Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pre-order to start in India from August 10

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 - Press renders

Samsung is going to release its second flagship smartphone for the year, the Note 9. This upcoming Galaxy Note could be the last of its kind, as industry reports have suggested that S10 will come in three variants. One of which will come with a Stylus. This will beat the purpose of introducing a Note 10 smartphone next year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Availability

Well, enough of the speculations, let’s talk about the real deal. The new Samsung phone is believed to be going on pre-order the next day from its announcement day. Samsung officially announced that its Note 9 will be official on August 9. Now a tweet from a respected editor in the industry suggests that it would be available for pre-order in India from August 10.

For those who are asking the availability of the device in the country. The tweet also states that the phone would be available for sale starting August 22. This means within two weeks of the launch announcement, users in India could get their hands on the device. Unfortunately, this isn’t official yet, but the word of @DigitalllyBones, then there is nothing much to ponder but wait for these dates.

To jog up your memory on the Note 9, the handset has been leaked numerous times. There’s not much surprise left in terms of design, specifications, and even the price as Indonesia pricing leaked recently. Since the above information regarding pre-order and availability dates isn’t official. We suggest you take it with a pinch of salt. 

Now tell us, would you be interested in buying the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in India? Drop your answers in the comments below.

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