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Amazon India could have a killer Galaxy Note 20 Ultra deal next month

Last updated: September 27th, 2021 at 10:23 UTC+02:00

Amazon is all set to offer a wide range of discounts on Samsung products on the occasion of the ‘Amazon Great India Festival’, which is expected to kick off on October 3. A wide range of Samsung products will be discounted, but we’ll limit this post to smartphones for brevity. While most of the discounts are shrouded by mystery, Twitter leaker Abhishek Yadav has stumbled upon a deal that will blow your mind.

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Note 20 will be cheapest they’ve ever been in India

Leaked promotional material from the sale tells us that the Galaxy Note 20 will cost Rs 44,999 ($611) in India, while the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will set you back by Rs 69,999 ($950). To put things in perspective, the former now costs lesser than the Galaxy S20 FE 5G (Rs 50,999/$6982) in India. Similarly, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra costs as much as the entry-level Galaxy S21 (Rs 69,999/$950). And, that isn’t even the best part.

Another minor detail that the poster lets slip is that both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset, which is objectively better than the Exynos 990 that the phones shipped with at launch. Before we get too optimistic, the Snapdragon 865+ designation could likely be an error.

However, it is entirely possible that Samsung is trying to offload its unsold inventory left over from other regions which used Qualcomm silicon, or these are going to be third-party listings of imported units. Nonetheless, these prices are excellent for even Exynos 990-powered Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra variants and the objectively better Snapdragon 865+ would just be a cherry on top. The Galaxy Note 20 series sold quite poorly in India, and this sale could help remedy that.

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