Samsung Galaxy S8 | S8+ Prices Announced! Here's Are The Offers When You Pre-order

4/07/2017 Joshua Wong 14 Comments

As announced earlier, the Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+ will be available for pre-order starting 11th April 2017 but the price wasn't mentioned.

Yesterday Samsung Malaysia Electronics has announced the official price and the promotion when you pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy S8+



The smaller Galaxy S8 will be priced at RM 3,299 where the Galaxy S8+ will be at RM 3,699.

The pre-order will be running from 11th April 2017, 10am to 13rd April 2017, 11.59pm and may shorten the campaign as the pre-order are limited.

For those who are successfully to place order on either the Galaxy S8 or S8+ will receive a Limited Edition Started Kit that consists of a clear cover, a screen protector, a wireless charger stand and an USB Type-C cable. On top of that Samsung Malaysia also giving away a sleek 5,100 mAh battery pack and Samsung Protection Plus that covering mechanical and electrical breakdowns as well as accidental damage.

The Protection Plus give 1 year screen crack protection that allows for one-time replacement in a 12 month period for accidental damage and an additional 1 year extended warranty. All these bundled package are worth over RM 900 in complimentary and only available for those who pre-ordered.



This is what you need to know if you want to get the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+

1. Visit www.samsung.com/my/s8preorder from 10:00am 11th April until 11:59pm 13th April 2017.
2. Place a deposit of RM300 online via debit or credit card.
3. Select from the three colour options – Midnight Black, Orchid Gray or Maple Gold.
4. Choose your preferred Samsung Experience Store to collect your brand new Galaxy S8 or S8+.
5. An email confirmation will be sent to the registered email address.
6. Collect your Galaxy S8 or S8+ on 4th May 2017, a day before everyone else gets their hands on this device at the official Malaysian launch!

There are also concurrent promotion of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ pre-order by telco, online store and mass merchants;

- Celcom
- Maxis
- DiGi
- U Mobile
- Yes
- Lazada Malaysia
- 11street
- Courts Mammoth
- Harvey Norman
- Senheng

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  3. I am facing dilemma in choosing which samsung smartphone to be purchased. Samsung S8 and S8+ seem same, just the size, any review?

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  4. Lol yeap the major difference between S8 and S8+ is only the size, so that's up to u to choose if u prefer big one or small one

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  5. The RPP of S8 is now approximately Rm3300. In my opinion, the size of Samsung phone is always big enuf, so no point on getting S8+

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  6. Although the price is expensive, there are many telco and even store will be having promotion. So, u dun have to worry about it. Celcom will have a plan called easyphone , just check it out.

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  7. I believe that easyphone plan by celcom is abel to reduce financial burden of those who cant afford to buy the whole phone by using a lump sum. Paying by installment will always be a great deal.

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  8. I think buying from website like lazada is definitely cheaper than buying from telco companies

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  9. And if u purchase from telco companies, you will most likely be bind by contract for at least 1 year! Totally no freedom!

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  10. Got budget get S8+, bigger screen and better spec. Also longer battery life.
    Yeap, lazada offer seem not bad

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  11. Buying online is not secure enough, you won't know if they're really selling the genuine products anot. I'd rather choose to purchase from telco companies instead.

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  12. EasyPhone plan seems to be quite a good choice since we won't need to pay a lump sum but in an installment basis instead.

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    1. i guess that paying by installment is much more easier, and i can pay by using credit card.

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  13. Thank you for the suggestions given as it is very useful for me when making decision whether wan to buy the phone or not.

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