Samsung has reduced the prices for some of its most popular flagships in Pakistan.
The prices have been reduced by up to Rs. 10,000 for the Galaxy S8+, Note 8, and the recently launched Galaxy S9+ as well. Price changes for these smartphones are as follows:
-> Galaxy S8+ price has been reduced from Rs. 89,999 to Rs. 84,999 – a difference of Rs. 5,000
-> Galaxy Note 8 now costs Rs. 89,999 after a Rs.10,000 reduction from the previous price of Rs. 99,999
-> Galaxy S9+ price has also been slashed by Rs. 10,000, and it now costs Rs. 111,999 instead of Rs. 121,999
These are the official prices for customers who want to buy these handsets directly from the company.
As for the specifications, the Galaxy S9+ is the latest one in the bunch and comes with a unique dual-aperture camera set up. It lets you change the aperture size between two presets so you can adjust the lighting based on the scene.
For the Note 8, it has almost the same internal specifications as the S8+ and also does not have the dual-aperture camera. Other than that, there’s a Snapdragon 835 (or Exynos 8895 for some variants), a dual-lens setup, and also Samsung’s signature Super AMOLED infinity display.
The S8+ was launched last year and has a premium glass build with trimmed, narrow bezels. It does not have a dual-lens setup, so you might want to consider the Note 8 or the S9+ if you want better photography features.