phone launched in India in March with a 6,000 mAh battery and triple rear camera setup. The price cut comes at a time when the government has allowed e-commerce companies to sell smartphones in select Orange and Green zones.
Samsung Galaxy M21 price in India (new)
Samsung has launched the Galaxy M21 in India in 4GB RAM + 64GB storage and 6GB RAM + 128GB variants, whose prices were Rs 13,499 and Rs 15,499 respectively at launch. After this, after the increase in GST rate on mobile phones, their price increased to Rs 14,222 and Rs 16,499 respectively. Now the company has reduced the price of both these variants and customers can buy them for Rs 13,199 and Rs 15,499 respectively.
As mentioned above, the Galaxy M21 can only purchased online by those who live in the Orange and Green zones declared by the Central Government. Those living in the red zone will have to wait till the next order, as the delivery of non-essential goods in these areas is currently closed.