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Samsung has raised the prices for premium smartphones and tablets in Russia
Samsung has increased the retail prices of a number of smartphones and tablets Galaxy in Russia. The reason for such a decision referred to fluctuations in currency markets and a sharp depreciation of the ruble.
“On December 16, Samsung set new recommended retail prices for the following products: Galaxy Note 4 / SM-N910C / – 39 990 rubles., Galaxy Tab S 10.5” LTE / SM-T805N 16GB / – 29 990 rubles., Galaxy Tab S 10.5 “Wi-Fi / SM-T800N 16GB / – 24 990 rubles.”, – said in a statement.
Now, according to “to Yandex.Market”, the average cost planshetofona Galaxy Note 4 of 36 990 rub., The tablet Galaxy Tab S 10.5 “LTE is worth 26,990 rubles. And the Galaxy Tab S 10.5” Wi-Fi – 22 990 rubles.
Last week, the head of Samsung said that the demand for some models in Russia increased by 300%. According to him, the company continues to share New Year’s flagship model, which greatly reduced prices. The company added that the cost of the flagship model will rise to 3000, but it will not cause changes in demand for the model. Top manager claimed that the company will raise the prices of some models are not directly tied to the dollar or the euro, and according to their own considerations.
The fall of the ruble does not stop, so the prices on electronics will continue to grow. Earlier it was reported that Apple will again raise prices for their products in Russia on 24 December. Last month, the American corporation has already raised the price of the iPhone and iPad. Smartphones iPhone iPhone 6 and 6 Plus rose by an average of 25%.
Now the official website Apple iPhone 6 to 16 GB worth 39,990 rubles, iPhone 6 Plus 16 GB – 46 990 rubles.
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