Samsung opens up Galaxy Note9 pre-orders in United States

Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note9 on August 9. The date is a bit earlier than usual, but this is due to the poor Galaxy S9 performance on the market. The Korean company has just opened pre-orders (also called reservations) on its US website, sweetening the deal with $450 savings when you trade your current smartphone.

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Samsung does not specify this is the Galaxy Note9, but the visuals suggest this is indeed the phablet. You can enter name, email and ZIP code to reserve a unit for you. There are six options for carriers – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular or an unlocked device, meaning Samsung will offer the Note9 in the carriers’ offline stores as well.

The trade-in includes only four smartphone manufacturers – Samsung, Apple, LG, and Google, but can give you offers for over 35 phones, including a Galaxy S7 phone with a cracked screen. For example, if you want to switch from iPhone X or Galaxy S9+ to Galaxy Note9, the new phone will be $450 cheaper, but if you give up your 4,5-year old Galaxy S5, you’ll get a discount of only $150.

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is expected to have 6.4” Infinity Display with AMOLED panel. It will run on Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 and will have 6 GB RAM. There is a dual camera on the back, with one of them expected to be with variable aperture f/1.5-f/2.4. The fingerprint scanner makes its way below the camera setup, while the front keeps the iris scanner and 8 MP selfie camera with f/1.7 lens.


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