Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge prices slashed, now start at Rs 35900

Few details for them have gone unnoticed. If you hoped that this phenomenon, like True Depth, will remain an Apple exclusive, you're in for some disappointment today.

KitGuru Says: The Galaxy S8 ended up being a huge success, so I imagine the Galaxy S9 will also end up being well received, even if prices do rise a bit compared to past year.

On all major online and offline channels, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB variant has received a price cut and it can be bought for Rs 35,900. Now, an official document from a Spanish bank comes to light. We've heard that a $350 trade-in promotion will be available from pre-orders, and that $350 will apply to "all" trade-ins, not just recent phones like the Galaxy S8.

Higher prices for the Galaxy S9 is not surprising, especially with Apple's decision to attach a $1,000 price tag to the iPhone X. However, has Samsung made the Galaxy S9 too expensive? The US MSRP of the S9 Plus is a little harder to guess, but something tells us it might (narrowly) undercut the $999 iPhone X starting price.

However, the equivalent USA dollar prices of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will likely not be the selling price of the smartphones in the United States. He also gave the example of Samsung Galaxy S8 saying that "For instance, a Galaxy S8 that costs ~800 euros directly from Samsung goes for $725 in the U.S.". This will allow users to get their hands on a new Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ at a reduced price. As the company gears up for the launch of its next flagship smartphones, it makes sense to cut down the prices of the older smartphones. The 2016 flagships are yet to receive Android Oreo, but some reports earlier this month claimed that Samsung is developing Android 8.0 Oreo for these smartphones, which is good news for existing and potential Galaxy S7 Edge users. We'll keep you updated on the latest.