Subsequent to divulging its flagship phablet, Galaxy Note 8 a month ago, Samsung is, at last, conveying the radiant device to Pakistan.

Samsung Pakistan has opened pre-ordering for Galaxy Note 8 which is valued at Rs. 108,999. Like dependable, the organization is giving some additional for every one of the individuals who will pre-order their smartphones including 20% discount, Free Wi-Fi Access with Etihad Airways and unlimited access of iflix for 1 year (terms and conditions connected).

The organization will begin sending the device from 26th September; giving clients a lot of time order their device so they can be among the initial ones to utilize Galaxy Note 8 in Pakistan.

Instructions to Pre-Order

Lured by the offer and need to make the new handset yours? All things considered, at that point you can either pre-order online by means of TeleMart or can do it by physically going to Samsung’s store. You can discover the area of the closest outlet through Store Locator.

We have just spouted about the new device and its infinity display yet just to review your memory, we should audit the specs of Galaxy Note:

  • Display: 6.3-inch Quad HD+ (2960×1440) Super AMOLED
  • Processor: 10nm Octa-center Exynos 8895
  • Ram: 6GB
  • Internal Storage: 64GB that can be extended through MicroSD card
  • Cameras: Back: Dual 12MP cameras with OIS. Wide-point f/1.7, fax f/2.4Front: 8MP f/1.7
  • Battery: 3300mAh
  • OS: Android 7.1.1 Nougat

The year 2017 seems to stamp the time when the Galaxy Note line is never again extraordinary or especially unique — it’s only an awesome smartphone, similar to Samsung’s other two incredible phones. Besides the S Pen itself, the element that makes this a Note, the greater part of the specs, features, and hardware that influence the Galaxy to Note 8 incredible can be found on the Galaxy S8+ (and a great part of the opposition). There’s just the same old thing new, life-changing or novel about the Galaxy Note any longer — it’s simply one more incredible top of the line smartphone, in addition to a stylus. Losing some of that “uncommon” feeling in the Note 8 wouldn’t hurt deals, yet it beyond any doubt feels like it denotes a changing of the circumstances.


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