Samsung 8

Samsung lovers can now pre-order the new Galaxy S8 and S8 plus across Thailand.

Shops are taking orders from the 17th till 23rd of April with an unconfirmed delivery date of April 28th.

Anyone who places an order will benefit from free accessories worth in the region of 7000 baht.

So how much can we expect to pay for Samsung’s new flagship phone?

The bottom end model has a price tag of 27,900 baht for S8. For those of you wish to purchase the larger S8 Plus, you can expect to pay an additional 3000 baht.

You can place your order at Samsung stores or most AIS, Dtac and Truemove shops throughout the country.

Last week Samsung’s mobile business chief Koh Dong-Jin said that globally pre-orders for the Galaxy S8 had ex’eeded those of its predecessor the Galaxy S7.

It’s still a bit early, but initial responses to the pre-orders that have begun at various places across the world have been better than expected, Mr Koh said at a media briefing.

Analysts have predicted the Galaxy S8 could set a new sales record for the Korean tech firm, with users seemingly unfazed by the battery problems that affected the Galaxy Note 7 handset last year.

Samsung says its new smartphones are the start of a new era and include such features as iris recognition, improved processor and innovative bezel less design.

However, in what is a setback for the Korean firm, Samsung last week announced that Bixby, it’s in house voice based virtual assistant will be not included as planned when the S8 and S8+ launch globally on April 21.


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