Looking to upgrade your smartphone but can't find a huge money-saving deal? Worry not, because Amazon is offering a huge discount on the Samsung Galaxy S23. Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S24 series and the price of the Samsung Galaxy S23 will drop. This happened and it gave the users an opportunity to get a premium device at an affordable price. Along with the Samsung Galaxy S23 price cut, Amazon is also offering bank and exchange offers through which smartphone buyers can further reduce the discounted price. Check out the details here to get the most out of the Samsung device.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Discount
The Samsung Galaxy S23 was originally priced at Rs 95999 for the 256GB storage variant, but the device is available on Amazon for Rs 69999, offering smartphone buyers a whopping 27 percent discount.
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This is not all! Amazon is also offering bank and exchange offers to get additional benefits on the purchase of Samsung Galaxy S23. Learn more about the offers here.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Bank and Exchange Offer
You can buy Samsung Galaxy S23 and Rs. 5000 instant discount on HDFC Bank Credit Card transactions with a minimum purchase value of Rs.25000. Also, get Rs.1000 off on IDFC FIRST Bank Credit Card EMI transaction with a minimum purchase value of Rs.34999.
Additionally, Rs. 27000 off on Samsung Galaxy S23 by exchanging your old smartphone for a new one. However, the exchange rate depends on the smartphone model and working condition. Hence, make sure that the smartphone has no physical damage and is in smooth working condition for a hassle-free exchange.
Why should you buy the Samsung Galaxy S23?
The Samsung Galaxy S23 features a 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The smartphone is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and a 3900 mAh battery. It has a triple rear camera setup with a 50MP primary wide camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera and a 10MP telephoto lens. On the front, the Galaxy S23 is equipped with a 12MP selfie camera.
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