Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets launched in India

The Galaxy Note 9 is also available via Airtel, at a downpayment of Rs. 7,900. The handset which was launched in NY earlier this month will be priced Rs 67,900 onwards, and shipping will begin from August 24.

Samsung has already launched its 2018 flagship smartphones. The EMI options start at Rs 2,658.

You can also avail an instant cashback of Rs 6000 if you buy the smartphone by using an HDFC credit or debit cards.

Amid intense competition in the mid-range smartphone segment, South Korean major Samsung Electronics has reworked its strategy to incorporate new innovations to its mid-range devices rather than limiting advanced features to just the premium range of products.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 at Rs 55,900: Is it a good deal?

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To recall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was launched in India past year at a price of Rs 67,900 and now it has received a massive price cut of Rs 12,000.

Samsung has crammed in a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED HDR display in the old Note 8's form factor. Reports say that preorders are way up, and it could have something to do with the fact that unlike the S9, the Note 9 actually does have a few compelling new features. In the camera department, the device comes with a dual 12-megapixel camera setup with dual optical image stabilization. In some regions, the handset comes powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. The prominent features are an artificial intelligence constituent to the camera, a large battery and a reinforced S Pen stylus.

While Samsung is still working on expanding its list of payment partners, the app also supports the capability to store loyalty cards, allowing you to use Samsung Pay as more than just a bank transaction. The Note 9 runs on Samsung Experience 9.0 with Android 8.1 Oreo underneath.

"For me, it combines the power of a laptop, media streaming device, power bank, external hard drive, gaming console, DSLR camera and a selfie stick". Although the fingerprint scanner placed on the back side, most likely Samsung integrates it into the screen.

  • Arturo Norris