Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with Bluetooth-Enabled S Pen launched in India


Galaxy Note 9

Just when the Poco F1 was being unveiled, Samsung mobile at an event today in New Delhi has announced the flagship Galaxy Note 9 for the Indian market. The phone will be available via offline retailers as well as online e-tailers including Flipkart, Amazon.in,  and Samsung India online Shop.

As expected, Samsung is offering Indians the two variants of the Galaxy Note 9 -the 128GB and 512GB variants, both in Midnight Black, Ocean Blue, and Metallic Copper (128GB only) color options. The base 128GB variant is priced at Rs. 67,900 $972, while the top-end variant goes for Rs. 84,900/ $1,215, but there are a couple of launch offers which you might want to bank in on.

Launch offers

  • Buy from Paytm Mall to get a cashback of Rs. 6,000.
  • HDFC Bank credit or debit cards or HDFC Consumer Durable loans (CD Loans) lets you avail a cashback of Rs. 6,000.
  • Under the Samsung Upgrade Program, you can get an upgrade bonus of Rs. 6,000 on an exchange of old device for the Galaxy Note9. The upgrade bonus is over and above the exchange value.
  • No-cost EMI options available on leading credit cards and Bajaj Finserv

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 made its global debut at the 2018 Galaxy unpacked event held in Newyork city about two weeks ago. The device has since been announced for the Chinse Market, and India is now the second market out of the U.S where the device has been launched.

Early adopter should in no distant time begin to receive their units, while the device is now available to buy in the country via Samsung’s official store and major e-tailers including Amazon India, Flipkart, Paytm Mall, and Airtel where you are required to drop a  downpayment of Rs. 7,900.

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