Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note9 and it will be in stores on August 24 (thats two weeks from now). Pre-orders start today.
The Galaxy Note9 with 128GB storage (and 6GB RAM) will cost $999, the one with 512GB storage (and 8GB RAM) will be $1,250. The US is getting only the Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple color options.
It will be available on the major carriers: A&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and Xfinity. Youd be able to grab one from Samsung.com and major retailers: Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Walmart, Target, Sams Club and Straight Talk Wireless.
Best Buy is one to look out for, it promises up to $200 in savings with a “qualified activation”. Additional deals include “Buy 1, Get 1 free” with Verizon (plus a $100 discount).
On-contract prices for AT&T start at $31.66/mo (for 30 months). For Sprint it’s $33.33/mo (for 24 months). T-Mobile wants $280 up front and then it’s $30 a month for the 128GB model ($530 up front if you want 512GB). Verizon has two 24 month deals: $42/mo (128GB) and $52/mo (512GB).
If you pre-order (from August 10 to August 23), you may get a freebie (but there are limited quantities available). You can choose either a free pair of AKG noise canceling headphones ($300) or 15,000 Fortnite V-Bucks. You can have both for $99.
Brits are looking at 899 for the 128GB model and 1,099 for the 512GB one. Might Black as well as Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple colors will be available.
The conversion to euros is pretty straight forward – 999 for the 128GB Galaxy Note9 and 1,249 for the 512GB one.