You can now pre-reserve upcoming Samsung Galaxy phones

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New Delhi, Aug 6 (IANS) Customers in India can now pre-reserve the upcoming Galaxy flagship smartphones by paying a token amount of Rs 2,000, the company said on Friday.

Users can pay the amount on Samsung India’s e-Store or Samsung Shop App.

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“Customers making the pre-reservation will get the ‘Next Galaxy VIP Pass’ which entitles customers to get a smart tag worth Rs 2,699 for free when they pre-book the device,” the company said in a statement.

“When the customer pre-books the device later, the token amount of Rs 2,000 will be adjusted against the device price,” it added.

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On August 11, the South Korean giant will unfold the new generation of Galaxy devices at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2021. Samsung is likely to showcase new foldable devices Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3.

A recent report said that Samsung is expected to unveil the latest foldable smartphones with lower price tags compared with its predecessors.

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The company is also expected to unveil a Galaxy FE phone, two Galaxy Watches, and a set of new Galaxy Buds.

The tech giant is expected to start sales of the Galaxy Z Fold3 at around 1.99 million won ($1,744), which is 17 per cent lower than the 2.39 million won set for the previous model, according to the sources.

The price of the Galaxy Z Flip3 is also expected to be around 22 per cent lower than the predecessor, a report said earlier.



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