Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has another offer on Amazon India, where the individuals who buy the cell phone will be qualified for Rs 8,000 cashback as Amazon Pay Balance. The cashback offer is just legitimate on the Galaxy Note 8 cell phone and for those clients who run with prepaid methods of installment. In the event that you pick money down or card-on-conveyance for installment, at that point the cashback isn’t qualified.
- As indicated by the terms and conditions, this cashback is credited as Amazon Pay adjust inside 72 hours after the telephone has been dispatched. For the individuals who are purchasing under trade (turning in a more established telephone for the Galaxy Note 8 ) or running with No Cost EMI, the cashback will be included 20 days post shipment of the item.
- The cashback offer is legitimate till January 31, 2018. Amazon additionally says if the request is returned, crossed out or dismissed, at that point it won’t be qualified for cashback. Amazon Pay Balance can be utilized to buy items on the site, get portable paid ahead of time energizes and so on. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has not seen a value slice up until now and keeps on being sold at Rs 67,900 which was the dispatch cost. The Rs 8000 cashback conveys the viable cost to Rs 59,900 for the individuals who do take up the offer on Amazon India.
- As far as determinations and highlights, Galaxy Note 8 dons the 2K Infinity Display seen on Galaxy S8 arrangement, however this one has a greater 6.3-inch show. The cell phone is controlled by Exynos 8995 octa-center processor timed at 2.3Ghz, combined with 6GB RAM and 64 GB stockpiling which is expandable to 256GB). The back camera has two sensors: 12MP + 12MP and both accompany optical picture adjustment.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 gets Rs 8000 cashback offer on Amazon India
The front camera is 8MP and Galaxy Note 8 has a 3300 mAh battery on board. Obviously, there is the S-Pen, which an element is not offered by some other leader telephone in the market and it is at present on the Android Nougat, however the Android Oreo beta testing has started.