Bharti Airtel announced its Online Store is selling Samsung Galaxy Note9 — 128 GB for a down payment of Rs 7,900, in addition to other exciting offers.
Samsung, the largest smartphone brand in the world, announced the launch of the innovative Samsung Galaxy Note9 on Thursday in New York.
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Airtel is already selling Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone on its online store for a down payment of Rs 6,490.
Airtel plan for Samsung Galaxy Note9 buyers
Customers can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note9 smartphone on the Airtel Online Store starting August 11, 2018.
Customers who pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note9 on Airtel Online Store can avail a special offer price of Rs 4999 on the GearSport on Samsung website.
Samsung Galaxy Note9 — 128 GB is available in Midnight Black, Ocean Blue and Metallic Copper colour options on Airtel Online Store.
The retail price of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 starts at $999 or Rs 69,000 for the 128GB model and $1,249 or Rs 86,000 for the 512GB model in India. Comparing the retail price of Galaxy Note9, Airtel offer is one of the best in the industry.
Samsung Note 9’s new features
Slightly larger 6.4” display (same device footprint as Note 8)
Water-carbon cooling system
Bluetooth enabled S Pen
4000mAhr battery and up to 512GB on board storage
In-camera AI scene assist
Samsung Galaxy 9 will be the first to get access to the wildly popular Fortnite multiplayer game on Android — indicating that the latest smartphone will be targeted at the gaming community.
“This should set up for an interesting comparison with the existing iOS-only Fortnite play experience, especially since the Note 9 is capable of 1.2Gbps LTE speeds,” Wayne Lam, principal analyst, Mobile Devices & Networks at IHS Markit said.
The main feature of the Note series is the built-in stylus. Samsung innovated on its S Pen by including a new Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) design that allows for remote control of the cameras or which can be programmed to advance slides during presentations.
Users can now plug the Note 9 directly into an HDMI connector (via USB 3.0 adapter) to project an Android desktop experience while using the phone as a mouse or continuing to perform simultaneous tasks with the device.
Airtel has over 20 smartphones on its Online Store including Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S9+, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy A8+, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, Apple Watch, Google Pixel, Google Pixel 2, Goggle Pixel 2XL, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6.1.