Melbourne’s Federation Square will be host to the Samsung Galaxy Studio experience, which for six weeks will showcase Samsung’s Note8 and more, with as much interactive magic as possible.
With Samsung’s Note 8 super smartphone about to arrive, it’s no surprise to see smartphone protection companies making quite a racket!
With the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ the most easily damaged smartphones of all time if dropped, buying a Note 8 case and glass screen protector is essential to avoid accidental damage from accidental droppage.
Telstra’s pre-orders for the Note8 start much later than the 25 August date mentioned by Samsung Australia, with its plans and pricing to be announced “soon.”
Vodafone is the second telco to announce pricing and details for the new Note8, including at least a “$100 bonus credit offer when customers purchase the device and trade in any device, regardless of age or condition".
As is always the case when a hotly anticipated new smartphone arrives, the battle for the best deal is on to capture the hearts, minds and wallets of Note8 customers.
I’ve just finished watching the New York launch of the Galaxy Note8 via live YouTube stream, and here are my thoughts.
Available for pre-order from 25 August, and on sale from 22 September, the 6.3-inch Infinity Display Note8 with a stylus throws every feature it can into the mix to fight off tghe iPhone, Pixel and everyone else for smartphone supremacy.
Samsung’s long-awaited Note 8 will arrive to the world on 23 August in the US via a live stream, which is 24 August at 1AM AEST down under.
Two South Korean sources say August is when the Note 8 will launch, with a 6.32-inch screen, twin cameras and stylus ensuring Samsung’s premium flagship launches with the lot.
The Note 7 FE with smaller battery going on sale in South Korea will also come with Samsung’s Bixby assistant, but you’ll probably never buy one.
With Apple chief Tim Cook having admitted rumours of the iPhone 8 paused purchases of the iPhone 7, could the same thing happen to the Galaxy S8?
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