Samsung Mobile Nepal is giving away Level Flex Bluetooth headset free with every purchase of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
If you are wondering, what the Level Flex Bluetooth Headset is?
It’s a wireless headset from Samsung, which is designed to be rugged and said to be able to withstand harsh conditions. The neckband is designed to be flexible by up to 100 degrees, which means you can contour it to easily fit in your pants pocket or a small hand bag. The controls and ports are placed on both ends of the neckband. On the left, we have buttons to control music playback, a power button and a Micro-USB port. On the right, there’s a dedicated button called Active Key, which can be customized to access various functions like the clock, timer, Samsung Health, favorites or voice assistants like Bixby.
Additionally, with the purchase of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, you will get 1GB of free data, every month from Ncell for 8 months, along with the breakage coverage from Shikhar insurance for 6 months.
Currently, the flagships are priced at MRP Rs, 76900 and Rs. 86900 for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus respectively. The phones are also available in installments, via Laxmi Bank, Mega Bank, Nabil Bank and Prabhu Bank.
About the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus
Talking about the phone, the regular galaxy s8 with have 5.8in display whereas the plus variant will have the 6.2in display. The new display will have an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 with 2960×1440 pixels. The physical home button will no longer be part of the gorgeous display of the Samsung Galaxy S8. The fingerprint scanner is also at the rear right next to the camera lens which seems in the odd position. It’s still how the Samsung fan will react to this. And there won’t be Samsung logo on the front. With the removal of the physical button, there will be soft keys. The navigation bar is customizable, even down to the background color and the order of the function keys.
To power the phone, there is a 10 nm octa-core processor that is likely to be a choice of the latest Snapdragon or the latest Exynos depending on the region, 4 GB of RAM, expandable storage, a headphone jack, a 3,000 mAh battery for the S8 and a 3,500 mAh battery for the S8 Plus.
Aside from the Bixby layer, the camera is also quite familiar and sticks to the tried and true setup of previous years. 12 MP for the rear camera at f/1.7 aperture gets some post-processing enhancements that seams together multiple versions of the same frame for better detail. The camera is quite familiar and sticks to the tried and true setup of previous years. The front facing camera is 8 MP at the same aperture, with some smart autofocus capabilities now built-in.
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