Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ started selling in major markets across Europe, Asia and America on August 23, but Kenyans, like many others across the globe, had to wait until a week or so later before getting their hands on these beauties.
Samsung Kenya says the devices can be purchased in-store at any of their Experience Stores countrywide. Where the standard Galaxy Note 10 goes for Kshs 104,000, the high-end Galaxy Note 10+ can be had for Kshs 120,000.
That’s a lot of money, which is why this latest deal on the Galaxy Note 9 should interest you. Initially priced at Kshs 105,000, the Galaxy Note 9 saw a significant discount on Masoko back in July that brought its price to Kshs 85,000.
Today, you can have this same phone at Kshs 70,000, another Kshs 15,000 discount from last time out. This is the dual SIM variant, which makes it even better for many out there. With retailers looking to bring the Galaxy Note 10 in stock, it doesn’t surprise me that the Note 9 is seeing such a huge discount.
To recall, the Galaxy Note 9 ships with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display screen with QHD+ resolution, an Exynos 9810 chipset, 6GB RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, a dual 12MP main camera, an 8MP selfie camera, and a 4000mAh battery charged via a USB-C port. And yea, it does include a 3.5mm audio jack, something you won’t find on the Note 10, alongside a bunch of other fancy features to match its flagship status.
Although it runs Android Oreo out of the box, there’s a ready update to Android 9 Pie. Samsung will also update the Galaxy Note 9 to Android 10, although this could happen somewhere in January or February 2020.