Samsung launched their next big thing, the Note 8 yesterday. The aim to take the upcoming Pixel 2 smartphones and iPhone 8 head on. Although we now know pretty much everything about the phone including its specifications and features, but the pricing has still been a question till now. So here we are with the pricing of the Galaxy Note 8 from around the world.
Coming to the US, the Galaxy Note 8 will be available on all carriers. T-Mobile will be selling it at $930 (around Rs. 59600) unlocked. You can also pay $210 as the down payment. If you don’t want to pay the down payment, they will allow you to own the smartphone for monthly installments of $39.
When it comes to Verizon, the price goes to $960 (around Rs. 61500) unlocked or you can opt for monthly installments of $40 over a period of two years. AT&T will also be selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the US. There you will have to pay a monthly amount of $31.67 for a period of 30 months.
If you are in Canada, you can grab the Note 8 at a price of CAD 1200 (around Rs. 61300). For people living in the UK, Note 8 is available for pre-orders from the company website at a cost of GBP 869 (around Rs. 71200). In Italy and Germany, the price goes all the way up to EUR 999 (Rs. 75500).
Those in France would have to shell out EUR 1010 (Rs. 76300) to get the latest flagship from Samsung. You can check Samsung's official website in your country for more information. In Dubai, the Galaxy Note 8 is up for pre-order for around Rs. 59,000.
Till now Samsung has only released the pricing information for the Note 8 in countries where pre-orders have already begun. We will have to wait a bit more time to get the final pricing in other regions. Talking about other countries, the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be launched in India in the second week of September. Although there is no word price, you can expect it to cost about Rs. 70,000 for the 64GB storage variant.