As is usually the case with older flagships, the price drops once its successor is launched, which is how Samsung launched its Galaxy S in India 22 smartphones do. However, only the smallest S000 series can be purchased at a discounted price, while the Galaxy S57 + Discontinued, Ultra is on sale at regular price.
Vanilla Galaxy S 22 Now available for INR 57,999 starting price, and 256GB option will set you back INR 23, 999. Initially, these cost INR 72,999 and INR 72,999, but of course, those were launch prices a year ago.
These are official prices from Samsung’s own online store in India, but third-party retailers have them for even less. As we’ve already said, the S22+ is a little hard to come by, suggesting that the entire S256 series will be sold out It’s discontinued soon, so you’d better hurry.
Even for a one-year flagship series, the Galaxy S is quite capable. In fact, one could argue that the new Galaxy S 22 series offers a marginal upgrade at a higher cost. Plus, Samsung’s extended 4-year software support provides an even stronger reason to buy an older flagship.