Now that the Galaxy Note 9 is official, you're only hours away from ordering the shiny new phone. Note 9 includes aa short and a slightly larger display.
There are also two memory options this year: 128 GB or a whopping 512 GB. With a larger battery, the 9 note seems to be a sure-fire hit when it's for sale.
When can I buy it?
Pre-orders for Note 9 will begin on Friday, August 10 at 12:01 ET. Orders will begin two weeks later, on August 24, the same day that store availability begins.
In which colors does it come in?
There's a new ocean blue color, complete with the yellow S Pen that we've seen teasing Samsung for the past month. There are also lavender purple, copper and black color options. In the US, however, only purple and blue are available.
How much is it?
Samsung lists the 128 GB note 9 at $ 999 and the 512 GB version at $ 1,250 in the US. Note, however, that each carrier can set its own price for the 9th grade. I will point out the price differences below.
Are there any promotions?
Beyond Samsung's and Carrier's standard trade-in offerings, Samsung offers those who pre-rated 9 a choice of 15,000 V-Bucks for Fornite or a free pair of noise-canceling AKG headphones. Pony an extra $ 99 and you can get both. Read more about the promotion here.
You can pre-order the Note 9 Samsung.com or the Shop Samsung App on an Android device. Samsung's trade-in program offers up to $ 450 discount on a new Note 9. You can receive a Samsung quote during pre-order.
You can buy Verizon's 128GB Note 9 for $ 41.66 per month, or $ 52.08 per month for the 512GB model for a total of 24 months. The full price is $ 999 or $ 1,249.
Verizon is offering a Buy-One-Get-One (BOGO) deal for new customers – start a service line and earn a 128GB Note 9 and get a free 9, S9 or S9 Plus.
AT & T
Through AT & T's Next program, the carrier offers the 128GB model for $ 33.34 per month for 30 months. It's $ 41.67 for the 521GB model over the same time. The total price is $ 999 or $ 1,249.
AT & T also performs a BOGO action on Note 9, with the second device option being Grade 9, S9, or S9 Plus.
Sprint promises to deliver the grade 9 from August 22nd two days earlier than other carriers. New customers pay $ 20.83 a month for the 128GB Note 9, with an upgrade every 12 months. Price details for existing customers and the 512 GB model are not available.
For selected Samsung trade-ins, T-Mobile will receive a $ 500 discount on the 9 mark, essentially a 50 percent discount. Anything newer than a Galaxy S7 ($ 292 on Amazon.com) or Note 5 will be eligible for full credit. Older Samsung devices such as the Galaxy S6 ($ 223 at Amazon.com) are eligible for a $ 250 discount.
The 128GB model costs $ 30 per month after $ 280 Dollar, the 512 GB Note 9 price is $ 30 per month after $ 529. The total price is $ 999 or $ 1,249.
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