Samsung appears to have taken a keen interest in enhancing sales of its 2017 flagship in India following the launch of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The company kicked things off by giving a substantial value slice to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ and tailed it up by propelling the Burgundy Red Galaxy S8 and S8+ in the nation only seven days after the launch. While the Galaxy Note 8 isn’t getting any less expensive at this time, Samsung India today propelled the Orchid Gray version of the Galaxy Note 8, bringing the total color choices to three for prospective consumers (the other two are Midnight Black and Maple Gold). Sales of the Orchid Gray start today, April 17th.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now available in Orchid Gray in India.
With the Galaxy Note 8 currently the most recent and best iteration of Samsung’s Note flagship lineup, it’s not surprising the company isn’t reducing the phone price— right now set at Rs. 67,990, Rs. 3,000 higher than the Galaxy S9+ — and just supporting the color options. Samsung is, however offering a Rs. 10,000 cashback to users who pay for the device through the Paytm wallet at all “leading retail stores”.
sadly, Samsung still hasn’t launch the Orchid Gray version of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, despite showing the color at the phone’s unvelling at the Mobile World Congress. Not that the lack of Orchid Gray makes it an essay choice between the other non-black color options : Coral Blue and Lilac Purple.