During the limited time pre-order period, the Note 10+ would be available at the Tk1,34,500, after a discount of Tk10,000 from the regular price, a press release said on Thursday
Samsung Mobile Bangladesh has announced the pre-order of its latest flagship device Galaxy Note 10+ in the Bangladeshi market.
During the limited time pre-order period, the Note 10+ would be available at the Tk1,34,500, after a discount of Tk10,000 from the regular price, a press release said on Thursday.
To pre-order, customers have to visit www.preordernote10.com .
The Galaxy Note 10+ comes with 7nm Exynos 9825 processor, 12GB of LPDDR4X RAM, 256GB of ROM, 4300 mAh battery which gets fully charged within an hour and a 6.8” WQHD+ Dynamic Amoled near bezel less display. The rear quad cameras offer unparallel video stabilization, live focus on video, professional grade video editing in the phone among other unique features.
All this power & creativity will be showcased on the glorious The smartphone is available in Aura Black and Aura Glow colours.
The City Bank’s AMEX credit card users could avail another additional cashback of Tk5,000 when purchase would made through EMI (0% interest, upto 18 months).
Also, for exchange offer, up to Tk20,000 additional cashback would offered on top of the determined exchange value (applicable for selected models of smartphones only from particular brands).
Offer also include up to Tk100,000 discount voucher for selected Samsung Real 4K UHD Smart TV. Upon purchase of 2nd Year Warranty, one-time screen replacement (Never mind offer) is Free.
Grameenphone subscribers could avail free 20GB Internet upon tagging and get upgraded to Platinum Plus Star in GP Star program. The pre-order period would be till August 31, the release added.
Muyeedur Rahman, head of Mobile of Samsung Bangladesh, said: “The Note 10+ is for the generation who seeks work-fun balance in their life. It is also for the generation which looks for meaning and purpose in everything they do. For those who demand the best, we present our best smartphone.”