Recently the Indian government increased Goods & Services Tax (GST) on imported electronic devices. Due to which every smartphone in the market saw a rise in the price. Galaxy M21 which was introduced to the market at a price of INR12,999 ($170/€155) and INR14,999 ($200/€180), also saw a change in the price. After the change in the GST, the price went up to INR14,222 ($190/€170) for the 4GB/64GB variant and INR16,499 ($220/€200) for the 6GB/128GB variant. Now Samsung has cut the price resulting in INR13,199 ($175/€160) and INR15,499 ($205/€185) respectively. The same thing has happened to the Galaxy A50. The original price was INR22,999 ($305/€275) and INR24,999 ($330/€300) for the 4GB and 6GB RAM model. After the hike in GST, the price became INR21,070 ($280/€250) and INR26,900 ($355/€320) respectively. Now due to the price cut, it has come down to INR18,599 ($245/€220) and INR20,561 ($270/€245).
Well, you can not order the phone just yet as the Indian government has allowed the delivery of only essential goods amid the lockdown. But from May 4, the companies will be available to deliver non-essential items to green and orange zones in the country.
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