Samsung has announced its new Samsung Galaxy Note9 Android Smartphone. Highlights of the latest Note model include a 6.4" 2960x1440 Infinity Display, 10nm processor with up to 8GB RAM, AKG stereo speakers, and a water-carbon cooling system. (This is a phone that's especially designed for mobile gaming, like Fortnite.)
The Note9 is available with 128GB storage for $999.99 or 512GB storage for $1,249.99. The best way to save on preorders — it's due for release on August 24 — is to consider trading in an older device. Current trade-in offers include:
T-Mobile: 50% off Galaxy Note9 with trade-in of eligible Samsung device (with 24 monthly bill credits)
Best Buy: Up to $450 off an unlocked Galaxy Note9 with trade-in of select smartphones
Samsung: Up to $450 off Galaxy Note9 (locked or unlocked) with trade-in of select smartphones
Alternatively, if you're a Sprint customer, you can score a 128GB Galaxy Note9 for $20.83/mo. with an 18-month Sprint Flex lease. (A $20.84/mo. credit will be applied within two billing cycles.) It'll also be released for Sprint two days earlier, on August 22.
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