Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Dual-SIM Smartphone, launched at Rs 67,900

Pre-booking for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, valued at Rs 67,900, started from 12 September at Amazon and select Samsung retail outlets

South Korean Electronics giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd propelled the Galaxy Note 8 in India, the organization’s expensive mobile phone in the nation, on Tuesday.

The launch of the company’s flagship smartphone came just hours before Apple Inc. was set to announce the launch of a special edition iPhone on Tuesday.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is evaluated at Rs 67,900 and will be accessible in India from 21 September in two colors Midnight Black and Maple Gold. Clients can pre-book the gadget from 12 September crosswise over selected retail locations and on Samsung Shop and Amazon Website.

The Galaxy Note 8 accompanies a 6.3-inch Quad HD+Super AMOLED Infinity Display—the greatest screen ever on a Note gadget, S Pen with a better tip, enhanced weight affectability, and a back camera with two 12MP focal points—wide edge and fax.

The Galaxy Note 8 is being propelled a year after Samsung was compelled to review its Galaxy Note 7 cell phone after a few buyers announced that the Galaxy Note 7 discovered fire while being charging.

AP in October 2016 announced that the Galaxy Note 7, at first charged as Samsung’s response to the iPhone, was rejected in under two months.

Apple’s new iphone is rumored to be priced at $1,000. As per the reposrts, on Tuesday, reported that “the iPhones, including the top-of-the line X model—the 10th anniversary edition—will have some cutting-edge components, which are expensive and rare.”

In India, Samsung has a 68% market share in the premium smartphone segment, which is two-thirds of the Indian market, an official at Samsung India said.

“I wouldn’t be commenting on any brand, but I would say that systematically in every segment of our phones, we are trying to create the demand, create the use case, create that experience rather than read it, ‘Oh! there is a segment here, let’s launch a product from global portfolio’ and just put it in India,” said Asim Warsi, senior vice-president, mobile business, Samsung India, said in an interview.

In June, the South Korean company ramped up its India investment commitment by Rs 4,915 crore at its Noida plant on the outskirts of New Delhi to double its production capacity for mobile phones and refrigerators to strengthen its lead in crowded smartphone market.

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