Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s India pricing is surprisingly good and there are tons of offers too

Note 9 - Colours

Samsung has been teasing its Galaxy Note 9 since a couple of months and yesterday the brand made its phone official at a stage set in New York City. Now the question most of you have asked us – When is Samsung Galaxy Note 9 coming to India? Plus other burning questions regarding price and availability has come our way through social channels.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Price and Availability 

First thing first, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 price in India will start at Rs 67,900 for the 128GB variant. Whereas the 512GB will fetch Rs 84,900. As for the availability, the handset will be shipping from August 22, which is less than two weeks from now.

As for the launch offers goes, the HDFC bank card holders can avail cashback of Rs 6,000. The pre-booking has started and can be done until August 21. It can be done online and offline as well as the no-cost EMI will be offered. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 - Press renders

The Indian audience will be receiving the handset earlier than UK and Australia audience. This suggests that Samsung is keen to get back its lost premium smartphone segment share in India, which it lost to OnePlus. It is unknown which all colours will be coming to India out of the four introduced for the USA.  

Recapping the Note 9 specifications, the new Samsung flagship packs a huge 6.4-inch 2K resolution Super AMOLED panel. With up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 512GB via microSD card. It will be packing the same camera setup as seen on the Galaxy S9+. The interesting upgrades include the new features on S Pen and increased 4000mAh capacity battery.

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What do you guys think of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 price in India? Let us know in the comments section below.

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