Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Is Now More Cheaper

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Samsung will launch three new smartphones in its Galaxy S10 lineup. According to the reports, Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + will be launched this month. Apart from this, there is a possibility that they could unveil a foldable smartphone as well.

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Keeping the launch event in mind, Samsung has quietly decreased the prices of Galaxy S9 Plus in India. Mumbai’s local smartphone retailer Mahesh Telecom shared the new rates on their official Twitter account, and It said that the cost of the three variants of Galaxy S9 + had been reduced.

Base 64 GB storage variant of S9 Plus can be purchased for 57,900 INR. At the same time, 128 GB storage variant will be available for around 61,900 INR and the more premium 256 GB storage variants will cost you around 65,900 INR. However, on the official website of Samsung, this phone has been listed at a new price.

https://twitter.com/MAHESHTELECOM/status/1091593588008464384

Talking about the features, the Galaxy S9 + has a full 6.20 inch Quad HD Plus display. The resolution of the screen is 2960×1440. For photography, it has dual 12 megapixel rear camera and 8 megapixel front camera. A battery of 3500 mAh is provided which supports fast charging.
Recently Samsung has pushed an Android 9.0 Pie and One UI update to this smartphone. It’s one of the best camera smartphones from Samsung. The upcoming S10 Series smartphone will have some best features like triple rear cameras, up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage and much more.

Also, there are rumors that the main model Galaxy S10 Plus could come with 5G support in selected markets like America, Korea and China. As of now there is no update if this smartphone will lauch in India.

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