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Samsung Is Offering This Gadget Worth Rs 22,900 At Rs 4,999 To Galaxy Note 9 Buyers

Samsung has announced a special offer for its 2018 flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 9. As part of the offer, customers buying 512GB variant of Galaxy Note 9 will be eligible to purchase Samsung EVO Plus 512GB memory card at a discounted price of Rs 4,999. The memory card is originally priced at Rs 22,900.

Notably, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes in two storage variants– 128GB and 512GB. It features a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display and is backed by 4000mAh battery. With the current offer, prospective buyers of 512GB variant can get up to 1TB storage through microSD card support.

1TB Special Offer

As previously mentioned, consumers who purchase Galaxy Note 9 512GB variant will get a Samsung EVO Plus 512GB memory card at price of Rs 4,999 after a flat discount of Rs 17,900. The new microSD card supports reading and writing speeds of up to 100 MB/s and 90 MB/s, respectively. It comes with 4-proof technology, which makes it resistant against water, magnet, X-ray and temperature. It is important to note here that the offer is valid till December 31.

Customers can also avail an exchange bonus of Rs 9,000 on exchanging select old smartphones. Alternately, they can also avail a cashback of Rs 6,000 on purchases done using HDFC credit and debit card.

Additionally, the South Korean electronic company has announced “1TB challenge” on social media. As part of the challenge, users are required to share their memories of 2018 through WhatsApp. Of the these, three participants will be gifted Galaxy Note 9 1TB ready devices. The challenge will kickstart this week.

“Galaxy Note 9 is a true performance powerhouse, meant for those who ‘Want-it-all’. With the 1TB ready Galaxy Note 9, we continue our philosophy of meaningful innovation and deliver unmatched performance to our users. Consumers no longer need to worry about what to delete from their phone and can let their performance and imagination go to the next level,” said Aditya Babbar, Mobile Business General Manager, Samsung India. – Gadgets Now

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