- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to be launched in India today at 12:30 pm
- Around 2.5 lakh users have already pre-booked the device
- Samsung might launch the 64GB variant first
The South Korean smartphone giant revealed the latest Galaxy Note 8 on August 24 during IFA Berlin, 2017 and now Samsung is all pumped up to launch the phablet in India today. The smartphone was already available for pre-booking on the official Samsung India’s website from September 2. The device was released at a price of USD 930 roughly around Rs 59,520. However, in India, the smartphone is expected to cost more than Rs 70,000 and will be available online on Amazon and other authorized Samsung retailers across the country.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to receive a huge response from Indian fans because of the popularity of the Note series. According to a recent report, more than 2.5 lakh of users have already pre-booked the Galaxy note 8.The report also suggests that around 1.5 lakh users have booked online through Amazon and these figures are increasing every day with around 72 pre-booking being done on a daily basis.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be launched during an event held in Delhi at around 12:30 pm today. For those who cannot attend the event, you need not worry. The grand launch will be streamed live on the official Samsung India’s website. You can click on the given link and enjoy the live feeds from the event. For those, who are on a bad network, don’t worry. We will be posting live updates on our page and you can check them out later.
To recall the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the phablet comes with a 6.3” QHD display and a resolution of 1,400 X 2960 pixels.Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, the device will come in three variants of Internal storage with 6GB RAM: 64GB,128GB, and 256GB.
However, we still have no update from Samsung about which among these three would be launched in India today. We can also predict that Samsung might start with the 64 GB internal storage for the sake of entering the Indian market with a low pricing.