Priced at Rs. 29,999, grab Samsung Galaxy M52 5G for under Rs. 20,000!
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G price cut lets you buy this mid-range smartphone for under Rs. 20,000. Know how to get this deal.
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, a mid-range Android smartphone had made its debut in India in late 2021 and was priced at Rs. 29,999. In an amazing deal, this mid-range smartphone's price has now dropped under Rs. 20,000. This is all thanks to e-commerce websites Amazon and Reliance Digital, which are offering a massive discount on Samsung Galaxy M52 5G. Plus, the bank offers on top of the huge price cut, which further sweetens the deal to get it at an affordable rate.
If you want a large 6.7-inch full-HD Super AMOLED Display with 120 Hz of refresh rate, massive 5000mAh battery power, and triple camera setup for your photography, then Samsung Galaxy M52 5G will be a good option for you. This comes with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset. In optics, it houses a 64MP primary camera along with a 12MP wide-angle and a 5MP macro lens. Looking forward to buying this mid-range smartphone on a budget? Know how much Samsung Galaxy M52 5G will cost you.
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G price cut
The Samsung Galaxy M52 5G is available at Rs. 20,999 for the 6GB RAM and a 128GB storage variant on Amazon. Galaxy M52 5G was launched starting at Rs. 29,999 for its standard variant. You save a flat Rs. 9,000 off on this mid-range smartphone. Further, you can get a 10 percent discount of up to Rs. 10,000 on SBI Cards.
You can find a similar deal on Reliance Digital, which is offering the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G at Rs. 20,999 for the standard variant. While there are a couple of more bank offers. Such as a 10 percent instant discount of up to Rs. 3000 with Citibank Credit & Debit Cards and a flat Rs. 1500 Cashback on IndusInd Bank Credit EMI transactions.
Both the deals offer the same price cut. So, you should consider the best bank offers available on this Samsung smartphone. These are the limited-time offers, so if you are looking forward to buying this smartphone, then you should check now.
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