Galaxy Note 9 goes on sale today in 56 markets around the world
Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 9, is now available for purchase in 56 markets around the world. Samsung unveiled the Note 9 in New York City on August 9, and compared to previous flagships, this one hasn’t taken long to hit retail, probably because Samsung wants to make up for the lacklustre sales of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The phone is available in the the U.S., Canada, China, India, and all of Europe and Southeast Asia and will roll out to over 130 markets in the coming weeks.
Galaxy Note 9 goes on sale worldwide
The Galaxy Note 9 is Samsung’s costliest flagship yet, with $999 the starting price in most markets for the base model. But it’s also the company’s most impressive phone yet and is a no-brainer for anyone who can afford it. The Galaxy Note 9’s highlights include all-day battery life, an S Pen that comes with remote functionality thanks to built-in Bluetooth, the same stunning cameras as the Galaxy S9+, and a beautiful 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display. Of course, the fact that the base model comes with 128GB of internal storage is also great, and those buying the 512GB model can get up to 1 terabyte of total storage by buying a 512GB microSD card (though the price premium for that would be bonkers).
You can read our Galaxy Note 9 review if you’re undecided on whether or not you should buy the phone. Do tell us if you have one in your hands already, which color and storage variant you selected, and how you like the phone overall!