Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pre-registration starts in India: How to register and things you should know

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Samsung's latest flagship device the Galaxy Note 8 is now up for pre-registrations in India. Well, Samsung fans, as well as interested people, can now visit the Samsung India website to register for the device. After registering they will receive the latest updates about the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pre-registration starts in India: Things to know

People will need to enter their name, email, mobile number, and pin code. While these are mandatory fields, interested customers will also need to fill in details about what they are expecting from Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Well, they could further go with the options like a superior camera, a premium, and stylish design, enhanced battery life, water and dust resistance, powerful gaming performance, and enhanced virtual reality experience. Users have to tick the options on the check boxes. They can mark more than one box.

Once that is done, people will now need to accept Samsung's Privacy Policy. Basically, they will have to decide whether they would like to be contacted by the company in future as well. Then they can type out a code displayed in a box. Finally, they can click on 'Register' to pre-book the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

In any case going by the reports, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been rumored to hit retail shelves in India most likely in the last week of September. According to reports, the first batch of units will be released from September 25 onwards.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled at company's Unpacked event in New York on August 23. And the company is making the Galaxy Note 8 available in the US and its home market South Korea starting September 15. While we do not have the India pricing yet, the device has been priced at $930 (approximately Rs. 59,357) in the US, and at £869 (approximately Rs. 71,833) in the UK.

As for the expected price in India, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may be priced at Rs. 65,000-70,000. Meanwhile, Samsung could only bring 64GB and 128GB variants in India. The 256GB variant could take some more time to reach the country.

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