Samsung ditches most sought after feature in Galaxy Note 9, reports

Samsung ditches most sought after feature in Galaxy Note 9, reports

Samsung ditches most sought after feature in Galaxy Note 9, reports

In Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus there are numerous power-packed features but they still lack the spark of this 3D face-recognition latest technology.

Read our review to know more about Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+.

After Samsung announced higher speeds on the Galaxy S9 at the Indian launch on Jio and Airtel networks, Reliance Digital has now announced that the 256 GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will now be exclusively sold at their retail stores across India. The S9, on the other hand, is just an S series version of the Galaxy Note 8. T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T all had trade-in offers worth at least $350 for anyone who pre-ordered, and Samsung and Best Buy have also had discounts for pre-orders. The smartphone is exclusively available on Amazon and customers can also avail no cost EMI offer from all the major banks.

With this arrangement, the Galaxy S9 64GB + Galaxy S8 64GB would cost you RM3,299 while the Galaxy S9+ 128GB and Galaxy S8 64GB combo is going for RM3,999. Samsung itself is offering an extra Rs 6000 off upon exchanging select older Samsung phones. One can go for the purchase of the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ with a down payment of Rs. 9,900 and eventually pay Rs. 2,499 every month for a total of 24 months, with the inclusion of 2TB of data at the time span.

Samsung has just released the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus flagship, and it turns out it was a good deal to have an updated Galaxy S8 with nearly all the features of the Galaxy Note 8. You'll also get notification dots and new emoji, both of which freshen up the experience a bit. And the prepaid users recharging Rs. 199 will be eligible to get the unlimited voice as well as 1.4GB per day with an extra 10GB free data every month until they complete 10 recharges.

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