The latest Galaxy Note is getting back with a stomp! sporting dual cameras and S Pen, Samsung really worked hard on this phone to get back on its feet. The question now is, how much does the Philippine electronic consumers will pay to get this handset?
Considering the two mentioned additional feature, there isn’t much of a difference compared to its relative S8+.
Just don’t be surprised with the price. Because you’ll realize that you get what you pay for.
According to our source, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in about two weeks time starting today and will retail for Php 49,990
The Philippine market will be treated initially with two variants: maple gold and midnight black. While the other two colors: deep sea blue and orchid gray will have to wait a little bit longer.