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SOUQ.com avails Samsung Galaxy Note8 to pre-order

New Galaxy Note 8 will be shipped from 14th September onwards in the UAE

SOUQ.com avails Samsung Galaxy Note8 to pre-order
The 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display, an updated S Pen and two 12MP rear cameras clear standouts with the Note8.

Samsung devotees can now pre-order the Samsung Note8 on SOUQ.com through to September 10th in the UAE. The device will start shipping on September 14th, 2017

SOUQ.com, a subsidiary of Amazon, is offering exclusive bundle offers to customers who pre-order the new Note8. Customers will receive free shipping as well as exclusive offers including a free AKG premium speaker worth AED 599, as well as an AED 100 voucher for their next purchase on Samsung Official Store on SOUQ.com.

The Galaxy Note 8 is priced at AED 3,399 on the e-commerce site. The device is available through official Samsung Store on SOUQ.com and comes with one year brand warranty.

The Galaxy Note8 has the biggest screen ever on a Note device, with a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display, yet its svelte body makes it comfortable to hold in one hand. The accompanying S Pen has been enhanced with a finer tip, improved pressure sensitivity, allowing users to write, draw, and interact in brand new ways.

The device boasts two 12MP rear cameras with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) on both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses.

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