Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 looks to be one of the best phones on the market in 2017 and John Lewis is offering a great way to buy your new top of the range phone.
You can pre-order the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus directly from John Lewis now. If you do, you’ll get the phone up to eight days earlier than the official launch date.
That means you can be using your brand new phone before many other people have even seen it appear in shops around the country.
John Lewis also offers a two-year guarantee on tech purchases meaning if your product breaks down from no fault of your own, you’ll be able to get your money back or a replacement phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 offers a 5.8-inch QHD screen with an ultra slim bezel, a 12MP camera, top of the range internals, an iris scanner for improved security and a new voice assistant called Bixby.
There’s also the Galaxy S8 Plus, which comes with a 6.2-inch screen and a slightly larger battery.
If you haven’t upgraded your phone over the last two years, either of these are sure to be a major upgrade to the phone currently in your pocket.
Buying the Samsung Galaxy S8 from John Lewis also makes it easier than ever to get into virtual reality.
You can buy the new Gear VR headset at the same time as your phone so you can dive right into virtual reality experiences wherever you are. This time it even comes with a controller to offer better gaming.
Plus if you buy the new Samsung Gear 360 action camera, you’ll be able to film all angles around you, wherever you are.
There are lots of benefits to buying your phone SIM free too. You’ll be paying a lot less each month – especially when compared to buying the phone on contract – so John Lewis is the number one place to buy if you want the latest and greatest Samsung.
Getting your phone over a week early is a great benefit, but then there’s also the guarantee to protect your phone for when you need it most.
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