There has been a further Bt 1,000 knocked off the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Last month, the price of the Note 5, which is available SIM free, was slashed to just Bt 14,900.
Now, Thai retailer Jaymart are now selling Samsung’s popular phablet for Bt 13,900 in a bid to shift remaining stock prior to the release Galaxy Note 8.
The Note 8 is due to be officially unveiled on 23 August at an event in New York.
Last week, most details in full specs and image of the new handset were leaked online.
Despite being more than two years old the Galaxy Note 5 remains a viable option, especially for those in the market for an affordable Android powered smartphone.
Thanks to its hardware and Samsung’s ongoing software support the Note 5 still stands up against many other handsets in same price range.
To give you a reminder, the Note 5 includes a 5.7 inch Quad HD display and is powered by an Exynos 7420 processor, alongside 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.