With the wake of price wars that seems to be happening between Chinese smartphone makers Xiaomi and OnePlus in the Indian mobile market, it seems that Samsung has managed to pull itself into the battle by bringing down the price of its Galaxy Grand Max smartphone by almost 20%.
Having said this, it is worth to recall that the smartphone Grand Max was launched in Feb this year at Rs 15,990.
However, after the recent price cut, the smartphone can now be purchased at Rs 12,990.
But, the keypoint to remember here is that the South Korean giant seems to have planned to give an additional discount of Rs 1,000 making the smartphone available for Rs 11,990.
This doesn't end the whole thing yet as buyers are also entitled to get offers worth Rs 11,000 by Snapdeal and its partners like Yatra, Aircel, FoodPanda, ZoomIn on purchasing the Galaxy Grand Max smartphone.
Apart from all these, if you have a Kotak Mahindra debit or credit card, it is being said that you shall be getting an additional 10% discount on the purchase.
So, we feel that you can easily consider the smartphone to come for free of cost as Snapdeal also has an "Exchange Your Old Device" offer where your old smartphone, laptop and tablets are bought back by the e-commerce giant.
To recall, Samsung Galaxy Grand Max comes with a 5.25 inch HD TFT Display, 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor and 1.5 GH RAM and 16 GB internal storage while running on Android 4.4 KitKat along with Samsung's very own TouchWiz UI skin on top.
The camera section of the smartphone includes 13 MP rear camera with LED flash and 5 MP front facing camera for selfies along with connectivity options like dual SIM support, 3G, 4G LTE, WiFi and GPS.