Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to hit Australia on Aug 19; preorders open Aug 5
Bigwig South Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung’s newest flagship handset -- the Galaxy Note 7 -- will be available for purchase in Australia with effect from August 19.
The preorders for the Galaxy Note 7 in Australia are scheduled to open on August 5. The device can be preordered from Samsung Retail and Samsung.com.au, as well as from Telstra, Vodafone, Optus, Virgin Mobile, JB Hi-Fi, and Harvey Norman.
As a preorder bonus, Samsung will give a 256GB microSD card to customers who preorder the Galaxy Note 7 before August 18.
The retail cost of the forthcoming Galaxy Not 7 handset in Australia will be AU$1,349, which will be marginally higher than theAU$1,249 retail cost of the Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone which was launched by Samsung earlier this year.
The Galaxy Note 7 will be available in three color options for Australian buyers --- black, silver and gold.
Some of the key features of the Galaxy Note 7 include 5.7-inch AMOLED display; a quad-core processor; 4GB RAM; an iris-scanning camera; microSD slot; a 3,5000 mAh battery; USB-C connector; and the S Pen stylus.
Following up on an unprecedented press release by...Read More
The French people are used to the presidential...Read More
Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron said...Read More
At 39 years of age, Emmanuel Macron is the bold,...Read More
The first round of voting in the French...Read More