Why did Samsung make the Galaxy S21 phones $200 cheaper for 2021?

by Jeremy

Best answer: Anytime you can deliver a product that offers more for less, more people will want to buy it. After the Galaxy S20 FE release, Samsung knows this more than any other Android flagship phone maker.

In the end, it’s always about value.

“Value” doesn’t mean something is sold for a low price. That’s how many people interpret the word (myself included most of the time) but what value means is that something is sold at a fair price. The issue is that a consumer’s idea of a reasonable price often differs from a seller’s version.

Smartphones have always been that way. You were expected and conditioned to pay a certain amount for a top-of-the-line phone, and we did. That was that. However, a couple of things have changed that allow consumers to see “value” a little more clearly when it comes to buying a phone. Samsung has capitalized on it with the Galaxy S21, which is bound to be one of the best Android phones in 2021.

Even if we didn’t realize it, the first and most important one saw phones from Chinese companies like OnePlus. OnePlus launched as the “Flagship Killer” and offered the same great hardware that brands like Samsung or LG put on the market for hundreds less. The problem was that none of these companies were well-known in the West, and their products were harder to find.

At the tail end of 2020, Samsung itself fixed all this with the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition release. It had great hardware where it counted most and checked in at the right price. Samsung was never going to offer a “base” model Galaxy S phone for $1,000 again because it showed us all it could offer a better value.

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