Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 in Kenya yesterday and as expected, the phone carries a hefty price tag of Ksh 105,000.
However, folks at Jumia are already throwing in a huge discount that will save you a cool Ksh 10,000. There’s no better way to kick off your weekend than with a new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 at a discounted price, but there’s a catch. Where paying the phone’s asking price of Ksh 105,000 also earns you a free 5100mAh power bank, the discounted Note 8, which is coming in courtesy of Easy Point Computers, doesn’t include any freebies.
Still, considering that the Galaxy Note 8 comes with a decent 3300mAh battery unit and support for fast charging technology to juice it up in a few minutes in case you land in the “battery low” problem, saving Ksh 10,000 looks a much better deal from my side of the table. Besides, you can still get a bigger power bank at a cheaper price, if you really need one.
Easy Point Computers is selling the Galaxy Note 8 in three color variants of Midnight Black, Maple Gold and Orchid Grey. In terms of specs, the Note 8 has a 6.3-inch AMOLED display screen with QHD+ resolution, an Exynos 8895 SoC mated with 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can also be expanded using a microSD card. The back camera has a dual 12MP unit with OIS, PDAF, 2x optical zoom and dual-tone LED flash while the front has an 8MP unit with an f/1.7 aperture, autofocus and support for 1440p video recording.
You can check out more Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specs and features here. To grab the deal, hit the source link below.
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