Almost two weeks after increasing the prices of its smartphones, Samsung smartphone prices suffer another shock. The South Korean giant is back with the new hefty price tags of its flagship and budget devices in Pakistan.
The upward flight of the dollar and depreciation of Pakistani rupee led the South Korean giant to be the first one to increase smartphone prices in the country and in the second round, the same devices are in the hit list with the addition of Galaxy J6+ and Galaxy Grand Prime Plus.
Check out the new prices of Samsung phones below:
|Smartphone Model||New Price||Old Price|
|Galaxy Note 9||Rs. 164,999||Rs. 139,999|
|Galaxy J6+||Rs. 36,799||Rs. 31,000|
|Galaxy J4+||Rs. 26,799||Rs. 24,999|
|Galaxy J6||Rs. 33,499||Rs. 27,999|
|Galaxy J4||Rs. 21,999||Rs. 19,999|
|Galaxy Grand Prime Plus||Rs. 17,699||Rs. 15,999|
Samsung Galaxy S9 was priced at Rs. 129,999 at the start of this month and now it has seen an increase of Rs. 35,000. Similarly, Galaxy J6+ saw an increase of Rs. 7,300, Galaxy J4+ Rs. 3,300, Galaxy J6 Rs. 7,500 and Galaxy J4 experienced Rs. 3,500 price increase in less than a month.