Samsung’s flagships are truly awesome, no doubt. But to afford them is not everyone’s cup of tea, right? But now, Samsung has done something unexpected for the Indian consumers which will surely make them delighted. The big news is that Samsung has straightly and officially slashed Rs.12,000 off the Note 8, the 2017’s flagship smartphone from Samsung. The Galaxy Note 8 was till now available for a whopping Rs.67,900, but now you can get it for Rs.55,900.
Though, its still not that much affordable but yes, those who are willing to spend a budget of around Rs.56,000 can go for it, considering the fact that the smartphone was a success for the company, getting rave reviews and reactions from users and analysts alike.
This price cut is also due to the fact that Samsung’s this year’s new flagship in the Note series, Note 9 is just about to make its entry into the Indian market, on August 22nd, 2018. And it will be obvious that Note 9 will be priced higher than expected (probably Rs.65,000-70,000).
Galaxy Note 9 will be coming soon in India.
So, there will be no point in keeping the prices of both their super flagships around or above Rs.65,000. So, now, the decision of price cut makes relevant sense-but more importantly, it’s a great news for the Indian consumers. Icing on the cake is that HDFC bank users can get a cashback of Rs.4,000 on the purchase of Note 8.
Talking about the super Note 8, it is still a fantastic flagship, consisting of Exynos 8895 octa-core super processor, combined with a massive 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It has got a 6.3inch QuadHD+ infinity display (resolution of 1440x2960p and a ratio of 18.5:9).
The cameras are always the highlight of Note series Samsung phones, and Note 8 is no exception. The Note 8 has a dual-rear setup of cameras, consisting of 12+12MP sensors. On the front, there is an 8MP camera for taking amazing shots with the help of auto-HDR function.
The phone has a decent battery of 3300mAh and it supports both fast charging and wireless charging.
The OS platform is taken care of by the Android Nougat 7.1.1 (since it’s the last year’s phone). But it can be upgraded to Oreo 8.0. Plus, there is also the best thing, the S Pen, for the Note 8.
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