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Customers can now pre-order the Galaxy Note FE in Malaysia


Last updated: October 23rd, 2017 at 12:43 UTC+02:00

It was reported a couple of weeks back that the Galaxy Note FE launch might take place in Malaysia. It’s going to be the first country outside South Korea to receive the refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7. The confirmation about the Galaxy Note FE Malaysia launch came through last week.

Customers who want to pick one up can now pre-order Galaxy Note FE in Malaysia. Samsung Malaysia will be taking pre-orders for this handset for about a week.

Pre-Order Galaxy Note FE In Malaysia

Samsung Malaysia is going to take pre-orders for the Galaxy Note FE until October 24. The handset is going to be released in the country the very next day, October 25. It’s offering incentives to those who pre-order Galaxy Note FE in Malaysia. Customers will receive a one-year extended warranty and a one-year screen protection plan.

In order to get these incentives, customers have to pick up their unit from Samsung Experience Stores and authorized dealers. They also have to activate their mySamsung ownership account from October 25-31.

It’s not possible to pre-order this device online in Malaysia. Customers need to visit designated Samsung Experience Stores and authorized dealers to place their orders.

The Galaxy Note FE costs RM 2,599 in Malaysia which is about $620.

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