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Samsung and Dialog unveil all-new super powerful Galaxy Note9 ahead of market launch

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The all-new Samsung Galaxy Note9 exclusively unveiled for Dialog Club Vision Platinum customers ahead of the launch of the device in the local market. From left: Dialog Axiata General Manager – Club Vision and Priority Loyalty Program Sharmila Hamid, Samsung General Manager – Head of Mobile Business Shantha Fernando, Dialog Axiata Group Chief Customer Officer Sandra De Zoysa, Samsung Managing Director Hanbae Park, Dialog Axiata Group Chief Executive Supun Weerasinghe, Samsung Brand Ambassador Christina Peiris, Dialog Axiata Head of Device Business Ayomal Gunasekera and Samsung Director Mobile Business Yong-Keun Hwang


Samsung Sri Lanka, together with Dialog Axiata PLC, launched the latest flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy Note9, on 28 August. 

The exclusive event provided a unique opportunity for Dialog Club Vision Platinum customers to view, have a first-hand experience of the product and take home the spectacular Samsung Galaxy Note9, at a very attractive price ahead of the launch of the device in the local market, later this week. 

The landmark collaboration between Samsung and Dialog, will witness the powerful impact of joint synergies amongst the world’s largest manufacturer of smart devices and Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider. Together, the two eminent tech partners aspire to transform 

and deliver an unmatched experience for Sri Lankan Samsung device fans. Dialog Club Vision now in its 21st year, is Sri Lanka’s most prestigious loyalty programme extending a variety of exclusive offers and benefits to its loyal customers throughout the year. The Dialog Club Vision programme provides a personalised and unparalleled experience to customers across Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze tiers. 

Commenting on the occasion, Samsung Sri Lanka Managing Director Hanbae Park said: “The Note has always been our showcase for premium technology and industry-defining innovation, and Galaxy Note9 is no exception. It’s designed for a level of performance, power and intelligence that today’s power users want and need, Note fans are Samsung’s most loyal; we know they want it all, to get the most out of work and play, and Galaxy Note9 is the only phone that can keep up with their busy lives.”

The new, super powerful Samsung Galaxy Note9 is eagerly-awaited for its irresistible combination of advanced intelligence features and leading premium hardware, making it the best device on the market currently. 

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 boasts many features including a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, all-day battery, enhanced internal storage up to 1TB, camera with Artificial Intelligence capability, an upgraded the iconic S Pen stylus, with Bluetooth and fast charging capabilities – all of which make it a must-have for discerning premium smartphone users as one of the most powerful smartphones of 2018. 

Dialog Axiata PLC Group Chief Executive Supun Weerasinghe said: “We are pleased to partner Samsung to offer the very latest in technology innovations to Dialog subscribers.”

Dialog Axiata PLC Group Chief Customer Officer Sandra De Zoysa said, “Together with our partner Samsung, we offer our Dialog Club Vision customers this exclusive opportunity to own a Samsung Galaxy Note9 ahead of the rest of Sri Lanka, at unbeatable price points, including the redemption of Star Points and loyalty discounts on devices.”

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 will be available in 128GB and 512GB variants and will be priced at Rs. 162,990 and Rs. 203,990 respectively. The flagship smartphone is offered in three colours – Midnight Black, Ocean Blue and Metallic Copper. The device will be available at select Dialog Customer Experience Centres from 31 August onward.

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