Samsung mobile Nepal has just started the pre-booking for the Samsung Galaxy A7 2018. The A7 2018 is the first Samsung phone to come with three rear cameras at the rear. There’s also a beefy 24-megapixel camera at the front. The phone is available for pre-booking starting on 12th of October and runs until the 4th of November.
Anyone holding on for the Galaxy Note 9, here’s a good news! The Note 9 is officially available in Nepal. The phone was available for pre-order until the 30th of August. The price of the Galaxy Note 9 is Rs. 1,09,900 in Nepal.
Just a few days ago, we had our hands-on experience with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The phone is now available for pre-booking and can be yours for just Rs. 1,09,900. While it may not look cheap, compare the price to the price of the phone in the international market including India and the US, and you will be surprised to know that the price is the lowest in Nepal.
Samsung Nepal hosted a Bloggers Meet before the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Nepal. The Bloggers Meet, as always, was an interactive session between the Bloggers and the team from Samsung Nepal where we primarily discussed the upcoming Galaxy Note 9.
After the grand success with the Huawei Nova 2i, the company is bringing two new models to the market: the Huawei Nova 3i and the Huawei Nova 3. The two phones which were available for pre-order until yesterday will be available from retail stores across Nepal starting tomorrow.
If you are a tech-savvy, you should already know about Anker. They are the leading phone accessories brand and are best sellers in many countries including the US. The company has officially made its way into Nepal and they have priced their products aggressively.
Samsung has just unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and as you would expect, it comes loaded with features. For starters, it is the first Samsung Note phone to with come with a 4000mAh battery. While the phone is yet to be officially available, we can expect the price of the Galaxy Note 9 in Nepal to be in the neighborhood of Rs.1,05,000. This pricing is for the base 6GB/128GB variant.
Let’s be honest here. Samsung has been struggling selling phones in the mid-range market thanks to some excellent mid-range offerings. Their J-series of smartphones sell well but that’s in the Rs.30,000 price segment. In the Rs.50,000 price segment, the phones from Samsung fall flat. With the Samsung Galaxy A6+, the company is looking to change all that. But can it do it? Let’s find out in this Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus In-depth review.