Pre-orders for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 are now open in the United States. Note 9 will be officially launched in the international market on 9 August 2018. The South Korean smartphone giant has come up with a great exchange deal with the handset’s introduction. One can exchange their old Samsung, Apple, Google or LG smartphone for up to $450 off the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Sounds like a pretty good bargain, doesn’t it?
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Discount Offer
The lucrative offer is exclusively available for old LG, Google, Samsung and Apple devices only. It does cover some mainstream handsets like the Galaxy S7 and all the current Apple iPhones. Deal price may, however, differ according to the model’s popularity, price and specs. Customers will get $450 off the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in exchange for devices like iPhone X or Galaxy S9 Plus. The offer value can drop to as low as $150 for older, less popular handsets.
Galaxy Note 9 supports Android 8.1 with Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen. Storage variants presently available for pre-order are 64/128/256GB. Its massive screen size of 6.4 inches (104.0 cm2) easily makes the device a phablet. Not to mention the Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 processor and over 16 Million colours in the display. The Galaxy Note 9 has Non-removable Li-Ion 3850 mAh battery. An 8 MP selfie front camera with f/1.7 aperture graces the upper front side. Moreover, the device will sport dual cameras and an aluminium frame as well.
Customers have to enter their email, name and ZIP code to reserve a Galaxy unit for themselves. As Samsung mentions on their official website for smartphones, unlocked handsets will be available in stores soon. Furthermore, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular carrier options are open for pre-order for USA citizens.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 drew many disapproving reviews with its relatively poor performance. Many consider this the reason Note 9 is being launched earlier than Samsung’s usual year launch time. Will the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 compensate the performance flaws of its predecessors? Although the competition will surely be tough, chances are the Note 9 will bag a good position in the smartphone market.
Pre-order a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 today!