You can now preorder the Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung are taking preorders on their newly-announced Samsung Note 8 which has a healthy price-tag of £869.00. The Samsung upgrade programme is also available from £32.58 per month. Order yours today from Samsung’s UK site in time for its release on 16th September, 2017.
Why preorder from Samsung?
Because you can turn your new luxury phone into a desktop-like experience with the DeX station which is worth £139 but given free when you preorder the Samsung Note 8 with Samsung.
Samsung upgrade programme note: Total amount payable is £869.00 spread across a 24 month term at an interest rate of 0% p.a. (fixed) equating to monthly payments of £32.58 and an initial deposit of £86.90.
There are a few accessories that you might want to think about purchasing to make sure you’re ready to stylize up your Note 8 when it arrives.
Galaxy Note 8 Cases From £5
There’s nothing worse than purchasing a phone costing near enough a grand and getting a cracked screen or scratch on it in the first couple of weeks which makes it look anything but new. Keep your mind at peace and buy a case from as little as £5 and no more than £20.
Samsung EVO+ 256GB Micro SDXC Card
We all know how much new-gen phones are storage-hungry when pictures are all now taken in using high resolutions and videos are all recorded in 4K, so why not beef up your storage from the off. I picked this ultra high speed class 10 SDXC card with U3 compatibility because it is ideal for 4K UHD video recording and playback and has blazing-fast read and write speeds of up to 95 MB/s and 90 MB/s respectively, you can transfer files and shoot photos with minimal lag.
Save 20% on a Anker PowerCore 20100 Portable Power Bank
Do you find your phone battery often dies before the end of the day? Well we predict the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 won’t be any different when it comes to starving your battery. To avoid, you should buy a portable charger so you can keep it pumped up with battery while on the go.
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