Ash, 08 Sep 2017If you are in India it's certainly not gonna be for $1000 I am willing to bet that it will be ... moreI know dude, that is why the + sign so anything above 1000 USD equivalent is not good haha. But 1+5 is not my cup of tea. Above that, I am a creator so I need video recording features and LG V30 have them inbuilt (less post production for me).
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2017Indians don't buy expensive phones. They buy affordable phones. It will fail to sale almost 10... moreDo the math buddy, even 0.5% of 1.2 billion people is a huge number... I bet there are more than 5% of that population who can afford note 8 with total financial freedom.
OfficialTRider, 08 Sep 2017For USD 1000+ it is really expensive for me so I'll rather buy the poor man's flagship LG V30,... moreIf you are in India it's certainly not gonna be for $1000 I am willing to bet that it will be more close to $1400 and for that price you can buy 3 one plus 5's.
For USD 1000+ it is really expensive for me so I'll rather buy the poor man's flagship LG V30, whose video recording features have given me the motive to buy it. And it is going to be around USD 900 and by Christmas, it will be cheap as hell.
Preorders are live in Indonesia. The price is around US$980 per today rate. Free around $140 AKG speaker. I was expecting to get the wireless charger though.
Not pricier then apple but I think apple cn pull off such prices bcoz of iOS but for android it's hefty, me being a note fan since note2 days can't think of spending that much on a phone .. I can get a good bike or an activa or a good laptop for this price .. no I reject this price thoroughly and not buying for sure
Iphone 8 is also coming on 12 people will wait for it to buy note series is fail in india and another thing people of india showoff with iPhones
The preorder bonus in South Korea has to be the worst around the world. Preordering 64GB version gets you a $100 discount voucher off accessories at the Samsung store. Bluetooth speaker if you preorder 256GB version.
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2017Indians don't buy expensive phones. They buy affordable phones. It will fail to sale almost 10... moreAs an India, I can tell you that being so many in number, even niche segments have sizable volumes for many product categories
Generally speaking, let's say that it is a sort of a good news. But it will be quite interesting to see how much the Note 8 will be a sort of a best-seller in India or not. At about €1000 or so (converted to rupees). Or if maybe Samsung will offer some kind of a price cut or extra freebies, exclusively for the Indian market.
If the sources here say that it'll be launched in India for $960 I don't find it correct at all because it translates it to Rs.61500 which is cheaper than S8+ 64GB which wouldn't happen for sure, mostly it is predicted to launch at Rs.69900 (~$1100) and it will be a fail for that price.
Indians don't buy expensive phones. They buy affordable phones. It will fail to sale almost 1000$ phone in India.
Par for the course for Samsung though. Great phone no doubt, but personally i dont see myself spending more than 500 USD for a phone.