6,000 cashback on Samsung Galaxy Note 9



Giant smartphone maker Samsung ‘s recently launched galaxy note 9 is one of the best Android smartphones. This premium smartphone comes in two variants of 128 GB and 512 GB of storage. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 ‘s 128 GB variant costs Rs 67,900 and the 512 GB variant is priced at Rs 84,900. If you are planning to buy Galaxy Note 9, then it may be the right time for you. 

  6000 cashback offers are available on the purchase of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from Flipkart, Amazon and PayTM Mall. Cashback will be available on purchasing from HDFC Bank’s credit or debit card from Flipkart and Amazon. When purchasing from Peti M Mall, you need to apply the promo code ‘NOTE9’ given on that page. In this way, after the cashback, the price of 128 GB variant will be Rs. 61,900 and 512 GB variant will be Rs. 78,900. Apart from this, these three e-commerce companies are also offering No Cost EMI on the purchase of Galaxy Note 9

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with a 6.4-inch quad HD + Super AMOLED (1440×2960 pixels) display. This handset has a 2.7 GHz octa-core Axinos 9810 processor. This tablet has 6 GB RAM and 128 GB inbuilt storage. Apart from this, there will also be an option of 8 GB RAM and 512 GB inbuilt storage. It is possible to extend the storage of both variants to 512 GB via microSD card. The Galaxy Note 9 runs on the Android 8.1 OS operating system. 

Talking about the camera, the Galaxy Note 9 has 12 megapixel rear sensors, which are equipped with autofocus and dual pixels OIS. For the selfie and video calling, this Samsung phone will have an 8-megapixel front camera with aperture F / 1.7. Speaking of power, this smartphone has a battery of 4000 mAh, which is a fast charging shop. The S Pen, which comes with the phone, has been better than ever and has Bluetooth connectivity. The Galaxy Note 9 IP comes with 68 ratings, which means that the phone will be safe on getting wet in the water. 

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