Samsung Galaxy S4 available for Rs 38,800
A retailer in Delhi's Gaffar Market in Karol Bagh is offering the Galaxy S4 for Rs 38,800 (inclusive of taxes).
New Delhi: While Samsung's flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, is available online and at Samsung stores for Rs 41,500, a retailer in Delhi's Gaffar Market in Karol Bagh is offering the device for Rs 38,800 (inclusive of taxes). Saitel (Nanak Electronic Pvt Ltd, Shop No. 130) in the Gaffar Market is selling the Galaxy S4 for Rs 38,800, while another retailer, Vaishno Electronics Pvt Ltd (Shop No. 131), is selling the device for Rs 39,600.
The phone is available in the white frost colour with Saitel, but Vaishno Electronics has it in both colours - black mist and white frost. If you are planning to buy the phone, it is no less than a good deal, thereby helping you in saving up to Rs 2,700.
When asked about its predecessor, the Galaxy S III, the shopkeeper at Vaishno Electronics said, the phone is available for Rs 26,900. While Samsung is selling the device on its India estore for Rs 30,950.
Samsung Galaxy S4 was launched in India on April 26. The Galaxy S4 has a 5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 441 ppi. The Galaxy S4's screen is 56 per cent larger than the iPhone's. It weighs 130g and is 7.9 mm thick and is slimmer than its predecessor, the Galaxy S III. The phone in India comes with an octa-core version (1.6 ghz quad core processor + 1.2 ghz quad core processor) in India.
Running Android 4.2.2 OS, the Galaxy S4 has a 13 megapixel auto focus camera with flash. It has a 2 megapixel front camera with Full HD recording at 30fps.
Here are our first impression review of the Galaxy S4.
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