Galaxy Note 8 now available in Nigeria

Samsung has now launched the Galaxy Note 8 in Nigeria, following an announcement at the Four Points by Sheraton, Lagos a couple of weeks ago; however, customers wanting to purchase the handset will have a tough time seeing as it isn’t actually up for grabs yet.

Those interested will instead need to pre-register their interest in the Galaxy Note 8 before they’re given the opportunity to purchase one, but Samsung will award them a complimentary fast-charging battery back and protective cover for their troubles.

Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s most impressive smartphone to date

Unveiled back in August, the Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s most impressive smartphone to date, packing a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, an Exynos 8895 CPU, 6GB of RAM, a 12MP Dual rear-facing camera, an 8MP selfie shooter and a 3,300mAh battery.

Galaxy Note 8 Review: More than a Galaxy S8 with an S Pen

As you’re probably well aware by now, the handset, which is the firm’s first smartphone to feature a dual-camera setup, is also equipped with a slew of nifty software features, like a Live Focus camera mode, a Live Message GIF-creation tool and Dual Messenger.

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Samsung…. the smart Phone maker after my own heart.
i love Sammy phones, most especially the gimmicks, screen quality etc and they have kept the 3.5mm jack and SD Card slot which other OEMs are kicking for some reasons i dont know.
Well done Samsung.
i wish i have money to get one for myself, i wont even wait a second.