Samsung Opens Up Pre-Registrations For Galaxy Note 8 in Australia
Earlier today, we had reported about the Galaxy S8 Active, where had showcased some of the leaked images of the same. And now, we have yet another new report, however, this time, it is about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Yes, we now have new reports which state that the company has now opened up pre-registrations for the upcoming Galaxy smartphone in Australia.
Yes, you read that right, the company has now opened up pre-registrations for the next Galaxy, where you can head over to the link (given at the end) and register yourself to be the first one to know when the next Galaxy drops. The pre-registration page is pretty straightforward. Once you enter the page, you will be greeted with a form, asking you for your basic details like name, email, mobile number, carrier details and also Instagram account if you have one. Now, this is quite unusual, but yes, you can give these details.
Once you give all the details and accept the terms and conditions, you can submit the from. This came as pleasant surprise since Australia is not amongst the first countries to get the next Galaxy smartphone. So it is tough to judge if the page went live by mistake. However, the page is still live and they are still accepting pre-registrations, which makes us believe that this is not a mistake. As mentioned earlier, you can head over to the source link and check it out.
Talking about the smartphone itself, the company will be unveiling it on August 23d in New York City. This is expected to be the first dual camera smartphone from Samsung and considering the fact that the previous note phablet had a hard time surviving in the market, Samsung would have made sure that everything is in place. This indeed will be the best Galaxy Note smartphone we have seen so far and we definitely can’t wait to get our hands on the device when it launches here in India.
And speaking of its India launch, we don’t have any info as to when the company will be launching it here in India. If you are interested, then we suggest you stay tuned to PhoneRadar. Also, let us know your thoughts on this by leaving a comment down below.
Source – Samsung