Samsung has decided to give its fans a treat (especially those from the business sector) with the official unveiling of the Enterprise Edition of its latest flagship phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8. The device is basically like the regular, unlocked version of the Galaxy Note 8, but souped up to include additional business related functionalities in areas like security and productivity.
Remember the Galaxy Note 8buy one get one special offer that T-Mobile introduced around a couple of months ago? Well, that promotional deal unfortunately ended last October 17th. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States, however, is offering a new Galaxy Note 8 deal, one that promises a very generous discount.
Samsung has recently revealed that the preorder numbers of its latest phablet device, the Galaxy Note 8, in the United States mobile market has managed to beat that of any previous Galaxy Note handset release. Moreover, the newest addition to the South Korean tech giant’s Galaxy Note lineup of smartphones has done this even with a higher starting price ($930).
Not too long ago, there were only a trio of smartphone devices that come with support for Netflix’s HDR streaming feature -- namely LG’s G6 and V30 flagship handsets, as well as Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium.
The third biggest wireless carrier in America has recently decided to debut a new buy one get one deal for the Galaxy Note 8, the flagship device that Samsung had formally announced a little more than a week ago. Indeed, subscribers of T-Mobile who choose to buy the phablet can also get a second Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, or Galaxy S8 Plus, free of charge, after rebate.
Back in April earlier this year, DisplayMate had named Samsung’s flagship device, the Galaxy S8, as the smartphone with the first ever A+ grade in terms of the quality of the display. More than four months later, the firm is now recognizing the screen of the South Korean tech giant’s latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8, as the one to beat.
Samsung’s latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8, has support for Sprint’s High Performance User Equipment (HPUE), but unfortunately for another major US wireless carrier, T-Mobile, the device does not have support for the Uncarrier’s new 600 MegaHertz spectrum. Samsung had just formally announced the newest Galaxy Note lineup addition this week, with a price range of $950.
Now that Samsung has formally unveiled the newest addition to its Galaxy Note lineup of phablets, the next logical step (after poring through the device’s specifications and features) for any interested consumer is to find out what deals the country’s biggest wireless carriers are offering for the Galaxy Note 8. So here goes.
Not only did Samsung officially introduce its latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8, the South Korean phone maker also took the opportunity to offer a generous deal for current users of the Galaxy Note 8’s predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7. The deal is of a trade in kind, wherein those willing (and qualified) to barter their existing Galaxy Note 7 unit will get up to $425 by way of a promotional deal made available on Samsung’s official website.
As earlier promised, Samsung has formally announced the existence of the Galaxy Note 8, its newest addition to its Galaxy Note lineup of phablets. The announcement was made during a media event held in New York City.
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