It’s been a long wait, but now Samsung has finally released its latest flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. After sluggish and disappointing sales that were followed by the Galaxy s9, Samsung will hope that its latest flagship will do better in the smartphone market. And given the impressive numbers of sales achieved by the iPhone X for Apple Inc., it becomes even more important for Samsung that the Note 9 does well.
After the release of the smartphone, the process of Pre-ordering commenced August 10. As of now, the phone is ready for Pre-orders, and the phone can be ordered in three different colors, ranging from ocean blue, midnight black, and lavender purple.
Though the colors available give the customers a decent range of options, this isn’t the case with regards to the variants available for Pre-order. Right now, the higher end, the most premium variant of the Galaxy Note 9 – which features an 8GB RAM, and 512 GB of storage is not available for Pre-order. However, this might be subject to change over the course of the coming few days. It might also be possible that this particular variant won’t be at all available for Pre-order; it’s a guess enthusiast feel.
So as of now, the buyers of Note 9 only have the option for the more simpler variant of the smartphone – coming in with 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. However, don’t let the word ‘simpler’ cause you any sort of confusion. The ‘simpler’ variant is a lower end variant, but even this will come with a price tag of 129,999. Pre-order for the Note 9 is available right now at daraz.pk.
As an added incentive, a free 10,000 mAh power bank will come along with the Galaxy Note 9. However, such an incentive seems to be of very little significance when you compare the huge price tag that comes with the Note 9. The disappointment is huge especially when you consider the free products that are given out in different countries around the world if the phone is pre-ordered.