Samsung Galaxy Gear gets a second price cut, now available for Rs 15,290

It seems like the Samsung Galaxy Gear had no takers in India even after the South Korean company announced a price cut of around Rs 4,000. But Samsung is clearly not giving up and it has lowered its price even further to Rs 15,290. Apart from the official eStore, select online retailers have also started selling it for under Rs 16K.

The Samsung smartwatch that was launched in India for Rs 22,990 back in September, got its price slashed for the first time less than three weeks ago. And now it has been dropped again by around Rs 3,800. It comes in multiple shades such as black, white, green, orange, mocha gray and white gold and the company offers EMI options with the gadget too.

Samsung Galaxy Gear

Although the wearable device is supposed to come in all of the aforementioned shades, right now only the green and white gold models are up for grabs via the official Samsung website. Infibeam, an online retailer which has introduced the price cut has also run out of stock for all shades except green. Saholic seems to have the Galaxy Gear drenched in black, white and orange, but it hasn’t slashed the cost and you will have to fork out Rs 22,900 for these models.

The Samsung Galaxy Gear can be purchased for Rs 15,290 through the official online store and for Rs 15,665 through Infibeam in India. Flipkart too continues to sell it for Rs 22,222.

Key specifications:

– 1.63-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen
– 1.9MP camera
– 315mAh battery
– 4GB internal storage
– 512MB of RAM
– 800MHz processor

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