Samsung 5G introduces no cost EMI up to Rs 3,042 on flagship smartphones in India Trick

Samsung on Friday announced a 24-month no cost EMI offer on flagship Galaxy smartphones. The offer is available for the first time on Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G as well as Galaxy S22 series in partnership with HDFC Bank and can be availed at retail outlets across India. Also Read – ‘Made in India’ smartphone shipments up 7 percent y-o-y in Q1 2022

As part of the 24-month no cost EMI offer, the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 are now available at EMIs starting at Rs 3042, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra is available at an EMI of Rs 4584. Also read- Samsung Galaxy F13 with 6,000 mA battery will be launched in India on June 22

Consumers can also avail 24-month no cost EMI on Samsung’s foldable smartphones – Galaxy Z Fold3 5G and Galaxy Flip3 5G. Both the devices are premium foldable smartphones built with the craftsmanship and flagship innovation that Samsung users have come to love and expect. Also read- Samsung Galaxy S22 FE may be cancelled, know why

“At Samsung, the consumer is at the heart of everything we do. In yet another big step to make their lives easier, we are offering our premium Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G with HDFC Bank. We are delighted to present a never before 24 Months No Cost EMI offer. This offer will help more consumers experience Samsung’s latest technology,” said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director and Head of Product Marketing, Samsung India in a statement. And will also help us unlock the new demand for our flagship and foldable smartphone.

In addition to the 24-month no cost EMI offer, consumers buying Galaxy S22 Ultra can get Galaxy Watch4 for Rs 2999 and Galaxy Buds 2 for Rs 2999 for Galaxy S22+ or Galaxy S22.

According to Counterpoint Research’s Market Pulse service, Samsung’s smartphone sales grew 9 percent year-on-year in April 2022, capturing 24 percent of the global smartphone market. This is the highest monthly market share for Samsung since April 2017. The company’s sales grew despite a decline of 8 percent in global smartphone sales during the same period. In fact, it was one of only a few brands to rise against the downturn in the market.


The growth helped Samsung lead the sales of the global smartphone market for the third consecutive month in 2022. It became the No. 1 brand in the Indian market in April for the first time since August 2020.

Going forward, Samsung is likely to maintain the leadership position in the global smartphone market in the second quarter of 2022. The foldable segment, where Samsung is currently the undisputed leader, also has a lot of potential. Samsung will aim to bring down the prices of foldable phones to gain a competitive advantage.

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