The year is coming to an end, which means we’ll soon see the next generation of mobile devices. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has been leaked in all of its quad rear camera glory, and everyone is excited to hear more about Samsung’s next flagship.
However, the existence of the next generation flagship does not take away from the positives of the current generation products. The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 are serious performers by themselves, all of which will continue on as being great choices even in 2019, and at better value for money than when they were released (due to lower pricing).
Samsung is now renewing the attention towards the Note 9 and S9+ by releasing new color variants in India. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now available in a limited-edition Alpine White, complete with a white stylus; while the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is now available in a dual-tone radiant Polaris Blue color.
With the launch of these colors, the Galaxy Note 9 is now available in India in five colors, including Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Metallic Copper, Lavender Purple and Alpine White; while the Galaxy S9+ is now available in Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Lilac Purple, Sunrise Gold, Burgundy Red and Polaris Blue.
The Alpine White color variant of the Galaxy Note 9 will be available in 128GB memory variant for a price of ₹67,900 ($965) and the Polaris Blue color variant of the Galaxy S9+ will be available in 64GB memory variant for a price of ₹64,900 ($920). Both the devices can be pre-ordered from the Samsung Online Shop and across other selected platforms from 7th December. The devices will also be available at offline stores from 10th December onwards. Both the devices also come with offers from Samsung and partner banks. Customers can avail an exchange bonus of ₹9,000 on exchanging select old smartphones. Alternately, customers can avail ₹6,000 cashback, if they pay through HDFC credit or debit cards. Additionally, customers can avail ₹3,000 Instant Cashback on Galaxy S9+ Polaris Blue.
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