We’re sure that many were pretty impressed with what Samsung had in store for us when they officially announced the Galaxy Note 9. If it was good enough to impress you to the point where you would buy it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the handset is now available for pre-order from carriers or directly through Samsung.


If you were to head down the direct path, Samsung is selling it on their website where the phone is priced at $1,000 for the base 128GB model, or if you need the extra space, the 512GB model will set you back $1,250. These prices are for the phone only which means that you’ll still need to get a plan for it.

For those who don’t mind buying it from carriers, there is the option of buying it from AT&T who has it priced at $1,000 for the base model, or alternative you can lock yourself into a 24-month contract at $33.34 a month in repayments. There is also Verizon who is offering repayments over 24 months at $41.66 per month, or T-Mobile who is offering $280 upfront and $30 a month repayments over 24 months, and Sprint.

Customers who pre-order the handset will be given a pair of free AKG noise cancelling headphones, or if you’re a Fortnite player you can opt to receive 15,000 V-bucks, or both for an extra $99.

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