[Deal Alert] Grab Galaxy Note 8 For $425 Cheaper! Specs, Features and Price
Samsung has launched the first dual camera smartphone from them, Galaxy Note 8. The 6.3-inch phablet is launched after going through several leaks and rumors. However, the Note 8 is a great deal for the customers who owned Galaxy Note 7. Samsung didn't forget about the disappointed customers who had to return their Galaxy Note 7 after the faulty batteries issues that are why the company has announced a significant discount on the Note 8 to those who bought the Note 7.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price is huge, just like its epic 6.3-inch display size. The Galaxy Note 8 price in the US unlocked is $929, and it then varies by carrier. T-Mobile's starting price is $930, while the Verizon has it for the price tag of $960. Each carrier is offering various monthly payment plans also, including a huge span 30 months, as reported by Tech Radar.
The Galaxy Note 8's price in the UK starts at £869 SIM-free or starting around £60 per month if the buyer wants a phone in EMIs. In Australia, the phablet will cost AU$1,499 and will be available for pre-order August 25. However, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders are now live in the US and UK. You can pre-order your Note 8 through Samsung.
The Samsung is giving a huge discount to the owners of previously the recalled Galaxy Note 7. This special offer qualifies former Galaxy Note 7 owners to save up to $425 when they upgrade to the Galaxy Note 8. Yes, the buyer has to turn on your current device, but he/she could potentially save nearly half the price of a Galaxy Note 8. Samsung is clearly saying that "We're sorry" by giving Note 7 a chance to save big on the new Note 8, as reported by GSM Arena.
More information about the trade-in offer on Samsung's website can be found. This trade-in offer is currently available in US-only.
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