Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now available in Orchid Gray in India

With the launch of Orchid Gray edition Galaxy Note 8 will be available in a rich colour palette that also includes Midnight Black and Maple Gold.

By: | Updated: 17 Apr 2018 10:10 PM
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now available in orchid gray: Price, offers and more

Samsung India today announced the launch of its best-selling flagship, Galaxy Note8, in the Orchid Gray colour. Photo: Samsung

NEW DELHI: Samsung India today announced the launch of its best-selling flagship, Galaxy Note8, in the Orchid Gray colour. With the launch of Orchid Gray edition Galaxy Note 8 will be available in a rich colour palette that also includes Midnight Black and Maple Gold.

The Orchid Gray edition of Galaxy Note8 will be offered to consumers at INR 67,900 with an additional Paytm cashback of INR 10, 000 at all leading retail stores.

With Galaxy Note8, you get a big, immersive Infinity Display that fits comfortably in one hand, S Pen to communicate in more personal ways, and Samsung’s true Dual Camera with dual Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) to capture stunning photos in all conditions.

For more advanced photo-taking, Galaxy Note8’s Live Focus feature lets you control the depth of field by allowing you to adjust the bokeh effect in preview mode and even after you take the photo.

The latest edition of Samsung Galaxy Note8 will be available for sale from April 17. ­­

Since its inception, the Note series’ defining feature has been its S Pen. Capable of sensing 4,096 levels of pressure, the new improved S Pen in the Galaxy Note 8 also sports IP68 certification for water and dust resistance.

One of the most talked about features of the Galaxy Note 8 is: Live Message. It lets users create doodles, animated texts or live emojis and use various pen gestures to even edit photos.

The department where Galaxy Note 8 surpasses its rival smartphones is the camera, the most hotly-contested feature in flagship smartphones. Note 8 was the first device from Samsung that includes a dual-camera setup. Both lenses are aided by optical image stabilization - a first for a dual-camera phone.

Samsung takes on Apple's boasted Portrait shooting mode with 'Live Focus' in its Galaxy Note 8, and the feature works like a charm. It gives you more control and lets you adjust the intensity of the blur effect both before and after you shoot.

And for those who are fans on the Note series, Note 8 is, notably, the most advanced 'Note'. Note 8 sports top-notch features such as 64-bit Exynos 8895 octa-core processor chipset with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.
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