Not too long ago, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Note 3 Neo, a smartphone that looks quite similar to the flagship phablet, but comes with a smaller screen and a little downgraded specifications.
Recently, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo in Germany, and will go on sale later this month for €579 (almost equal to $796).
It’s quite surprising that Samsung has priced the Galaxy Note 3 Neo so high, considering the fact that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can be found in between €500 to €520, so getting the Galaxy Note 3 Neo for €579 doesn’t make a lot of sense to me.
Obviously, the official retail price of the handset is usually lower than the suggested price, and Samsung could offer it the handset for a lower price when it hits the shelves, but it will still be close to the price of the flagship phablet. And spending a few extra bucks to get a better device makes more sense to me.
A similar situation was experienced a few days back when Samsung started taking pre-orders of the Galaxy Note 3 Neo in India, where it’s price at INR 38,990 (almost $625), which is again close to what the Galaxy Note 3 sells for.
Are you going to get the Galaxy Note 3 Neo or will you spend a few extra bucks to get the high-end Galaxy Note 3.
Source: Samsumg Germany