The Note 7 is expensive, very expensive. Samsung is putting forward a slew of promotion offers to soften the blow to the customer’s credit card. The Note 7 will retail for a final price of around $850. When your pre-order the device, Samsung will allow the customer to choose either a 256 GB memory card or the Gear fit 2 as a gift.
That doesn’t end there. The Korean tech giant also has the Samsung pay mobile payment service. To get more number of users on board, it will offer a $20 credit to anyone who registers their card and make their first purchase using the service. In some countries, Samsung is also offering the new Gear VR headset for free but this offer is not for the united states.
With the Galaxy S7 being the first Vulkan API compatible phone, Samsung positioned the devices as mobile gaming hardware. The Note 7 continues the trend. Samsung Is extending a Vulkan game pack that is worth $400 to let the users experience the true potential of the Note 7.
Need for Speed No Limits, Hit, Vainglory, Olympus Rising, Nonstop Knight, Empire: Four Kingdoms, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, MARVEL Contest of Champions, Asphalt 8: Airborne, Hungry Shark World, Angry Birds Pop Bubble Shooter, Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes, SimCity Free Play and Clash of Kings are some of the titles in the game pack.
Apart from that, the carriers are eager to capture many customers. They are offering buy one get one free scheme for those who buy the device.