The much awaited smartphone for 2018 has been unveiled and it definitely does not disappoint. Samsung, has once again outdone itself with its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note9.
The device comes with a massive 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display and runs on a 2.8GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with either 128GB memory/6GB RAM or 512GB memory/8GB RAM configuration. There is a dual-camera configuration on the back with two 12-megapixel sensors and 4K video recording. In front, another 8-megapixel wide-angle sensor is available to capture selfies and make video calls.
Other notable features included in the Galaxy Note9 include a rugged frame, 4000mAh battery with built-in Qi wireless charging, a fingerprint scanner, an iris scanner, facial recognition, NFC, and S Pen functionality. Upon release, four colors are available. It also runs Android 8.1 Oreo OS upon unboxing.
After Samsung unveiled this smartphone, the major U.S. carriers wasted no time to announce the availability date and pricing for the Galaxy Note9. And unlike past smartphones, this year’s flagship from Samsung comes with a number of exciting deals.
Out of the four major U.S. carriers, T-Mobile was the first to announce Samsung Galaxy Note9 deal. As announced, you can get a 50% off discount when you buy the Galaxy Note9 and trade-in an eligible device. Without an accompanying trade-in, you will have to buy the phone for $ 999.99 for the blue or lavender 128GB variant. If you opt for the 512GB storage capacity, you will have to pay $ 1,249.99 for the phone.
Unlike T-Mobile’s 50% discount offer on the Galaxy Note9, Verizon has decided to switch things up by offering a BOGO deal. This means you can get two Galaxy Note9 for the price of one! With the same price as T-Mobile’s, we don’t know which one is a better deal. But you can get this phone with 24 monthly installments.
Following Verizon’s footsteps, AT&T has also unveiled a BOGO deal on the smartphone. The big difference though is that the device is available for 30 monthly installments under an AT&T Next plan.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is also up for grabs from Sprint via a 50% off discount with a Sprint Flex Lease. If you’re interested, you can also get this phone with Sprint’s Galaxy Forever program so you can upgrade to a different Galaxy model after your 12th Sprint Flex payment. Unlike the other carriers, however, Sprint is offering the 128GB capacity variant only.
Apart from the major carriers, the Galaxy Note9 will also be available on other prepaid carriers, such as U.S. Cellular and Xfinity Mobile. You can also opt for an unlocked Galaxy Note9, which you can purchase at Samsung’s website. It will be on sale starting August 24th.