Now that the Galaxy Note 9 is on the market and in the hands of some customers, Samsung has officially slashed the prices of all Galaxy Note 8 phones.
The price cut can be seen on the company’s official website and on its Amazon page.
After the price cut, the phone will cost Rs 55,900 (Almost $800) which is Rs 12,000 (or $170) cheaper than what the phone cost just a few weeks before.
Apart from the straightaway price cut, a buyer can get Rs 4000 cash back with an HDFC credit card and a possible Rs 4,000 additional exchange value on the phone.
While the Note 8 is not as powerful as the latest Note 9, the device still has some decent specs, one of the best mobile displays on the market and it comes with the trademark S-Pen for doodling and note-taking.
The cameras are the second in the world to come with flexible aperture. Also, the phone version I discussed comes with 6 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. You can add up to 512 GB microSD card to expand the storage too.
At the time, the phone comes with Android Oreo but the company has stated that an OTA will be released in future to update the phone to Android Pie.