Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Launch In India On 12th SEP, The Same Day The iPhone 8 Will Be Unveil Globally

The new and expected Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be officially launched in India next Tuesday, September 12, according to the company itself. The arrival of the device will be accompanied by a launch event that can be seen live from 12:30 PM IST on the official website.

Meanwhile, in just less than two weeks after the device was introduced in New York, customers in India can now sign up to be among the first to have the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8.



Launched last August 23 at a special event for media from New York City (USA), Samsung Galaxy Note 8, equipped with a dual lens camera and a huge Infinity Display HDR screen, compensates for the absence of almost two years of a device of the Note line, after the failure suffered by the previous version. 



A couple of weeks after its introduction, the Galaxy Note 8 is now ready for launch in a number of previously selected markets, including India.

Users who wish can already register through the official website of Samsung to be the first to be informed when the Galaxy Note 8 will go on sale. These records are not reserves or presales, but simply you have to fill a form with your basic information (name, email address and telephone number) to be the first to be notified once the company activates the reservation period.

It is speculated that the Galaxy Note 8 will be officially launched in India later this month of September. Its price could fluctuate between $1100 and $1175 approximately (depending on the exchange rate), so it is one of the most expensive phones till to the date, something that should not be surprising as in the United States, Europe, and Korea, as the South Korean giant Samsung has beaten the records of price.

For those who are not very familiar with this device, we would like to remind you that it includes a 6.3-inch QHD display, 6 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, a 3,300 mAh battery and a new 12-megapixel wide 12-megapixel secondary sensor with optical zoom. The only difference with respect to the American version is that in India it will include a processor of its own manufacture, the Exynos 8895 from Samsung.

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