Samsung has just announced two new programs for its customers in India, meant to make its smartphones more appealing to the masses.
Galaxy Assured is a guaranteed buyback scheme. If you participate and own a Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, S10 Lite (512GB), or Note10 Lite, then you will be assured (get it? that's where the name comes from) to get up to 70% of the original price for devices that are less than three months old, 60% for those less than six months old, 50% for those less than nine months old, and 40% if your handset didn't have its one year birthday yet.
The Galaxy Forever scheme needs you to avail the EMI facility with IDFC Bank, and after that you'll only pay 60% of the price of a new Samsung Galaxy S20 phone upon purchase, with the 40% balance due at the end of your first year owning it. Alternatively, you can choose to return the device after the year has passed, in which case you don't have to pay the remaining 40% of the price.
These programs will be up for grabs at Samsung Exclusive Stores, leading retail outlets, and at Samsung.com's Indian site.
that's very odd. my experience has been the exact opposite. i've had a better experience with mid-range & low-end exynos and even mediatek chip based phones than with snapdragons, esp the 200, 400 and 600-650 series, even as recent...