If you don’t mind not having the latest, the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is still a capable flagship smartphone and you can get it now at a much lower price tag. Launched originally at RM3,999, a couple of online retailers have started offering last year’s productivity phablet with an S Pen for less than RM2,500.
While everyone’s getting ready for the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note9 launch, we’ve found a treat for those of you who want a Samsung flagship but don’t care for the S-Pen. Fancy a Galaxy S9+ for RM410 off?
UPDATE: It’s now available on Malaysian units. Just make sure you’re on the latest software update.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ were the first Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphones to feature landscape mode for its home screen and app drawer. This gave the devices a tablet-like experience, making it convenient to navigate thru the interface while you’re holding it in landscape. Now it appears that Samsung is extending this landscape feature to last year’s flagships.
Previously, you can get a Samsung smartphone with 1-month free instalment when you pick up the device on an Easy Payment Plan. Now you can enjoy even more savings on a new Galaxy Note8 in Malaysia. Not only you pay less with 0% GST, Samsung is now offering two months EPP waiver for a limited time.
Samsung has just reopened its Premium Care Centre at Plaza Low Yat in Kuala Lumpur. In conjunction with its reopening, they are offering 30% discount on parts and repairs as well as add-on protection plans and warranty for your Galaxy device.
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Want to pay less for a Samsung Galaxy smartphone without being tied to a telco contract? Senheng and senQ have got an offer just for you. If you purchase the one of the stated devices on a 12-month instalment plan, you can enjoy up to RM334 off from the retail price. That means if you are planning to get a Galaxy S9+ 128GB, you can get it for less than RM3,700 now.
That’s not all, the Samsung Galaxy smartphones offer is also applicable to the Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy A8+. Read on to find out more.
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After weeks of waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is finally getting its Android 8.0 Oreo update in Malaysia. If you bought your Galaxy Note8 with official Samsung Malaysia warranty, you should be able to download the update now.
Samsung has been quite slow when it comes to Android Oreo updates and even the first devices of the year, the Galaxy A8 and A8+, were launched with Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. Since last month, Samsung appears to be taking software updates more seriously as they have just updated both Galaxy S8 and S8+ to the latest Android 8.0 with Samsung Experience 9.0.
If you’re using a Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy A (2017) series smartphone, your Android Oreo update is just around the corner,
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Remember that animation that we shared awhile back which was illustrated entirely on the Samsung Galaxy Note8? If you were wondering how it was done, Samsung Malaysia has released a bit of a behind the scenes look at the entire process.