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512GB Galaxy Note 9 price revealed, base model storage is 128GB

A new report has brought some information about the different Galaxy Note 9 storage variants and their prices. It was rumored a few times that there’s going to be a 512GB Galaxy Note 9 and the report claims that it will indeed be available. Another interesting claim made is that the base model, which previously had 64GB of internal storage, will now have 128GB onboard.

That’s going to be a big step up for Samsung’s flagship phablet and its smartphone lineup as a whole. Customers will get considerable bang for their buck in the storage department but the prices mentioned in the report will likely make some customers think twice before purchasing the device.

512GB Galaxy Note 9 price

Previous rumors suggested that the 512GB Galaxy Note 9 would also feature 8GB of RAM. The report doesn’t mention anything about the RAM, only that there’s going to be a 512GB model which will be available in black or blue colors. The 512GB Galaxy Note 9 price in Europe will reportedly be 1250 euro ($1460).

The base model is the one that most customers will purchase. Samsung fans will be happy that it may feature 128GB of internal storage instead of 64GB. The Galaxy Note 8’s base model has 64GB storage as many of you will be well aware. It’s reportedly going to be available in black, blue and purple colors at launch in Europe for 1050 euro ($1230).

It goes without saying that these prices and color options are for the European market. Samsung may offer additional colors in other markets and the price will obviously vary by market depending on many factors.

The Galaxy Note 9 will be firmly beyond the $1000 threshold it seems. Even if the prices in your region aren’t an exact conversion of the figures mentioned above, you can expect the Galaxy Note 9 price to be in this range, give or take a few.

Do you think that the bigger battery, S Pen with new features, more storage, Bixby 2.0 and camera improvements are worth the price that Samsung may charge for the Galaxy Note 9?

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cuezone
cuezone

They will just as many as ever no matter the price. Most pay monthly and here in Canada I pay next tier plan and get it for 90 percent off and get credit for the rest over 2 years if I stay. Still ends up near the same either way but no upfront huge cost nor interest subsidizing on Fido here.

VIRGIN KLM
VIRGIN KLM

OMG This is so cheap I think I’m gonna buy 10 of them and give them to my friends too. NOT. Samsung you’re on drugs. What the **** is going on with these price tags? Do you really think you can sell enough units with those pricetags? You deserve a boycott.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Yes because everyone pays monthly!

TheTAMAS
TheTAMAS

But then, the unboxing video shows on the retail box that it’s a 64 GB variant!

GS7edge
GS7edge

The unboxing video is just a fake chinese clone

Bigsmoke79
Bigsmoke79

Yeah good luck with that 😂😂 Samsung never learn! remember last year Apple tried passing the £1k barrier with the iPhone X? if anyone pays that sort of money for a note 9, you need to have a look at yourself as in 12 months it will be half that price!

If your looking to buy one of these at launch do yourself a favour and just buy a Note 8 for half the price! and wait on the note 9 dropping like a stone as all Samsung phones do.

preime101
preime101

Breaking News!: one year old technology isn’t as expensive as it was at launch! In other news we can confirm that the Pope is Catholic…..
Btw, the Note 8 isn’t quite half price but around 65% of its original price.

Bigsmoke79
Bigsmoke79

Really? funny how my post has got 4 up votes so people agree with what I just posted and are sensible enough to realise Samsung are clearly trying to rob them of over £1k for not much of a upgrade over last years model.

Oh and on your breaking news post think you’ll find the Iphone isn’t any cheaper than it was 12 months ago after launch, were as the Samsung S9 is already cheaper by a large margin as it’s not selling as well as the S8

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

It’s just the way Samsung does business, unlike Google, Apple, Huawei etc. Samsung does MUCH more than just mobile technology – people rarely buy phones outright at £800+, people have been paying £35-£45 a month for a phone for years. its no different. my phone bill actually went DOWN from the S8+ to S9+. I am paying £32.33 for my S9+ where I was paying £33.65 for my S8+. Don’t forget that the S7 edge was a massive price drop from the S6 edge+. it differs, and the price regardless of the $1000 will be no bigger deal than when… Read more »

RoadRunner99
RoadRunner99

Yeah. Samsung’s ridiculous price tags are there to penalize early adopters. The rest of us buy Samsung when it’s 60-70% or the original retail price.

It’s just the way it is. If I were OK with stupid tech prices I’d be an Apple user by definition.

stondec
stondec

Pre-ordering the 512gb version of available unlocked for the USA market.

cobra21ro
cobra21ro

and here we are..phone are more expensive then laptops in 2018..who will pay 1500 for a phone ?..remember when the best phone used to be around 500 ?..and it was a lot of money.But now , 1500 ?

preime101
preime101

given the Note 9 has the same performance as a $1000 Laptop but squeezed into a small portable format $1500 doesn’t seem that far fetched. Infact you would be hard pressed to find a laptop that comes with a 512GB SSD drive for less than $1000.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

The S9+ came with a 128GB base storage in the UK with a 256GB variant released later. So it looks promising that 128GB is base storage for the Note9

fcaroll
fcaroll

Given how big the sales nubers are in smartphone tech, every year the money that companies like samsung earn should be enough to compensate the costs of new technologies. Actually the prices get higher and higher, so what? It’s just ridiculous that after years that there’s not something really new in the newer models compared to the older ones the prices still keep growing. It’s also ridiculous that we accept to pay that more money for basically nothing more. Given how relatively small the improvements are, the price should now get lower year after year. Ok more powerful cpu etc,… Read more »

bgpuccia2987
bgpuccia2987

Almost $1500 USD for the 512GB varient. Pricey.

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