Reuters reported that the company was looking to regain sales in what is now the world's second largest mobile market, where it had fallen behind companies like Xiaomi.
The three new phones, which are part of Samsung's M-series, will be sold through Samsung's website and Amazon's Indian division.
The head of Samsung's mobile business in India, Asim Warsi, said that this would help the company to double its online sales in India.
They are being made in India and will cost from 10,000 rupees (US$141.80) to 20,000 rupees, Warsi told Reuters, adding that they would have bigger batteries and features such as quick charging.
In India, Samsung sells through 250,000 retail outlets and over 2000 exclusive stories. Two thousand service centres offer support.