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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