Galaxy S5

After launching the Charcoal Black and Shimmery White variants of the Samsung Galaxy S5 in India, Samsung has announced that the Copper Gold version is now available for sale in the country. The Copper Gold variant is available via Samsung's official e-store as well as brick-and-mortar stores. The Galaxy S5 in India is the non-LTE Exynos 5 Octa 5422 version.

In addition to the Galaxy Gifts promotion bundle, Indian consumers will be eligible to receive a $85 (Rs. 5,000) coupon that can be redeemed on Samsung's online store. Samsung is aggressively pushing the Galaxy S5 in the country, and has even reduced the price of the handset from $864 (Rs. 51,999) to $764 (Rs. 46,000) to counter the retail price of the HTC One M8.

Also, the Galaxy S5 can be bought for as low as $709 (Rs. 42,720) on Ebay India.

Source: SammyHub

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NoNexus says:


Euclid88 says:

Is this the band-aid edition?

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Tswfootball says:

It's as if Samsung really wants people to throw sticks at them..

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felyke says:

Not even a Kardashian would like the copper gold S5.

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NoNexus says:

don't underestimate them

AlwaysSmile says:

Breaking: Samsung has just announced that the well known "Band-Aid" edition Galaxy S5 is now available for sale....

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Dizfunctions says:

The band aid phone has arrived!

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barondebxl says:

I have seen some guys on YouTube saying that its actually quite nice in reality. I'd love to have it just to be different. Screw the haters.

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jschu22 says:

Wow, because of all the comments I feel like a total douche after just ordering this battery cover.

Not really. It wasn't much and its different, so screw it.

jayjay234 says:

I saw it in person and it looks just fine...

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Tyndall says:

What about the blue???

Jay Holm says:

Quick scan of the comments, not even worth reading, just a bunch of shit talkers.

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ehsanshaukat says: