Still, if you're planning on getting a Note 8 and have someone else who'd like to join up on your T-Mobile plan, it's hard to call a discounted $930 smartphone a bad deal. However, customers should know that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with a great and elegant design and has some promising features. As the information available in the company's Thailand's website, the handset will hit the market on 15th September.
In addition, the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the box with Samsung's new UX on top. The Samsung Galaxy Note8 will be priced at Rs 74,999 in India. In the USA, the iPhone 8's base model is being rumoured to cost $999, which is approximately Rs 63,761, while the top-end model is expected to carry a price tag $1400, which is a whopping Rs 89,355.
LG Electronics launched a phone with a huge 6-inch screen as the South Korean firm tries to take users away from Samsung's Note series of devices. Wait... it also has 16-megapixel camera with (f/1.9 aperture) to take a ideal selfie. The main man is of 16MP, and it will be accompanied by a 13MP secondary camera.
Reports suggested that the device is available Black, Gold and Pink colors in Thailand. Samsung is also pushing dual cameras to its mid-range smartphones to compete with its counterparts like the Mi 5X, Moto G5S Plus, and others. Now, the leaked images confirmed the Galaxy C8 (SM-C7100) to come with the same dual camera setup on the rear. Galaxy J7 Plus also packs a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor alongside a Bixby home app and an always on display. Selfie duties are handled by a 16-megapixel shooter up front with a dedicated forward firing flash. For the additional storage seekers, the device does offer an SD card slot with up to 256 GB expandability. The smartphone is said to be fueled by 2560 mAh battery. Samsung is making the Galaxy Note 8 available in the United States and its home market South Korea starting September 15.