Galaxy Note 8.0 to Hit US on April 11, Costs $400

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Galaxy Note 8.0 hitting US for $400

Just like debut in the UK, now Samsung announces that the Galaxy Note 8.0 is going to hit the United States on April 11, tomorrow. The device will be available for just $400. It means most of the people can easily purchase the Note 8.0 due to its reasonable price and rapid availability.

Bear in your mind that it will be available from Samsung, as well as Best Buy, Amazon, Staples, Newegg and others.

However, the accessories for the approaching Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available from around mid of April. They include some attractive Book Covers in grey, green, pink, white HDMI and USB adapters and travel charges. There could be some additional items of this nature.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will be completely preloaded with content, expected  at around $200, such as 1 month limitless music hub streaming, 50GB of free Dropbox storage for 24 months.

There is a limited voucher of $25 belongs to Google Play and will be given to the individual who gets register for the product. This is a great offer and one should take benefit from it. Samsung is pretty hopeful that their Galaxy Note 8.0 will be a great success in the United States.

That’s the reason why they are facilitating the device with accessories and attractive vouchers. The Note 8.0 will debut the company’ new WatchON service which works just like digital TV guide. I hope you must be getting curious to see this new premiere service.

Do not get worried about the release date as the product is going to hit the market shelves tomorrow (April 11). We wish you very best of luck with new Galaxy Note 8.0.

 

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