Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and S9+ released in alpine wine and polaris blue, respectively

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 - Alpine White

Samsung wants Santa to bring home its latest limited edition Alpine white Galaxy Note 9 and dual-tone Polaris blue Galaxy S9+. The South Korean giant, which self-proclaims as India’s most trusted brand has today announced two new colour variants of its two premium smartphones in India.

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With an intent to put out its phone ahead of the festive cheer before Christmas, the handset maker has put out two new colours of its Galaxy phones in India. Where one is a limited edition colour and other brings first dual-tone finish to S9+ catalogue.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and S9+ new colours

Premium smartphones must have a great colour palette, which is why the company has introduced a range of interesting colour choices for its handsets. This brings total six colour availability to the Galaxy S9+ range and five to the Galaxy Note 9.

Coming to the prices of these Galaxy phones, the new limited edition alpine white Galaxy Note 9 will be a 128GB model and retail in India for Rs 67,900. Whereas the Galaxy S9+ will be a 64GB model and retail in India at Rs 64,900.

Now since it’s a festive season introduction, there has to be a discount on this retail price tag. There is an exchange bonus of Rs 9,000 on exchanging select old smartphones or customers can avail a Rs 6,000 flat cashback if they purchase using an HDFC debit or credit card. Notably, there is an instant cashback offer on the Galaxy S9+ Polaris blue.

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Do these new colours of the Note 9 and S9+ peak your interest? Let us know in the comment section below would you buy it or not. 

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