Galaxy Note 8: New Galaxy Smartphone Breaks All Pre-Sales Records

Advance orders exceed Note 7 clearly.

The anticipation for the Galaxy Note 8 is apparently huge among Samsung fans. Samsung announces new record sales of the Note 7 successor. In South Korea, the pre-orders for the Grade 8 have already exceeded the numbers of the predecessor by ten times on the first day.

The anticipation for the Galaxy Note 8 is apparently huge among Samsung fans. In the US and South Korea caused the announcement of the smartphone for new records in the pre-orders. In South Korea, according to a report from the daily Korea Herald, Samsung received 395,000 pre-orders on the first day of booking.

A new record! For comparison: so many pre-orders were received for the Galaxy Note 7 only after two weeks. For the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus, Samsung had received 550,000 pre-orders within two days. Most popular among pre-buyers in South Korea is the 64-gigabyte version in color blue.

The Galaxy Note 8 is also experiencing high demand in India. According to a report by the Economic Times, 250,000 people have secured a Galaxy Note 8 in advance. 72,000 orders were placed on the first day. Galaxy Note 8 is also famous in the USA. The number of pre-orders exceeds that of the predecessors, explained Samsung in a blog contribution. However, the company did not give exact figures. How the advance sale here is running is currently still unclear. Samsung Germany has not yet expressed itself.

The Galaxy Note 8 comes here on 15 September. Without a contract, the smartphone will cost $ 999 to market. Anyone who orders the new Galaxy by September 14th will receive the docking station Samsung DeX worth 160 euros for free. With this, the Galaxy Note 8 can be turned into a PC.

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