List of Best Selling Samsung Android Smartphones in India – A Look

Samsung is a Multinational Korean company that entered the Indian market for smartphones and instantly captured a majority of it. Samsung phones come with unique features at a rate lower than most other phones with similar features. Samsung’s range of Android phones was very well received as other companies manufacturing Android phones had phones that were costlier yet possessed lesser features.

With the recent upsurge of E-commerce websites in India, one has a lot of options to buy these fabulous phones at a click of a mouse button. Amazingly, the prices of these gadgets are known to be cheaper online compared to the price you get it at a local mobile store. Snapdeal along with Flipkart and Homeshop18 are the most prominent amongst these.

Nowadays lot of these E-commerce websites have a tie up with various leading coupons sites in order to attract more sales by providing lucrative discounts deals which helps buyers to save a decent coin ranging from 2% to even 20% sometimes so it is highly recommended that you look around for these coupons before buying your favourite phone. Some of Samsung’s famous and best selling Android phones in India are listed below, you can buy them on Snapdeal, Tradus or India times shopping:

Here is the list of Best Selling Samsung Android Smartphones in India:-

#1. Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The Note 2 costs about Rs. 36000 and comes packed with brilliant features and operates on the Android platform. It comes with the S-Pen that has amazing features and functionality of its own.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2

#2. Samsung Galaxy S3

The Samsung Galaxy S3 was easily the most-hyped phone of 2012. The tagline given to the phone was- Inspired by Nature, Designed for Humans, which was proved to be true in all respects. It costs about Rs. 30000 now and operates on the Android platform.

Samsung Galaxy S3

#3. Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus

This costs just about Rs. 14500 and operates on the Android platform. For such a low price, the phone comes packed with features like Accelerometer and a Proximity Sensor. It also has a 5 Mega Pixel camera with features like Geo-tagging and face and smile detection.

Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus

#4. Samsung Galaxy S Duos

The S Duos cost Rs. 12500 and is one of the very few Android phones which have a Dual Sim facility. It has a 4 inch capacitive touchscreen and a 5 Mega Pixel Camera giving it features as good as most high range phones.

Samsung Galaxy S Duos

#5. Samsung Galaxy Y

The Samsung Galaxy Y costs about Rs. 5500 and runs on the Android platform. It has a 2 Mega Pixel camera and a TFT capacitive touchscreen which is as good as the screen on other models that cost more. This is one of the most commonly used phones among youngsters because of the affordable price.

Samsung Galaxy Y

#6. Samsung Galaxy Pocket

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket costs around Rs. 6200 and operates on the Android OS. It has a 2 Mega Pixel camera as well as Geo-tagging features. It also has an inbuilt Accelerometer and Compass.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket

#7. Samsung Galaxy Grand

Samsung realised the need to make big screen smartphones more affordable and came up with the Samsung Galaxy Grand. Operating on the latest Android version, the Grand has all the features available in the latest high-range models like multi-window facility and a 12.7 cm screen to use for the purpose.  It has a Dual core processor and a TFT capacitive touch screen. The primary camera of the Grand is 8 Mega pixels while the secondary camera is about 2 Mega pixels. This costs about Rs. 21500.

Samsung Galaxy Grand

#8. Samsung Galaxy Beam

The Samsung Galaxy Beam combines the smartphone feel with essential features of lower end Samsung phones like reject list and phone tracking. It has a 5 Mega Pixel primary camera and a 1.3 Mega Pixel Secondary Camera. It also has features like smile and face detection.

Galaxy Beam

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