If you have been planning on buying Samsung’s flagship phablet, here’s some news for you. The Galaxy Note 8 is currently available with a discount of Rs 10,000, which effectively brings its price down to Rs 49,900. Read on for more details.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 discount
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was launched last year with a price tag of Rs 67,900. But since then, it has received a price cut, bringing its retail price down to Rs 59,900. The discount is on this reduced price tag, and is valid till May 31 on Paytm. Mobile retailer Mahesh Telecom reveals that Paytm is offering a Rs 10,000 cashback, which means you are effectively paying Rs 49,900 for the flagship phablet. At this price, the Galaxy Note 8 makes for a good value-for-money proposition.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specifications, features
For a quick recap, the Galaxy Note 8 features a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display with Quad HD+ resolution. It is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC paired with 6GB RAM, and 64GB expandable storage.
Watch: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 design
The Galaxy Note 8 was the first Samsung device to boast a dual-camera setup – 12-megapixel wide-angle lens + 12-megapixel telephoto lens. For selfies, there’s an 8-megapixel snapper up front.
Looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Before you head online to buy the Galaxy Note 8, there’s one point to remember. Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy Note 9 in a matter of months. This year’s Samsung Galaxy S9 duo looked exactly like last year’s Galaxy S8 duo. Similarly, the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 too is expected to look the same as the Galaxy Note 8. The design is all but confirmed courtesy of a render leaked by Ice Universe.
Based on what we have come across so far, the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to feature a 6.40-inch Super AMOLED display with the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio. It is likely to be powered by the same chipsets that are found on the Galaxy S9 duo. Keeping things ticking is likely to be a 3,850-4,000mAh battery. There are quite a few contradictory reports around the flagship phablet sporting an in-display fingerprint sensor. One thing is clear though, Samsung won’t risk putting in a feature on a flagship product before perfecting it.