Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Now Available for Pre-orders: Book Your Now

Yesterday, Samsung unveiled its 2017 flagship device from the Note Series, the Galaxy Note 8. Right now, the device is not available globally, but in some regions, it is now open for pre-orders. Samsung is also offering early registrants who register before September 24th. The bundle deal includes either Samsung Gear 360 camera or a wireless charging pad and memory card.

To recall, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a premium device and packs premium specs, which include 6GB of RAM, internal storage of 64GB, which is further expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB),

There is a 6.3 inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display, and dual rear cameras both are 12MP sensors, one is wide angle lens and the second one is a telephoto lens. It also comes with a new and smarter S Pen.

Galaxy Note 8 Pre-order

How to Pre-Order the Galaxy Note 8

Unlocked Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung 

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 can be grabbed from the company’s US online store. The device is available in 64GB variant and in two color options, Orchid Gray and Midnight Black. The unlocked Galaxy Note 8 is priced at $ 929.99 or $38.75 /mo for 24 months at 0% (excludes tax and shipping)
with Samsung Financing.

Locked from Carriers

AT&T – Galaxy Note 8: $950 full retail;  AT&T Next: $39.59/ mo for 30 months

    T-MOBILE – Galaxy Note 8: $930 full retail; Monthly installments: $210 down payment + $38.75 /mo for 24 months

      SPRINT – Galaxy Note 8: $960 full retail;  New Sprint users can pay $20/ mo for 18-month lease
      Monthly installments: $40.00 /mo for 24 months

        VERIZON – Galaxy Note 8: $960 full retail;  Monthly installments: $40/ mo for 24 months
          US CELLULAR – Galaxy Note 8: 963.20 full retail;  Monthly installments: 40.14/ mo for 24 months

            Faizan Ahmad 
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