Samsung has marked the beginning of the festive season by announcing new colour options for both of its flagship smartphones that were launched this year. The Samsung Galaxy S9+ — which till now was only available in Blue and Sunrise Gold colour variants — will now also be available in Burgundy Red colour. And customers can now buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Lavender Purple colour variant besides the Ocean Blue, Midnight Black and Artisan Copper.
That’s not all. Customers can also avail festive season offers if they are planning to buy the two smartphones. To begin with, if you buy the Samsung Galaxy S9+ or the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 using HDFC bank credit/debit card or Paytm Mall, you’ll be eligible for getting a cashback of Rs 6,000. And if you already own a Galaxy smartphone and are upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, you will be able to get an additional Rs 6,000 as an exchange bonus.
Galaxy Watch is also available at a discount to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 buyers. The smartwatch — which is otherwise available at Rs 24,999 — can be bought by Note 9 buyers at just Rs 9,999.
While the 128GB storage version of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is priced at Rs 67,900, the 512GB model costs Rs 84,900. With a cashback offer of Rs 6,000, the price of the base model will come down to Rs 61,900 and the cost of 512GB storage variant will become Rs 79,900.
Speaking of Samsung Galaxy S9+, its base model is priced at Rs 64,900, the 128GB storage version is available at Rs 68,900 and the 256GB storage variant bears a price tag of Rs 72,900. With the cashback offer rolled in, the base model’s price will come down to Rs 58,900, the 128GB storage version will cost Rs 62,900 and the 256GB storage variant will be priced at Rs 66,900.
Also for festive season offers, Aditya Babbar, General Manager, Mobile Business, Samsung India said, “Festive season is the time when our consumers look forward to upgrading to newer smartphones and technologies. This is best time to own our latest powerful flagship smartphones that are now available in exciting new colours and come with compelling offers, adding to the festive cheer.”
Earlier this month, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 also received an update that claims to make the camera experience on the phablet better. According to a report in Android Police, the update fine-tunes a number of things in Galaxy Note 9’s camera. It has enhanced the way day and night HDR is controlled and improved the brightness of faces in backlit conditions. In a nutshell, the new update is aimed at enhancing the colours when using the phablet for photography.