Samsung has officially introduced the Galaxy Note 9 in the limited-edition Alpine White colour to the Indian market. Additionally, the older Galaxy S9+ will also be available in a dual-tone Polaris Blue finish variant which was previously launched in a few international markets. The new colour variants of the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9+ will come with the same price tag as existing models in the market. The Alpine White edition of Galaxy Note 9 will be available with a 128GB variant only and it will be priced at Rs. 67,900 and Galaxy S9+ Polaris Blue will come with 64GB storage variant and they will come with a price tag of Rs. 64,900. Also, these smartphones are available for pre-order at Samsung Online Store and also across selected online platforms from today. These devices will be available through offline stores from Monday, December 10.
According to the General Manager, Mobile Business, Samsung India, Aditya Babbar, the customers are continuously looking to express themselves differently by customising their devices. Colour plays a major role in that customisation. These devices will expand the colour variants with modern styles which walks along an elegant and classic look. Both of these devices have received a great response from customers, which is why the company is excited to launch these new colour variants. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched in August earlier this year in four colour variants – Ocean Blue, Metallic Copper, Midnight Black, and Lavender Purple. The new Alpine white colour variant is very similar to the Snow white colour variant which was launched in Taiwan last month.
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